Utilities Still in the Sweet Spot
Traditionally, utilities have been the quintessential unexciting stocks. As mature, low-growth companies, these names have been the destination for income-oriented and low-volatility investors who aren't terribly interested in capital appreciation.
But, interestingly enough, in the past two years the dominant orientation of equity investors has moved toward the precise benefits and attributes that utilities offer. Ironically, perhaps, utilities have also had an atypically strong capital appreciation run because of their significant appeal....561 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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