Top Dogs of the Dow Jones As Of July 2013
Dogs of the Dow Jones originally published on "long-term-investments.blogspot.com". I love it to make profits with stocks but I also need to accept that I will lose some money in the stock market if I'm too greedy and take big risks. There are hundreds and thousands of assets strategies out there and every tactic to gain money from the stock market could work and give you a passive income if you are disciplined.
One investment strategy I would like to update today is the Dogs of the Dow Jones investing rule. The popular investment theory was introduced by Michael O'Higgins in 1991 and became very popular.
The philosophy behind is to buy ten stocks of the Dow Jones with the highest dividend yield and lowest price to earnings ratio at the beginning of the year and to hold these stocks for a year. After this period, the investor should sell stocks that are no more Dogs of the Dow and buy therefore new Dogs of the Dow. Below is an updated sheet of the ten best Dogs of the Dow. They have the lowest expected price to earnings ratio and highest dividend yield within the Dow Jones index.
Summarized, the 10 cheapest stocks of the Dow Jones have an average dividend yield of 3.43 percent as well as a forward P/E ratio of 12.44. The average P/B ratio amounts to 2.73 and P/S ratio is 2.53.
Here is the table with some fundamentals:
Dogs of the Dow Jones Index As Of July 2013...
Take a closer look at the full list of the cheapest stocks from the Dow Jones Index - Dogs of the Dow. The average dividend yield of 3.43 percent as well as a forward P/E ratio of 12.44. The average P/B ratio amounts to 2.73 and P/S ratio is 2.53.
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