Investment experts highlight their favorite 'utes' for investors seeking income as well as long-term growth potential.
American Water Works generates close to 65% of its earnings per share over just two quarters. Let's see how the company could quench the thirst of dividend-seekers.
The charts of AEP are now bullish.
Becoming more a pure-play utility, this name produces consistent results and keeps increasing its dividend.
CDUAF offers a steady earnings base, a well above average dividend yield and a reasonable valuation.
Edison International is a well-run utility with a 4.6% dividend yield.
Let's dig into the charts of the XLU Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF.
AEP began to decline in November.
Let's check out the charts of the N.J.-based utility.
The environment for these firms is not only friendlier at the federal level, but far friendlier at the corporate and investment levels.