|Day Low/High||58.40 / 58.88|
|52 Wk Low/High||43.63 / 78.93|
Let's look at which utility company is best wired for solid returns to add some spark to your portfolio.
Edison International is a well-run utility with a 4.6% dividend yield.
As the yields of relatively safer bonds decline, dividend-yielding utility stocks become more attractive.
For investors seeking value, growth and income potential - and to sleep better at night - the utility space warrants attention.
While no stocks are completely immune from Covid-19 selling, utilities are still considered a safe haven relative to most market sectors.
Here are 5 favorites in a relatively defensive sector.
These 'bearish bets' are showing both technical and quantitative deterioration.
These names are showing bullish and bearish reversal technical patterns.
Even in a time of rising rates, utility stocks should have a place in your portfolio.
Buying blue-chip stocks in a bear market is a brilliant strategy. But this is not a bear market.
Looking at the charts, I like Edison International, National Grid and PG&E.
It's unnerving that almost every strong stock has a poorly performing company underneath it.
These names are unlikely to lead the market higher or resist a bear market.
The lack of financing plus debt and equity ratios power established energy companies.