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Note: Rather than being called the Dow, Dow Jones or Dow 30, in spread betting and CFD trading, the Dow is often called 'Wall Street' or the 'US 30'.


Dow Jones Prices


Indicative Dow Jones prices:











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Stock Market Index Comparison


A stock market index comparison table covering the Dow Jones (Wall St) and other popular markets:

FTSE 100 (UK 100) Daily - Spread Size 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
FTSE 100 (UK 100) Daily - Min Stake £1 £0.50 £2 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1
FTSE 100 (UK 100) Future - Spread Size 4 4-8 6 4 3 4 4 4
FTSE 100 (UK 100) Future - Min Stake £1 £0.50 £2 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1
Dow Jones (Wall St) Daily - Spread Size 1 1 2 1 2-4 1 1 2
Dow Jones (Wall St) - Min Stake £1 £0.50 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1
DAX 30 Daily - Spread Size 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
DAX 30 Daily - Min Stake £1 £0.50 £2 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1
S&P 500 Daily - Spread Size 3 4 5 3 5 3 3 8
S&P 500 Daily - Min Stake £1 £0.50 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1^
NASDAQ 100 Future - Spread Size 3 4-10 4 3 4 3 3 4
NASDAQ 100 Future - Min Stake £1 £0.50 £4 £1 £1 £1 £1 £1
Comparison Notes.


Where Can I Spread Bet on the Dow Jones?


You can speculate on the Dow Jones, as well as the FTSE 100 and other stock market indices, with providers like:

US Stock Market Analysis and Trading News


Date Trading Update
02-Sep-14 [4:13pm] US indices remain within easy distance of their all-time highs, helped on their way by a double dose of manufacturing data.

The final August Markit PMI was only fractionally lower, while the ISM reading smashed expectations, holding the market steady after an uncertain start.

Morgan Stanley has come out with a suitably bullish prediction for the S&P 500, calling it at 3000 by 2020, but in the here and now further progress this week is likely to be difficult ahead of the ECB and Non-Farms.

August was a good month for US equities, but historically September can be disappointing.

A further burst of positive numbers could ensure that September 2014 bucks that trend.

Update by Chris Beauchamp, Market Analyst, IG Index
02-Sep-14 [3:35pm] US Stock Markets

US markets returned from their long weekend with the S&P opening at a new record high on optimism that this week's economic data will confirm that the US recovery is on track.

M&A remains in the spotlight after Dollar General upped its bid for Family Dollar to $80 per share, up from its original $78.50, and also higher than Dollar Tree's $74.50 bid.

Also in the news, Apple is in focus on the back of reports that its online storage service iCloud might have been hacked.

More worryingly it is claimed that some of these files had been deleted, and yet they still appeared online.

The share price doesn't seem to be too concerned, hitting new record highs ahead of next week's launch.

I've always had my doubts about the security robustness of cloud based services and incidents such as this simply reinforce those concerns.

We need to be confident that when we put personally sensitive material online, in the Cloud, including payment information, that it is safe from potential breaches.

These companies need to do more to assuage concerns that our personal data is not only safe but that when we delete it, it stays deleted and cannot be recovered.

As far as economic data is concerned the latest ISM manufacturing report for August came in ahead of expectations at 59, while new orders hit their highest levels in 10 years, further raising the prospect that interest rate rises could come sooner rather than later.

Update by Michael Hewson, Senior Market Analyst, CMC Markets
02-Sep-14 [10:28am] Alibaba is gearing up for its stock market listing which could be as soon as 18 September.

Our grey market suggests a market capitalisation of $214 billion, up 4% from yesterday as the IPO looms.

In the US, we are expecting the Dow Jones to open higher after being shut yesterday due to Labor Day.

We are calling the Dow up 34 points at 17,132.

Update by David Madden, Market Analyst, IG Index
02-Sep-14 [10:15am] Having come off their best August performance in 14 years, US markets look set to return from their labour day holiday weekend in optimistic mood ahead of another big week for economic announcements.

Investors are focussing on the prospects of an improving US economy, starting today with the latest ISM manufacturing survey for August which, given last week's blow out Chicago PMI number, might be similarly positive.

Expectations don't appear to be factoring this in though, with a slight slowdown expected from 57.1 to 56.8.

The latest Markit PMI manufacturing survey is also due out and is expected to remain unchanged at 58.

The Dow Jones is expected to open 34 points higher at 17,132, whilst the S&P 500 is expected to open 4 points higher at 2,007.

