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Which of the Dow's new members would you go long on?

For the first time in two years, investors will be waking up to a new version of Wall Street's blue-chip Dow index when trade opens on September 23.

Nike, Goldman Sachs and Visa are the new trifecta of companies added to the 30-component index following the Dow's decision to modify its line-up earlier this month.

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The three will replace Alcoa, who traditionally kicks off earnings season, Bank of America, the second-largest financial institution in the U.S., and Hewlett-Packard, which has been in the index for 16 years.

Recent history shows that companies tend to outperform when added to the blue-chip index. The last three newly added components appreciated from 11 to 32 percent within the first year of being added.

If you had to pick, which of the Dow's new members would you go long on?


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