Dow Theory

The Dow theory is an investment theory which states that two interlinked indexes will confirm each other and that only when they do can a trend be established as fact.

This theory was established by Charles H. Dow and was originally based on the relationship between the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Dow Jones Transportation Average indexes.

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