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How well has Dogs of the Dow performed?

How well has Dogs of the Dow performed?

As seen in the below table the Dow Dogs generated a total return of 16.3% versus 20.8% for the DJIA and 28.7% for the S&P 500 Index. Comparing the Dow Dogs performance to the DJIA Index, the largest detractor to the strategy’s performance was the 412 basis point underperformance in the Health Care sector.

Is Dogs of the Dow a good strategy?

The Dogs of the Dow is a strategy that focuses the 10 Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks with the highest dividend yields. The strategy entails building a portfolio of these stocks and reallocating it once a year….Dogs of the Dow for 2022.

Company Ticker Dividend yield
Verizon VZ 4.93%

What is the #1 dog of the Dow?

Dogs of the Dow Methodology

The 2022 Dogs of the Dow
1 DOW 4.94%
2 VZ 4.93%
3 IBM 4.91%
4 CVX 4.57%

What was the performance of the Dow in 2020?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) index dropped around 8,000 points in the four weeks from February 12 to March 11, 2020, but has since recovered to 34,725.47 points as of January 26, 2022.

How did the Dogs of the Dow do in 2020?

2020’s Dogs were all bark, no bite The Dow Jones Industrial Average netted a 7.2% gain for 2020, while the Dogs lost 12.7% of their value. This one bad year would have wiped away years’ worth of any outperformance an investor might have enjoyed by employing the Dogs of the Dow strategy.

What are the dogs of the Dow today?

2022 Dogs of the Dow: Daily Performance Tables

Symbol Company The 2022 Dogs of the Dow are listed in blue Yield 5-31-22
MMM 3M 3.99%
KO Coca-Cola 2.78%
INTC Intel 3.29%
JPM JP Morgan Chase 3.03%

What are the dogs of the Dow for 2021?

The 2021 performance tables are one click away

Symbol Company Dow stocks ranked by yield on 12-31-20 Yield 12-31-20
CSCO Cisco 3.24%
MRK Merck 3.18%
AMGN Amgen 3.06%
KO Coca-Cola 2.99%

What was the Dow return for 2021?

The Dow Jones Industrial Average returned 18.65% in 2021. Using a better calculation including dividend reinvestment, the Dow Jones returned 20.94%.

How much has the Dow lost this year?


5 Day -7.29%
1 Month -5.30%
3 Month -7.37%
YTD -16.02%
1 Year -11.27%

What were the Dogs of the Dow in 2021?

The Dogs of the Dow, the 10-highest yielding stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, have returned 10.6% in 2021 (including dividends) based on Nov. 24 prices, behind the index’s 18.9% total return and the S&P 500’s 26.8%.

What is Dogs of the Dow 2022?

The result? All but one of the 2021 Dow Dogs–Cisco (CSCO) has been replaced by Intel (INTC)–are back as 2022 Dogs. It’s a great yield compared to the market, and given the struggles that 2022 is likely to see with the Fed curtailing its money printing, we could probably do worse than buying Dog dividends.

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