Dollar Cost Averaging is something I learning as a child, so is Compound Interest. Yet, for many of us, including me, investing is a black hole where we put our retirement savings and hope for the best.
This week we are examining the founder of the Wall Street Journal, Charles Dow, and his Theory. He has an interesting story, more well spoken then most. And as the founder of the Wall Street Journal, he clearly formulated his ideas so that every person could understand. In today’s environment for investing we could use a man like him again. That’s why we are considering his work.
Because his work isn’t read-ily accessible, we will use second sources to glimpse the man and his Theory.
Please read: http://www.fool.com/DDow/HistoryOfTheDow3.htm As you reach the bottom of each page, you’ll notice a “continue” bottom, please click to advance the read.
To learn more about the man please click: Charles Dow, the M
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