Tag - blue chip

Sheaff Brock | Dogs of the Dow Strategy - bulldogs in the office

A Bullish Approach to “Dogs of the Dow”—Part One

Nearly thirty years in use, the term “Dogs of the Dow” is hardly new to investor vocabulary. The concept—out of the 30 stocks that make up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, choose the ten with the highest dividend yield. Dogs of the Dow is based on investors’ intent to “buy low, sell high.” The premise, as Investopedia explains, is that blue chip companies such as those included in the DJIA rarely alter their dividend payouts. The dividend can thus be [...]

Dividend Growth Investing | Sheaff Brock | Time and Money

Dividend Growth Investing in 2019

The new film release, “What Men Want,” is designed to recapture the box office success of the blockbuster Hollywood romantic fantasy of nineteen years ago, “What Women Want.” An investment-world equivalent might attempt to answer the question of “What Investors Want.” It appears the answer is asylum-with-growth-potential, given the tumultuous investment markets which marked the final weeks of the past year. Dividend growth investing, as seekingalpha.com explains, involves the researching and careful selection of high-quality companies that are capable of [...]