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Beat the Dow

To perform better than the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Many money managers are rated on their ability to beat the Dow with the portfolios they manage. Beating the averages may also refer to the performance of individual securities. See also: Manager Universe (Benchmark), Market outperform.
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i], beating the Dow by 7% and the S&P 500 by 3%.
After beating the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Standard & PoorOs 500 Index in 2011, Boeing has lagged behind both U.
No point in beating the Dow Jones if your retirement is in Mumbai.
The strategy was developed after I read Beating the Dow by Michael O'Higgins who suggests that the compound rate of growth to be made by investing in blue chips can be staggering.
From 1982 through 1998," says Burke, "the Dow Jones industrials gained nearly 19% per year A `quality buyback strategy' using the companies meeting all of our criteria would have gained 21% per year during this period, beating the Dow 12 out of 17 years, with no negative years.
They're also beating the Dow Jones industrial average, Nasdaq Composite and the Daily News/Bloomberg Index with returns ranging from 15 percent to 20 percent in three months.
Jordan Kimmel, Managing Member of Magnet Management LLC, and general partner of the Magnet Fund LP, has developed the MAGNET[R] Stock Selection Strategy, subject of the widely acclaimed book, Magnet[R] Investing, which includes an introduction by John Downes, co-author of Beating the Dow.
Jordan Kimmel, Managing Member of Magnet Management LLC, and general partner of the Magnet Fund LP, has developed the MAGNET(R) Stock Selection Strategy, subject of the widely acclaimed book, Magnet(R) Investing, which includes an introduction by John Downes, co-author of Beating the Dow.
Kimmel's, book, Magnet Investing, now in its second edition, includes an introduction by John Downes, co-author of Beating the Dow.