The Dow theory is an approach to trading developed by Charles H. Dow, who with Edward Jones and Charles Bergstresser founded Dow Jones & Company Inc. and developed the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Dow fleshed the theory out in a series of editorials in the Wall Street Journal, which he co-founded, beginning in 1900 and ending with his death in 1902.
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