Now that we are nearing the 1/2 way point in 2006, let's take a look at the stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and see who has not benefited from the record breaking run so far this year.
Value if $1,000 Invested at the end of 2006 (largest loser first):
1- Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)= $953
2- Home Depot (HD)= $956
3- Citigroup (C) = $977
4- Proctor & Gamble (PG) = $992
5- Disney (DIS)= $988
Not bad. 5 out of 30 stocks in the red. The big winners? Caterpillar (CAT) at $1,292 and Alcoa (AA) at $1,355