Our portfolio spans many sectors, from utilities to telecoms, financials retailers, and drug companies to tobacco firms.
Dogs of the Footsie
Crisis at Capita neutered the Dogs over the past year, but the pack is still well ahead of the Footsie over the longer term.
The FTSE 100’s high-dividend yielders delivered gains up to 14.4 per cent, giving our Dogs Portfolio a diamond 2017.
According to Dogs theory, income is a crucial part of investment returns – and that is particularly true as inflation starts to creep up.
Heather Connon takes the 2017 Dogs for their first airing of the year and finds that between them they’re setting a cracking pace, leaving the index trailing
While utilities, financials or commodities have dominated past portfolios, depending on the economic cycle, this one spans a range of sectors.
We dig around for the FTSE 100 stocks with the highest yields and depressed share prices, to unveil this year's Dogs of the Footsie.
Some FTSE 100 stocks have had a torrid time this year. We start tracking the 10 worst to see if a contrarian trading strategy can work in Q4.
The Dogs of the Footsie had a howler last year, but the performance of our portfolio has been anything but 'paw' so far in 2016.
The powerful pack of unloved firms that has performed so well over the longer term let investors down in 2015.