Tag: Dogs of the Dow

  • Many of these Dogs are Outperforming the Markets

    Many of these Dogs are Outperforming the Markets

    The Dow Jones had a terrible year. With sky-high inflation, fears of recession, and an aggressive Federal Reserve, it’s been bad.  However, not all Dow stocks dropped with the index.  Some, including in the dividend-paying Dogs of the Dow are doing well, with two months to go. So far: Verizon (VZ) – which carries a…

  • Why It Pays to Trade the Dogs of the Dow

    Why It Pays to Trade the Dogs of the Dow

    The Dogs of the Dow strategy is working out well so far… Better, according to Barron’s, “This could be a good year for the Dogs after the strategy lagged behind the overall index for the fourth year out of the past five during 2021. The Dogs returned 16.3% including dividends in 2021, while the Dow…

  • An Easy Way to Collect Reliable Income

    An Easy Way to Collect Reliable Income

    One of the best year-end strategies is the Dogs of the Dow. With it, you’re buying the highest-yielding Dow stocks that fell apart the year before.  Not only do you get to profit from a potential run off lows, you can collect dividends. All you have to do is invest in the 10 Dogs at year…

  • The Top New Year Resolution Trades to Own

    The Top New Year Resolution Trades to Own

    There are plenty of seasonal trading patterns. There’s the Santa Claus Rally, the Dogs of the Dow, and the January Effect There’s a theory that markets in the northern and southern hemispheres predictably succumb to the winter blues, or Seasonal Affective Disorder. There’s the “Sell in May and go away” idea that hasn’t worked so…

  • The Dogs of the Dow Didn’t Work Well in 2020, but it Should in 2021

    The Dogs of the Dow Didn’t Work Well in 2020, but it Should in 2021

    One of the best ways to trade the New Year has been with the Dogs of the Dow. This year, they weren’t so hot with the pandemic.  But historically, the Dogs do quite well. They returned nearly 20% in 2019. In 2018, the Dogs eked out a 1% gain, as the Dow lost 5.6% for…