Invest (about – as close as you can without going over) $100,000 in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA). In order to do that, assume you can “buy” the index at a price equal to its value divided by 100 (e.g., if the index is 23,700, then the price is $237.00). You will buy the index at its value at the opening of the market the first trading day and sell it at its value at the end of the last trading day. Using the bottom part of the Portfolio spreadsheet you have already designed, display the number of units of the DJIA purchased, the opening price, the closing price, the total purchase price, and compute your profit (loss) and the ROI
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