Add stock indexes like the Dow Jone and the S&P 500

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Add stock indexes like the Dow Jone and the S&P 500 Status: Will be added ASAP

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If you watch the news, you hear all the time about the Dow Jones Industrial Average and other a?verages like the S&P 500 or The Russel 2000. These are "market averages" designed to tell you how companies traded on the stock market are doing in general. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is simply the average value of 30 large, industrial stocks. Big companies like General Motors, Goodyear, IBM and Exxon are the kinds of companies that make up the real world index. The S&P 500 is the average value of 500 different large companies. The Russel 2000 tracks the average of 2,000 smaller companies. What these averages tell you is the general health of stock prices as a whole. If the economy is "doing well," then the prices of stocks as a group tend to rise. If it is "doing poorly," prices as a group tend to fall. The averages show you these tendencies in the market as a whole. If a specific stock is going down while the market as a whole is going up, that tells you something. Or if a stock is rising, and is rising faster or slower than the market as a whole, that tells you something as well. Also it would be great to have a new rewards section. Countries and/or ceo's that produce the most rewards, and not based on how much money they have. Let?s be honest here, most of the top people bought a good portion of their money, why not give rewards to people who actually earned it? The way this game is set up, the people who are already on top in the rewards section are there for life. All because they have hundreds of trillions of dollars from which majority of the money they bought. Vote yes for my proposals or vote no to my proposal.

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The proposal has been ACCEPTED.

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