DOGs Of The Dow

An investment strategy popularized in 1991 by Michael B. O'Higgins 
directing investors to annually select 10 Dow Jones Industrial Average stocks 
whose dividend is the "highest fraction of their price". Under other analyses these stocks
would be considered "DOGs", or undesirable, but the DOGs of the Dow strategy
proposes that these same stocks have the potential for substantial increases
in stock price plus relatively high dividend payouts. (from Wikipedia)