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Understanding how and when to apply investment strategiesUnderstanding how and when to apply investment strategies that have performed well in the past can provide opportunities to build tremendous personal wealth in the future.  A well planned investment strategy with a diversified portfolio are key to achieve financial success.
The S&P 500® Effect
The S&P 500® Effect is the observed price change of a stock from the time S&P announces that it is adding the stock to the S&P 500® Index to the end of the first trading day that the stock has been a new member of the S&P 500® Index. The price of the stock being added usually outperforms. The reason for this phenomenon is ... Read More...
The S&P 500® Anti Effect
The S&P 500® Anti Effect is the observed price change of a stock from the close of the first day that the stock has been removed from the S&P 500® Index, for reasons other than a merger or a corporate restructuring, to a period that can vary from one month to one year. The price of the stock being removed usually outperforms. The reason for this phenomenon is ... Read More...
Dogs of the Dow
The Dogs of the Dow are the ten stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average that have the highest dividend yield which is calculated by taking the annual dividend and dividing it by the current stock price. Over the 17-year period from 1973 to 1989, the Dogs of the Dow strategy averaged a return of 17.9% annually, compared to 11.1% for the Dow. Read More...
Small Dogs of the Dow
The Small Dogs of the Dow are the five stocks in the Dogs of the Dow with the lowest price. The Dogs of the Dow are the ten stocks in the Dow Jones Industrial Average that have the highest dividend yield which is calculated by taking the annual dividend and dividing it by the current stock price. Read More...
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Market Summary
NYSE Composite 9176.72 -11.07
NASDAQ Composite 4283.59 +14.83
S&P 500® 1851.86 -0.35
Russell 2000 963.48 -0.41
Wilshire 5000 18890.67 +6.92
30 Yr Treasury Bond 2.530 -0.030
10 Yr Treasury Note 1.700 -0.020
5 Yr Treasury Note 1.150 -0.010
Volatility S&P 500 26.290 -0.250
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