Three of the Best End of Year Strategies to Consider


It’s time to think about year-end strategies, including:

The Dogs of the Dow

With the Dogs of the Dow, you’re simply buying the highest yielding 10 Dow Jones stocks that fell out of favor, investing an equal amount in each, liquidating by January 1 of the following year, and repeating for nearly predictable rewards.

Even better, it's easy to use, and it performs well.

The way you pick the Dogs is very simple.

As we’ve mentioned before, in 2009, they were up 16.9%. 

In 2010, they jumped 20.5%. 

In 2011, there were up 16.3%. 

In 2012, they jumped 9.9%. 

In 2013, they returned 34.9%. 

In 2014, they returned 10.8%. 

In 2015, they did okay, returning just 2.6%. 

In 2016, the Dogs returned 16% on average. 

In 2017, the Dogs of the Dow returned 19% for the year.

In 2018, the Dogs returned 1%.  However, that did outperform the Dow Jones’ 5.6% loss.


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New Year Resolutions

We all make resolutions at the end of the year.

In fact, one of the biggest ones is a promise to lose weight and exercise more. Unfortunately, this doesn’t always go as planned. But that doesn’t stop folks from signing up for gym memberships or running over to Weight Watchers to lose extra baggage. 

About 90% of us, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine make a resolution to lose weight, diet, and exercise more, which usually ends in passing on the resolution until next year. 

Look at Planet Fitness (PLNT) for example. Since 2016, the stock has exploded late in the year.  Better, as of October 2019, the stock appeared oversold and ready to explode higher, as folks line up to make their 2020 resolutions. 

The Holiday Shopping Season Rally

One of the best ways to trade most holiday seasons is to buy Amazon.com (AMZN)

With the exception of 2018, the stock rises significantly prior to the big holiday shopping rush. That’s because more people shop online these days. Plus, we have to keep in mind that e-commerce is only set to explode even more. According to eMarketer, global e-commerce could rise up to 21% to $ to $3.535 trillion. By 2021, it could run to $5 trillion.

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