Dividend aristocrats

Dogs of the Dow 2014

The Dogs of the Dow is one of the simplest strategies to beat the market. This strategy buys and holds equal dollar amounts of the 10 highest-yielding dividend stocks of the Dow Jones Industrial Average for one calender year. After beating the Dow by 6.8% in 2011, the Dogs of the Dow underperformed by 0.2%…

Dividend Aristocrats 2014

S&P Dow Jones Indices defines the dividend aristocrats as the 54 companies included in the benchmark S&P 500 (SPX)  that have raised their dividend payouts every year for at least 25 years. A high dividend yield is not required. These 54 are large, blue chip companies that have historically provided (slightly) better performance and (slightly)…

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Revealed: Millionaires’ top 5 stocks

A survey of Tiger 21 members offers an intriguing glimpse into what millionaires do with their millions. The annual survey looks at the most valued investments and managers of Tiger 21’s 220 members, who collectively manage more than $20 billion in investable assets. Individual stock purchases were the most common public equity investment at 50%,…

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How do millionaires (HNWI) invest?

The super rich (UHNWI) remain “bullish”. HNWI Investments remain still allocated to public/private equity. This is evident from the latest asset allocation of Tiger 21, a network group of investors with capital to invest on average of $ 75 million.They remain committed to their allocation to stocks and bonds and relatively few in cash, according…