Dogs Of The Dow refers to an investment strategy suggesting that investors buy ten of the 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks with the highest dividend yields. The selected stocks are the Dogs of the Dow, shares of large blue chip companies. Investors adjust their portfolios at the beginning of each year, as the fluctuating stock prices change the yields.
Additional meaning of Dogs Of The Dow:
The Dogs of the Dow strategy was popularized by Michael O'Higgins in 1991.