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Dogs of the Dow
Investment strategy that advocates buying the ten DJIA stocks with the highest yields. Some investors believe that these stocks are currently undervalued and are worth buying. Typically, investors following this strategy re-adjust portfolios at the beginning of each calendar year, as the fluctuating stock prices change the yields.
T 10 stocks of the 30 on the Dow Jones Industrial Average with the most depressed prices and consequently the highest yields. The investor buying these stocks speculates that they will bounce back over a one-year period.
An investing strategy that consists of buying the 10 DJIA stocks with the highest dividend yield at the beginning of the year. The portfolio should be adjusted at the beginning of each year to include the 10 highest yielding stocks.