Utilities for Income?

2009-11-19

With interest rates at historic lows, investors seeking income may find certain Utility stocks of interest. Ten year T-bonds are yielding 3.4% today. Certain well known utilities are yielding close to 5% or more.

Today’s video looks at how three well known Utility stocks measure up versus T-Bonds..
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Utilities are considered conservative holdings. However, they are obviously more risky than T-Bonds. Its up to the individual investor to determine whether they are worth the extra risk.

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