DJUSDIV Dow Jones U.S. Dividend 100 Index

The starting universe for the index is the Dow Jones U.S. Broad Market Index, which includes the 2,500 largest U.S. stocks based on full market capitalization, excluding REITs. Stocks in the index universe are subject to the following screens for dividend payment consistency, size and liquidity: Minimum 10 consecutive years of dividend payments. Minimum float-adjusted market capitalization of US$ 500 million Minimum 3-month average daily trading volume of US$ 2 million. Stocks passing all three screens are ranked in descending order by indicated annual dividend yield. The top half of securities based on this ranking are eligible for stock selection. The remaining eligible stocks are then ranked using the following composite scoring system: 1) Cash flow to total debt 2) Return on equity 3) Indicated dividend yield 4) Five-year dividend growth rate. The 100 top-ranked stocks by the composite score are selected to the index.

1,531.38
As of 02/10/2021


Index Information
Provider:     S&P Dow Jones
Category1:  US Equity
Category2:  Broad Market
Category3:  Multi-cap
Country:      USA
Currency:    USD
Inception date:  12/31/1998
Backtesting data exists:  
Weighting methodology:   Market capitalization
Number of holdings:  100
Total return version:  DJUSDIVT


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