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Dogs of the Dow Strategy | by Wall Street Survivor

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Nathanael (4 months ago)
This strategy is stupidly simple, and astonishingly effective. It even beats the market indexes based on historical data. Based on how this works, if the stocks you're buying go up in price, then you sell the stock and reap the profits after a year has passed. If the stocks you're buying go down in price, then you invest the dividends back into those companies to get an even better discount on future dividends (so you're buying low, selling high, plus you're making safe money on dividends). It can't really fail in the long run since you'll either be making profits on capital gains or on accelerated dividend cash flows. No matter which direction your stocks move in, you'll be making long term profits. The only way it can fail is if you get locked into a company which faces declining stocks prices and restricted cash flows (thus becoming unable to pay dividends), but choosing to stick with high market cap companies (like the Dow) nearly ensures that doesn't happen. As long as you check the recent statements of cash flows, the companies dividend policy and dividend history, as well as its income growth, in order to make sure it's likely to commit to its dividend yield, you've probably got yourself a safe long term investment. A good alternative to the Dogs of the Dow strategy (although it's remarkably similar) is the S&P 10, which invests equally into the 10 highest dividend yielding companies within the 100 top market cap corporations in the S&P 500, and readjusts at the end of every year. It's not a perfect strategy, since you're selling stocks every year (and thus paying taxes on capital gains), but it definitely is a safe one and promises effective growth with extremely little effort.
Thomas (7 months ago)
Do a video on the Dobermans of the Dow (not a joke).

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