Update by Michael Hewson, Senior Market Analyst, CMC Markets
02-Sep-14 [8:05am]

Dow Jones Daily Trading News

  • The Dow Jones is currently trading at 17,128.
  • Overnight, the market closed up 19pts (0.11%) at 17,097.
30 Minute Analysis

Rising Stock Market The stock market index is currently above the 20 period MA of 17,102.2 and above the 50 period MA of 17,094.8.

1 Day Analysis

Rising Stock Market The stock index is currently above the 20DMA of 16,863.8 and above the 50DMA of 16,885.5.

Update by Gordon Childs, Editor, CleanFinancial
02-Sep-14 [7:27am] US indices gained last Friday helped by shares in the Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment, Utilities and Telecommunication Services sectors.

The S&P 500 (2003.37) remains above its 20 DMA (1963.3 - positive slope), and its 50 DMA (1966.3 - positive slope).

The market was closed on Monday for Labor Day.

European markets are expected to start on a negative note.

Update by InterTrader
02-Sep-14 [7:27am] Dow Jones Technical Analysis (30 mins chart)
  • Dow Jones pivot point: 17020
  • Our preference: Long positions above 17020 with targets @ 17135 & 17185 in extension.
  • Alternative scenario: Below 17020 look for further downside with 16960 & 16895 as targets.
Comment: The RSI is above its neutrality area at 50%.

Update by InterTrader
02-Sep-14 [6:05am] Stock markets remain jittery this morning, with Europe set to open fairly flat.

With no cues from the US after the Labor Day holiday, European traders have been left to weigh up geopolitical tinder boxes on the one hand and possible ECB gift boxes on the other.

With Russian troops allegedly crossing the border and the Ukrainian Defence Minister claiming that a 'great war' is coming, markets should be tumbling.

However, the perversity of bad news is good if it leads to quantitative easing from the ECB got another boost yesterday following yet more weak economic data in the form of Manufacturing PMIs.

When markets are in this awkward period of stasis, it feels like something big is about to shove them one way or the other.

So if you see Putin going shirtless or Mario Draghi bulk buying paper, that could be a good hint to get positioned either way.

Amid a quiet trading session, with volumes more than 30% lower than last month's average, the FTSE 100 rose by just 7 points to 6824.

The price action was dominated by a rise for BAE Systems and rumours that ITV is to be the subject of a takeover.

At the other end of the scale, Tesco was under pressure after being in the spotlight lately for 'the lack of strategy'.

Update by Jonathan Sudaria, Market Dealer, Financial Spreads
02-Sep-14 [4:53am] The Dow Jones futures market was closed due to the market holiday in the US.

Update by PipTrade
01-Sep-14 [10:25am] Updated Dow Jones COT Report

The latest COT Report (Commitments of Traders) for the Dow Jones futures market has been released by the CFTC, please see our Dow Jones COT report below.

Readers should note that we have also updated our Stock Market COT Summary Report.

Update by Gordon Childs, Editor, CleanFinancial
01-Sep-14 [9:57am] US markets closed out last week on a positive note and the expected selloff in anticipation of today's Labor Day holiday never materialised.

This should bode well for the start of Tuesday's trading.

Update by Alastair McCaig, Market Analyst, IG Index
01-Sep-14 [8:24am]

Dow Jones Daily Trading Analysis

  • The Dow Jones is currently trading at 17,078.
  • Overnight, the market closed down -36pts (-0.21%) at 17,078.
30 Minute Indicator Analysis

Falling Stock Market The stock market is below the 20 period MA of 17,092.8 and below the 50 period MA of 17,094.6.

1 Day Indicator Analysis

Rising Stock Market The stock market is above the 20 DMA of 16,828.7 and above the 50 DMA of 16,879.3.

Update by Gordon Childs, Editor, CleanFinancial
01-Sep-14 [7:25am] Dow Jones Technical Analysis (30 mins chart)
  • Dow Jones pivot point: 17020
  • Our preference: Long positions above 17020 with targets @ 17150 & 17185 in extension.
  • Alternative scenario: Below 17020 look for further downside with 16960 & 16895 as targets.
Comment: The RSI is bullish and calls for further upside.

Update by InterTrader
01-Sep-14 [7:25am] US indices gained last Friday helped by shares in the Semiconductors & Semiconductor Equipment, Utilities and Telecommunication Services sectors.

The S&P 500 (2003.37) remains above its 20 DMA (1963.3 - positive slope), and its 50 DMA (1966.3 - positive slope).

US markets are closed on Monday for Labor Day.

European markets are expected to start on a negative note.

