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It was reported this morning that California American Water, a subsidiary of American Water Works , filed an application to set new rates in each of its service areas for 2021 through 2023. This speaks not only to the ability of water utilities to ...
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American Water Works leads the S&P 500 with the highest female representation on its board of directors.
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AWK is a long candidate using a position size allowing an initial stop under the retracement level.
Further declines to $65 or even $60 look likely before the losses dry up.
Shattering the notion that utility stocks are boring, shares of American Water Works have surged 30% thus far in 2016
Energy, financial and technology stocks dominate names showing potential for higher prices.
Amid the water crisis, especially on the West Coast, invest in water infrastructure.
Water, as an investment opportunity, appears to finally be registering with market participants.
The portfolio has benefited from cash levels and the favorable characteristics of several positions.
The water utility company's chart shows the stock is in strong technical shape.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of TheStreet's Action Alerts Plus and host of CNBC's 'Mad Money,' sees a selective Santa Claus rally on Wall Street this year.
Chris Versace, fundamental analyst for TheStreet's Trifecta Stocks fund, discussed recent changes made to the portfolio.
Technicals are bullish as the stock continues to power ahead, making new all-time highs.
Thanks to global warming, fresh water is vanishing. And that poses a major threat to the future of food manufacturers like PepsiCo (PEP), Coca Cola (KO) and General Mills (GIS).
Water could be the next key global commodity, even though it falls from the sky!
As we head for the exits today, we're looking at the latest economic data and some top news stories.