What Breed of Animal?

October 1960
Time;10/10/1960, Vol. 76 Issue 15, p106
The article reports on the downtrend at the U.S. stock market. It notes that the trend continues the decline of the past week's bearish performance ensued by the heavy sell-off from the Dow Jones industrial average in the three days of heavy trading. It reveals that the Dow Jones industrial average helps give a daily reflection of the market's volatility, but fails to show accurately the actual long-term fate of many stocks.


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