The 6 Most Expensive Stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average: Part 1 of 5
When the Dow Jones Industrial Average first hit 20,000 in January of this year it generated quite a buzz within the financial community. Since January the Dow Jones Index has continued to rise and currently is over 22,700. However, the Dow Jones is not the only market index that is currently sitting at or near all-time highs. The broader S&P 500 index is also at a historic peak.
FAST Graphs Analyze Out Loud Valuation Analysis
This video will present a quick overview of each of these Dow constituents based primarily on price relative to earnings and cash flow. However, for certain constituents I will also evaluate several other metrics. For any reader concerned with the current valuation of the stock market, this video and the subsequent 4 videos that follow in future articles are must watches. Furthermore, although I will be only providing a cursory, or a pre-more comprehensive due diligence analysis, I believe you will find the video enlightening and hopefully entertaining.
Disclosure: Long CVX,V,BA,XOM,MCD at the time of writing.
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