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Dow Jones 30 Stocks List [2019 Update]


Updated June 6th, 2019 By Nick McCullum
Spreadsheet data updated weekly on Wednesdays

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is an index of 30 large cap stocks that was first calculated in 1896.

The index was originally focused on industrial stocks, but currently contains 30 businesses from a variety of sectors and industries. The Dow is typically used as a gauge of the broader market.

The Dow Jones is one of the two main large-cap indices in the United States (along with the S&P 500 Index) and is a great place to look for blue-chip investment ideas.

With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of all 30 Dow Jones stocks that you can access below:

 

The Excel document available for download above contains the following financial metrics for each stock in the index:

You can view a preview of the spreadsheet below:

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All Dow Jones 30 Companies

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is comprised of just 30 securities chosen by S&P Dow Jones Indices. There are no strict rules for inclusion or changes to the index. In general, the Dow 30 are high-quality blue-chip securities.

All Dow 30 stocks are listed below in alphabetical order by ticker. Click on the links below to download our newest Sure Analysis Research Database report for each of the Dow 30 companies.

  1. Apple (AAPL)
  2. American Express (AXP)
  3. The Boeing Company (BA)
  4. Caterpillar (CAT)
  5. Cisco (CSCO)
  6. Chevron (CVX)
  7. The Walt Disney Company (DIS)
  8. Dow, Inc. (DOW) [Analysis coming soon]
  9. Goldman Sachs (GS)
  10. Home Depot (HD)
  11. IBM (IBM)
  12. Intel (INTC)
  13. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)
  14. JP Morgan Chase (JPM)
  15. Coca-Cola (KO)
  16. McDonald’s (MCD)
  17. 3M (MMM)
  18. Merck & Company (MRK)
  19. Microsoft (MSFT)
  20. Nike (NKE)
  21. Pfizer (PFE)
  22. Procter & Gamble (PG)
  23. The Travelers Companies (TRV)
  24. UnitedHealth Group (UNH)
  25. United Technologies (UTX)
  26. Visa (V)
  27. Verizon (VZ)
  28. Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA)
  29. Walmart (WMT)
  30. Exxon Mobil (XOM)

The “Dogs Of The Dow”

The “Dogs of the Dow” investing strategy consists of investing in the 10 highest yielding stocks in the Dow.

These stocks are considered “dogs” because they have higher yields and therefore are likely to be cheaper. Cheaper stocks may be considered “dogs” versus high-flying growth stocks with lofty valuations.

Using the downloadable spreadsheet in this article, the 10 Dogs Of The Dow now in order by yield from highest to lowest are:

  1. International Business Machines Corp. (IBM): 4.7%
  2. Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM): 4.5%
  3. Verizon Communications: 4.3%
  4. Chevron Corp. (CVX): 3.9%
  5. 3M Company (MMM): 3.4%
  6. Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (WBA): 3.3%
  7. Pfizer Inc. (PFE): 3.3%
  8. The Coca-Cola Company (KO): 3.1%
  9. Caterpillar Inc. (CAT): 2.8%
  10. Procter & Gamble (PG): 2.7%

You can see detailed analysis on The Dogs Of The Dow by reading this article: Dogs Of The Dow: The 10 Highest Yielding Dow 30 Stocks Now.

Recent Constituent Changes To The Dow 30

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is compiled by S&P Dow Jones Indices. The constituents of the Dow change from time to time.

The most recent constituent change occurred on April 2nd, 2019, when Dow Inc. (DOW) replaced DowDuPont (DWDP).

Before that, the most recent change was on June 26th, 2018, when Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) replaced long-time Dow Jones stalwart General Electric (GE).

Changes to the Dow occur relatively rarely, at a frequency of less than 1 per year on average. There have been only 7 changes to the Dow Jones 30 since 2009.

Final Thoughts & Further Reading

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is one of the most widely followed market benchmarks around. But it’s not the only place to find quality blue chip stocks. Take a look at the stock lists below for more:

We also maintain downloadable spreadsheets that divide the stock market by sectors. You can access these sheets below:

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