Boring Is Best When Investing In Utilities

Boring Is Best When Investing In Utilities

Liam Flavelle | |

When it comes to utilities, boring companies outperform the rest. But how do you quantify boring?

The World’s Water Access in One Visualization

Visual Capitalist | |

Water is the world’s most precious commodity. Yet, an estimated $260 billion is lost globally each year from the lack of basic water access and sanitation.

Bringing Solar Home: Sustainable Energy Companies Soar Towards Mass Adoption

Desireé Duffy | |

In the solar space, policymakers and sustainable advocates seem to be orbiting in circles. But a solar gold rush is upon us. Are you ready for it?

Utilities Sector 3Q18: Best and Worst

David Trainer | |

What's the appeal of Utilities right now for investors?

​Top Picks Mid-Year Winners: AES Corp.

MoneyShow | |

Last year, AES Corp. was the worst performing stock in the Dow Jones Utility Average (DJUA). Halfway into 2018, it’s by far the best.

​How Long-Term Profits Flow with Water ETF

MoneyShow | |

The current water crisis is driven both by climate and poor water infrastructure; 14 of the world’s 20 megacities are now experiencing water scarcity.

​As Southern Company Works Out Problems, a Buy Opportunity

MoneyShow | |

Southern Company is now the highest-yielding stock in the Dow Jones Utility Average.

​A Trio of Utilities for a Rising Rate Environment

MoneyShow | |

Even in a time of rising rates, utility stocks have their place in a portfolio.

​OGE Energy: The “Sooner” Utility

MoneyShow | |

While utilities aren’t exactly known for their entrepreneurialism, regulators can prompt them to turn to non-regulated businesses to find new sources of earnings growth.

​Top Picks 2018: Why AES Could Be Powering Up

MoneyShow | |

The company is by far the cheapest member of the Dow Jones Utility Average.


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