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 DOW / Gold Ratio Chart

Chart of the DJIA Divided by the Price for an Ounce of Gold

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September 1, 2011:  Below is a graph of the price of the DOW (Dow Jones Industrial Average or DJIA) priced in ounces of Gold from 1970 through today. The Dow-gold ratio is defined as the ratio of the price of the Dow Jones Industrial Average divided by the price of gold.

This chart shows the DOW/Gold ratio has clearly been in a downtrend since the NASDAQ peaked with the internet bubble in early 2000.

DOW / GOLD Ration Graph
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