Below is Dave Wilson‘s chart of the day for Bloomberg from Friday, in which he looked at the Dow 30 since the crash of 1987. He notes that there are 14 holdovers from those days and wrote this bit about the old Dow names that have been down since then:
Five companies removed from the average after 1987 posted losses in post-crash trading. Three of them — Bethlehem Steel Corp., Eastman Kodak Co. and General Motors Corp. — filed for bankruptcy. The others were Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., which fell at a 2 percent annual rate, and Navistar International Inc., which fell at a 3.4 percent pace.