This study investigates the results of portfolios set up in accordance with a number of strategies which all require only a small number of
shares. A comparison is done of strategies based on dividend yield on the one hand and on earnings yield on the other. A small number of
shares are also selected from among numbers of large companies (20, 30, 40 or 50). A comparison is made with the returns achieved on
the Industrial Index (INDI) and those achieved on the All Shares Index (ALSI) over the same period, before as well as after an adjustment
for risk has been made.