Dogs of Dow Strategy

A stock investing tactic where you purchase the ten DJIA stocks with the highest dividend yield at the start of each year. At the start of each consecutive year the stock portfolio must be adjusted so that it always holds the 10 highest yielding stocks.

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The Dogs of Dow investing tactic was drafted in 1972 and has proven to be quite rewarding. Actually, upon the adjustment of the Dog of the Dow, investors portfolios at the onset of each year, placed a price burden upon the stocks involved.

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