Update by InterTrader

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Where Can I Find Live Spread Betting Prices and Charts for the Dow Jones?


We do show indicative Dow Jones spread betting prices, please see above.

The CFD chart below also offers readers a helpful look at the US stock market index.


The Plus500 chart above is usually based on the Dow Jones futures contract (not the daily market).

If you want to check live spread betting prices and charts for the Dow, you may need a financial spread betting account.

A spreads account would also let you speculate on short-term daily Dow Jones markets. Users should note that accounts are normally subject to suitability, credit and status checks.

Should your application be approved then you can log on and study the charts and the current prices. These are normally free. Having said that, you might get the occasional sales letter or email from the spread trading company.

Of course, if you do trade then, before starting, you should note that CFD trading and financial spread trading carry a high degree of risk to your funds and can result in losses that are greater than your initial investment.

Advanced Charts for the Dow Jones


Although charting software/packages can vary across the industry, to help your analysis of the Dow Jones, they often come with useful tools like:
  • Drawing features and options e.g. Trendlines, Fibonacci Arcs, Fans and Time Zones
  • Different display options e.g. candlestick charts and bar charts
  • A host of different time periods e.g. 1 minute, 3 minute, 5 minute, 15 minute, 1 hour, 1 day etc.

Charts on the Financial Spreads platform also include advanced features like:
  • BackTesting, Custom Indicators and Optimisation functions
  • Helpful overlays e.g. Ichimoku Clouds, Parabolic SAR, EMA, Envelopes etc.
  • Technical indicators e.g. Williams %R, True Strength (TSI), Chaikin's Volatility, Aroon, Forecast Oscillator, Price and Volume Trend, Linear Regression etc.
  • Automatic email notifications that trigger when a market hits a pre-set level

Sample Dow Jones chart from Financial Spreads

Dow Jones Trading Guide - Example Chart


The following financial spread betting firms give account holders access to real time trading prices and charts:

Dow Jones Index Commitments of Traders Report - 26 Aug 2014 (i)


Futures Only Positions, CBT , Code 124603, (DJIA Index x $5) (i)

Reporting Firms (i) Non-Reportable Positions (i)
Non-Commercial (i)
Commercial (i) Total Reportable (i)
 
Commitments (i) Open (i) Interest Commitments
Long (i) Short (i) Spreads (i) Long Short Long Short Long Short
36,132 30,626 1,190 67,598 72,658 104,920 104,474 121,836 16,916 17,362
 
Changes from 19 Aug 2014 (i) Change in (i) Open Interest Changes from
Long Short Spreads Long Short Long Short Long Short
8,144 113 726 2,879 8,111 11,749 8,950 10,548 -1,201 1,598
 
Percent of Open Interest for Each Category of Trader
Long Short Spreads Long Short Long Short   Long Short
29.7% 25.1% 1.0% 55.5% 59.6% 86.1% 85.7%   13.9% 14.3%
 
Number of Traders in Each Category (i) Total (i) Traders  
Long Short Spreads Long Short Long Short    
29 32 5 36 23 66 59 114    
 
Long/Short Commitments Ratios (i)   Long/Short Ratio
Ratio   Ratio Ratio   Ratio
1.2:1   1:1.1 1:1   1:1
 
Net Commitment Change (i)  
8,031  

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Spread Betting on Individual Dow Jones Companies


Simply click on the company you're interested in spread betting on. As well as indicative prices and charts, we talk you through the most popular spread betting questions on that Dow 30 company:
  • Where can I spread bet?
  • How to spread bet on that American company?
  • Where can I trade commission free?
  • Etc
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About the Dow Jones


The Dow Jones Industrial Average, often referred to as the Dow, Dow 30 or Dow Jones, is one of the world's most well known markets.

The Dow represents a selection of thirty of the biggest American public companies. It's used to measure the performance of these corporations whilst also reflecting the state of the American economy and, to a degree, the world economy.

In spread betting and CFD trading, rather than being called the Dow, Dow Jones or Dow 30 it is often called 'Wall Street' or the 'US 30'.


Dow Jones Spread Betting: Firms with High Share Prices are the Most Important


If you want to profit from trading the FTSE 100, the biggest corporations are the most important. Because of the way the FTSE 100 index is weighted, movements in the share prices of the largest corporations affect the FTSE 100 index more than price movements in the shares of smaller companies.

Trading the Dow Jones However, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is not 'price weighted'. This means that a one point increase or decrease by any share in the index will have the same effect as a one point increase or decrease of any other share.

As of April 2012, share prices on the DJIA range from around $8-9 (Bank of America and Alcoa) to almost $210 (IBM).

