Utility stocks are the ultimate investment for risk-averse investors seeking to create passive income streams via reliable dividends. Utility stocks can be an essential component of your portfolio as they will not only keep your income steady during dangerous economic times, they are usually the first to soar out of recessionary times.
The Utility Stocks archive below includes the latest commentary and analysis on the most important developments affecting the essential services sectors, including water, communications, energy, and other key infrastructure industries. Find out which utility stocks are poised to benefit from ongoing developments in the utility sector and which to avoid.
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One of the most unloved utilities of the past two years now boasts the highest projected earnings growth in the sector.
Searching for high yield without high risk sometimes feels akin to chasing unicorns.
Facing flat or declining electricity sales, more and more utilities are going out-of-state to bring in new business.
The U.S. has already made great strides toward generating cleaner energy, and that’s likely to continue.
The market should pay more attention to the one Trump proposal that’s most likely to be implemented.
In the third and final part of our series, we look at the progress of batteries and other technologies critical to achieving California’s expansive low-carbon vision.
We remain skeptical, but there’s at least one firm whose sponsor gives us faith.
In the second part of our series, we see what implications other countries’ experiences with implementing expansive renewable energy policies might have for the Golden State and its utilities.
Water utilities are largely insulated from potential disruption.
Utility stocks are finally correcting as speculation heats up over monetary tightening.