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Chet -- I don't follow what argument you are making on the Dow Index. As you know the Dow is calculated from 30 stocks as summarized in the link:
ThoughtCo: Calculations and Stocks on the Dow Jones Industrial Average
Simple enough. But if you are caught up on the Dow Divisor, this might help:
CFI: What is the Dow Divisor?
As of the end of June 2018, the Dow divisor is 0.14748071991788. Seems straight forward and above board to me. Are you interpreting it different than me?
Which puzzles me about your accusations of "biggest fraud perpetuated"and that a 25,000 number being 100 times larger than the stocks in the Dow portfolio. I just don't follow what point you are making or where you are getting those numbers. More importantly, how exactly are you or anyone trading in stocks being frauded by the way the Dow Index is calculated. It is not a secret, and it is not rocket science.
What exactly is the fraud?