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Dow Jones Industrial Average History

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Bear signal #01 on Apr 17, 1953 was the first time the Dow fell below the Mid-term Indicant red curve. This was the first year of president Eisenhower's administration. The Indicant balance was at $747,749, exceeding buy and hold of $41,135 for a performance advantage of 1,717.8% over buy and hold since 1900.

 

As you can see, newly elected President Truman enjoyed four consecutive years of a bullish stock market.

The FDR induced secular bear of 19+years finally ended. President Truman benefited from a new war with Korea. At that time, the general perception was another world war may indeed break out.

Juan T. Trippe, founder of Pan American Airways and InterContinental Hotels, shrunk the earth. He was the first to rapidly expand the use of jet engines for commercial applications.. As people traveled the world, more personal relationships developed. Friends became friends within many corners. With that, there is less chance of another world war. In essence, a business person has more to do with peace than the politically minded and related egomania.

 

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