Dogs of the Dow Dividend Stocks Dogs of the Dow 2019

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Compare the dividend stocks in the Dogs of the Dow index by dividend yield, payout ratio, Price/Earnings, earnings per share (EPS), dividend per share (DPS).

The Dogs of the Dow, also called High Yield 10, is an investment strategy popularized in 1991 by Michael O'Higgins. It proposes that an investor annually selects the 10 Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks whose dividend is the highest fraction of their price.

Beware of stocks with an extremely high dividend yield! This can be caused by a stock price that is extremely low, compared to the trailing twelve months (ttm) dividend. Or it can be caused by a special, one-time only super dividend.

Last updated: 2019/2/15 00:35:31 CET
Stock name Dividend yield
Ibm 4.57
Verizon Comm 4.42
Exxon Mobil 4.30
Chevron 4.03
Pfizer 3.45
Coca-cola 3.42
Procter & Gamble 2.89
Merck & Co 2.78
Cisco Systems 2.73
General Electric 0.39

Articles featuring Ibm (IBM):

Dividend Growth Investing: Can Conversion From Price Growth Work?

It is not unusual to see discussions pop up in article comments about whether Dividend Growth Investing (DGI) is something that a growth investor can easily and cleanly switch to in time for retirement. The discussions are often spirited with many that are absolutely convinced that there really no path for a growth investor to change midstream to dividend growth. Usually this is due to how a switch would occur. For example, do not wait until the day of your retirement to suddenly decide to sell... Read more

5%+ Dividend Yield Portfolio: Profiting Handsomely From Volatility (Jan 2019 Review)

Outlook 2019 officially started with bang! While, technically, the volatility that the market has been experiencing over the past few months is entirely normal, the timing of the latest rally almost perfectly coincided with the turn of the calendarÖso it is certainly nice to have the first monthly print of the year be so positive. In fact, January 2019ís 7.9% gain in the S&P 500 was its best January performance since 1987 (over 30 years!). Furthermore, the gains were not just limited to... Read more

IBM Board Approves Regular Quarterly Cash Dividend

The IBM (NYSE: IBM) board of directors today declared a regular quarterly cash dividend of $1.57 per common share, payable March 9, 2019 to stockholders of record February 8, 2019. IBM has paid consecutive quarterly dividends every year since 1916.... Read more

Dividend Aristocrats NOBL Vs. Achievers VIG, Head To Head - The First 5 Years

The Dividend Appreciation Index fund Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (VIG) was launched in May of 2006. The fund tracks the US Nasdaq Dividend Achievers Select Index. Constituents have increased their dividends, each year for 10 years or more. The index applies a proprietary dividend health screen. The Index Fund was launched in May of 2006 and has a history of slight outperformance vs. the iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV) from inception with lesser volatility. Once again companies that... Read more

Nicholas Ward's Dividend Growth Portfolio: 2018 Review

Man oh man, itís crazy to think about boiling down a yearís worth of portfolio management into a single article like this (especially, after a year like 2018). To be honest, Iíd much rather be writing about the fundamentals of a given company that Iíve recently bought or sold. These recap articles are always difficult because Iím never quite sure where to start. But, for the sake of entertainment, Iím going to give it my best shot! 2018 was a pretty interesting year for me. It began with a... Read more

What Dividend Growth Investors Can Learn From PG&E Corporation

Introduction PG&E Corporation (PCG) announced several days ago that it is going to file for bankruptcy. While the situation of the company wasn't superb over the past two year to say the least, this announcement caught investors by surprise, and in the days since the announcement the share price declined over 50%. The share price that reached $70 just a year and a half ago reached a low of $6.91. The 2017 and 2018 wildfires resulted in California caused some major financial problems for... Read more

Jane's FY-2018 Dividend Income Totals - Why Being Patient Pays

Investment Thesis Being told to "be patient" is something no human wants to hear and there is probably no other aspect of life where you hear it more than when it comes to the world of personal finance. I'd like to think that I've learned patience in my 29 years on this earth, but I feel like this is one of those areas where there is always room for improvement. One area of life I have learned to be patient is anything regarding finances. I've learned that basically everything can wait... Read more

Dividend Dogs Vs. Index - Episode 1

Warren Buffett is widely hailed as one of the best investors of all time. The Oracle of Omaha recommends that laymen opt for index funds when saving for retirement. He argues that the index returns are generally better than most actively managed funds over time and those actively managed funds have high fees because they have professional managers. These fees cut down on the performance even more. Another popular strategy was first popularized by Michael O'Higgins. This is the Dogs of the... Read more

Dividend Growth 50: More In Year 4, With Income Up 10% - Part 2

As if it wasn't enough that the Dividend Growth 50 beat the market in total return in 2018, our real-money portfolio also had its best year ever on the income-growing front. How does a 9.87% raise sound? Pretty darn good, if you ask me - and rounding it up to 10% sounds even better! Not even the horrific performance of General Electric (GE) - which continued to bring bad things to life by announcing a 92% dividend cut as a follow-up to last year's 50% decrease - could keep the... Read more

Market Volatility May Pay Dividends, Eventually

2018 seems to be ending on a bad note in the markets. December is setting the wrong kind of records, and Q4 has been a bumpy one in general. This is what happens in the stock market sometimes, but it's been easy to forget over the decade-long bull market. We're using the end of the year as a chance to lift our heads, survey the market, and see what might be coming ahead. To do so, we're inviting our Marketplace authors to do a series of roundtables. 2018 was another steady growth year for... Read more

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