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Yields Of The Dow Jones Industrial

Here is current overview of long-term yields from the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Since 1926, the Dow Jones realized a total growth of 6.534 percent or roughly 11 percent yearly. Dividends of the Dow Jones increased by 4.906 percent or 10.7 percent yearly. The payout ratio of the Dow Jones was in average 58.48 percent, P/E ratio was 18.63. Price to book was 2.1 historically. As of today, we see an average dividend-yield of the Dow Jones of 2.8 percent. 5-Year Treasuries yielding at 1.42 percent and 10-Year Treasuries at 2.61 percent. From 1920 to the late 1950s, the Dow Jones yield was higher than the 10-Year yield almost all of the time. In the 60s, 70s, and early 80s, the reading trended significantly lower, but since then the reading has been trending higher.


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Stock Yields as of August 31, 2010





Dow Jones Dividend-Yield minus 10-Year Treasuries since 1920:









Here is the historical yield list of the Dow Jones:





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