So, a 10% shift in IBM's share price (around $21) would account for a large movement in the Dow Jones index (around 160 points).

However, a 10% shift in Bank of America's share price (around $0.90) would only lead to a very small change in the Dow Jones (around 7 points). This isn't because IBM is a bigger corporation, it is because IBM's share price is much higher.

The other high value shares to watch out for in the Dow Jones are, as of April 2012, Caterpillar, Chevron and McDonalds.


Dow Jones Stock Market Index: Different Trading Times


The Dow is based on Wall Street however, not all 30 companies that make up the DJIA are based on America's East coast.

So, when the Dow Jones opens for trading, the value is determined only by the relatively few companies that open first. The opening price on the Dow will therefore always be close to the previous day's closing price.

As a result, the Dow Jones will never accurately reflect the true opening prices of all its companies.

If you are looking to trade on the Dow Jones, you need to be very careful when you open your position. Whilst the FTSE 100 might 'hit the ground running' with all companies opening at the same time, the Dow Jones doesn't work in the same way. Investors should monitor opening and closing prices so they can be confident of opening a position at the right time.


Dow Jones Spread Betting: Know the Shares


One of the advantages of trading the Dow Jones is that there are only 30 corporations in the index. Therefore it's easier to keep an eye on each of the component companies and what's happening to their share price.

Some traders believe that it is good practice to have a number of shares that you regularly follow. The aim of this is to get to know these shares and become familiar with their price movements.

Keeping tabs on all FTSE 100 companies is tough, it's hard to know exactly what is happening to all the shares at any given time. However, watching 30 Dow Jones stocks is more manageable. You can get to know each company's typical share movements and that can help you forecast where the Dow Jones will head next.
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Where Can I Spread Bet on the Dow Jones for Free?


Speculating on the stock market always comes with a degree of risk. However, if you would like to use a Demo Account, that allows you to practice spread betting on a wide range of markets, please see below for further details.

When you think about which investment option is right for you, don't forget that, in the UK, financial spread betting is currently tax free*.

If you are trying to find a low cost financial spread betting website then keep in mind that you can trade the Dow Jones without having to pay any commissions or brokers' fees through companies such as:

Free Demo Account


If you would like to use a Demo Account where you are able to try out online spread betting, and speculating on markets like GBP/USD, gold, the FTSE 100 and the Dow Jones, then look at: Each of the spread betting companies listed above offer a Test Account which lets users apply a range of trading orders, test new trading ideas and review stock market charts.




How to Spread Bet on the Dow Jones

How to Spread Bet on the Dow Jones?


As with a wide variety of financial markets, investors can spread bet on indices, like the Dow Jones, to either rise or fall.

If you go to the Financial Spreads platform, you can see that they have priced the Dow Jones Rolling Daily market at 13343.0 - 13345.0. This means that an investor could put a spread bet on the Dow Jones index:

  Dow Jones Spread Betting Example Moving above 13345.0, or
  Dow Jones Trading Example Moving below 13343.0

When you spread bet on the Dow Jones index you trade in £x per point, where a point is one point of the index itself. As a result, if you invested £4 per point and the Dow Jones moves 26 points then that would be a difference to your profit/loss of £104. £4 per point x 26 points = £104.

Rolling Daily Indices Markets

This is a Rolling Daily Market which means that there is no set settlement date for this market. You do not have to close your position, should it still be open at the end of the trading day, it simply rolls over to the next trading day.

If you do let your position roll over into the next day and are spread betting on the market to:

  Dow Jones Trading Example Go higher - then you are charged a small overnight financing fee, or
  Dow Jones Trading Example Go lower - then a small payment is normally credited to your account

For more information see Rolling Daily Spread Betting.


Dow Jones Index - Rolling Daily Trading Example


Now, if you think about the spread of 13343.0 - 13345.0 and assume that:
  • You have analysed the indices markets, and
  • You think that the Dow Jones index will increase and move above 13345.0
Then you may go long of the market at 13345.0 and invest, for example, £5 per point.

Therefore, with this trade you make a profit of £5 for every point that the Dow Jones index moves higher than 13345.0. However, it also means you will lose £5 for every point that the Dow Jones market moves below 13345.0.

Considering this from another angle, if you were to buy a spread bet then your P&L is worked out by taking the difference between the final price of the market and the initial price you bought the spread at. You then multiply that price difference by the stake.

Therefore, if after a few days the US stock market moved higher then you might think about closing your trade and guaranteeing your profits.

