July 26, 2012 at 09:02 AM EDT
Commodity Stock Plays in the 2012 Dogs of the S&P
Many investors are familiar with a group known as the “Dogs of the Dow”, or the 10 highest yielding stocks at the end of the prior year. Many investors use this strategy to help pick securities for the coming year, as they will not only offer strong dividend yields, but it may also be that their prices have been beaten down. Dividend yields and stock prices have an inverse relationship, meaning that a higher yield could reflect a poor performance from a stock in the prior year. Many feel that the dogs are oversold and the fact that they are still offering high dividend yields means the company is still strong [see also 12 High-Yielding Commodities For 2012 ]. See the full story here → Related Posts: Commodity Stock Plays in the 2012 Dividend Achievers Ultimate Guide To RBOB Gasoline Investing Commodity Plays in the 2012 Dividend Aristocrats 12 High-Yielding Commodities For 2012 Ultimate Guide To Corn Investing
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