The New “Dogs of the Dow”

The classic, hands-off investing strategy known as the “Dogs of the Dow” kept investors “relatively safe” last year, according to an article in CNBC.com. “If one had bought the 10 highest-yielding stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average at the beginning of 2018 and held them all year long, it would have only lost 1.5 percent, versus the Dow’s nearly 6 percent annual loss and the S&P 500’s 62 percent.” According to the article, this… Read More