Taking this a step further, if the stock market did go up then the spread might change to 13380.4 - 13382.4. You would close your spread bet by selling at 13380.4. As a result, with the same £5 stake your profit would be calculated as:

P&L = (Closing Price - Initial Price) x stake
P&L = (13380.4 - 13345.0) x £5 per point stake
P&L = 35.4 x £5 per point stake
P&L = £177.00 profit

Trading the American stock market is not simple. In the above example, you had bet that the US index would rise. Of course, the stock market can fall.

If, contrary to your expectations, the Dow Jones fell, then you might decide to close your trade to stop any further losses.

So if the spread pulled back to 13313.1 - 13315.1 you would close your position by selling at 13313.1. This would result in a loss of:

P&L = (Closing Price - Initial Price) x stake
P&L = (13313.1 - 13345.0) x £5 per point stake
P&L = -31.9 x £5 per point stake
P&L = -£159.50 loss

Note - Dow Jones Rolling Daily spread quoted as of 11-Sep-12.


How to Trade Dow Futures

How to Trade Dow Futures


Looking at a site like InterTrader, we can see they are currently offering the Dow Jones December Futures market at 13408 - 13414. This means an investor could speculate on the Dow Jones index:

  Dow Jones Futures Trading Example Closing above 13414, or
  Dow Jones Futures Trading Example Closing below 13408

On the expiry date for this 'December' market, 21-Dec-12.

As with the daily market above, you trade the Dow Futures in £x per point. So if your stake is £5 per point and the Dow moves 27 points then that would make a difference to your profits (or losses) of £135. £5 per point x 27 points = £135.


Dow Jones Futures Trading Example


If we take the above spread of 13408 - 13414 and make the assumptions that:
  • You have done your analysis of the American futures market, and
  • Your analysis suggests the US index will settle above 13414 by 21-Dec-12
Then you could decide to buy the market at 13414 and risk, for the sake of argument, £2 per point.

With this contract you make a gain of £2 for every point that the US index moves higher than 13414. Nevertheless, you will make a loss of £2 for every point that the Dow Jones market goes lower than 13414.

Put another way, with spread trading, your profits (or losses) are worked out by taking the difference between the closing price of the market and the price you bought the market at. You then multiply that price difference by the stake.

So, if on the expiry date, the Dow Jones closed at 13488, then:

Profit / loss = (Closing Value - Opening Value) x stake
Profit / loss = (13488 - 13414) x £2 per point stake
Profit / loss = 74 x £2 per point stake
Profit / loss = £148 profit

Of course trading the American stock market futures is rarely that straightforward. In the above example, you wanted the Dow to rise. Of course, the stock market index could fall.

If the futures had fallen and settled at 13334 on the expiry date, then you would end up losing this trade.

Profit / loss = (Closing Value - Opening Value) x stake
Profit / loss = (13334 - 13414) x £2 per point stake
Profit / loss = -80 x £2 per point stake
Profit / loss = -£160 loss

Note - Dow Jones December Futures market taken as of 27-Sep-12.


Risk Management: Spread Betting on the US Stock Market with a Stop Loss


You can put a limit on the size of your position to help reduce your potential losses without impacting your upside. You can also employ smaller stake sizes such as £1 per point or $1 per point.

Letís say you spread bet on the Dow to go up, with a £1 per point stake and attach a Stop Loss order to your trade. If the US stock market goes up by 120 points then you would make 120 points x £1 per point = £120.

You are also able to trade the markets in Euros and Dollars. If you want to trade in dollars then 120 points x $1 per point = $120.

Of course if the market went against you, dropping by say 90 points, then with a £1 stake you would lose 90 points x £1 per point = £90.

Obviously this would be a fairly poor start. However, with firms like Financial Spreads you can add a Stop Loss at let's say, 30 points.

If you were trading the Dow this would mean that your position would be closed if the US index moved against you by 30 points. Therefore, instead of losing £90, you'd only lose 30 points x £1 per point = £30.

However, assuming you correctly predicted the direction of the market, your upside would still be £120.

Note that Stop Losses are not guaranteed, if a market slips then your Stop Loss is closed out at the next traded price. If you donít want that risk then you can use a Guaranteed Stop Loss, these are guaranteed to close your trade even if the underlying market slips (gaps).

A number of firms like Financial Spreads, InterTrader and Capital Spreads automatically apply a Stop Loss to every trade. You can upgrade to a Guaranteed Stop Loss but that normally comes at a small premium (normally a wider spread).


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'Dow Jones Spread Betting' edited by Jacob Wood, updated 02-Sep-14

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