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Subject: Re: OT: Some Inflation Adjusted Charts Date: 3/27/2013 9:36 PM
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Don't forget dividends. Looking at DIA, the dividend-adjusted closing high back on January 14, 2000 was $87.81, which after inflation comes to $115.62. That's quite a bit below the current $145.10 price.
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Good information!

I might point out that the reason that I posted this link was to show that on an inflation adjusted basis, these markets have much more upside potential, if the conditions will allow it.

And I think that the 99-day rule and other indicators, such as the continuing low historical interest rates seem to bolster that view.
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