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Posted on 7 Mar 2013 | 7,345 views
Dogs of the Dow Strategy

The Dogs of the Dow is an investment strategy popularized by Michael O’Higgins, in 1991 which proposes that an investor annually select for investment the ten Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks whose dividend is the highest fraction of their price.

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Posted on 24 Aug 2012 | 2,372 views
January Barometer Portfolio Stock Market Prediction

Sam Stovall, chief equity strategist with S&P Capital IQ, has developed the January Barometer Portfolio which looks to sector performances in January for clues of what will happen the following 12 months.

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Posted on 31 Mar 2011 | 4,264 views
Melville Shoe Stock Price After October 1929 Crash and Great Depression

Melville Shoe Corporation of Harrison, New York was organized in 1894 and incorporated in 1916. From its inception through 1923 the company never had an unprofitable year, and paid dividends on preferred stock from 1916 to 1923.

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Posted on 29 Mar 2011 | 6,652 views
Homestake Mining After the 1929 Crash

The biggest and most profitable gold mine in the United States during the Great Depression was Homestake Mining which rose from $65 per share in 1929 to more than $300 per share in 1933 and then climbed to a $480 bid and $534 ask in December of 1935. It was the highest-priced, most active stock on the New York Stock Exchange.

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Posted on 19 Mar 2011 | 30,965 views
IBM October 29 1929 Stock Market Performance

Although IBM was incorporated in the state of New York on June 16, 1911 as the Computing- Tabulating- Recording Company (C-T-R), its origins can be traced back to developments at the close of the 19th century. For example, the first dial recorder was invented by Dr. Alexander Dey in 1888, and Dey’s business became one of the building blocks of C-T-R.