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Dow Theory Forecasts is written with the busy reader in mind. Weekly stock recommendations and analysis is geared towards the individual investor looking for actionable stock market advice in a "just-the-facts" approach. Twice weekly hotlines with market news, stock upgrades and downgrades keep subscribers informed between issues.

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October 12, 2015 issue

Generous to a fault

Are U.S. corporations being too liberal with investors?

In the 12 months ended June, companies in the S&P 500 Index spent a record $923 billion on dividends and stock buybacks. A dive into those numbers reveals some interesting...

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