It doesn't happen often that the folks who bring us the Dow Jones Industrial Average ($INDU +0.85%) bring in three new components.
there's a reason for the fresh players: They're growing and have less
of a chance to be sunk by global forces they can't possibly control.
Those coming in on Sept. 23: investment bank Goldman Sachs (GS +3.54%), athletic equipment maker Nike (NKE +2.17%) and transaction company Visa (V +3.38%).
Saying goodbye to the Dow after Sept. 20 are Alcoa (AA -0.31%), a Dow component for 54 years; Bank of America (BAC +0.90%), which has struggled mightily since the 2008 crash; and Hewlett-Packard (HPQ -0.40%), a tech giant from the 1970s on and inventor of the laser printer.