The Dogs have DOUBLED!
Over the past five years the FTSE 100 index has risen by 27%, which might have made for a tasty investment had you decided to put your money into the index in 2012.
In the same time period, according to Midas, the Dogs of the FTSE have DOUBLED.
A £10,000 investment into the FTSE 100 index in March 2012 would now be worth £12,455. However, by opting to invest only in the 10 highest yielding stocks from the FTSE 100, or the Dogs of the FTSE, a £10,000 investment from March 2012 would today be valued at £21,292. In fact, those Dogs have risen by 27% in the past six months alone.