Final environmental regulations give utilities near-term certainty but no comfort.
Fast-approaching environmental regulation could reshape the utilities sector.
Regulated utilities could be hit hard by inflation, while diversified firms have long-term value that the market refuses to recognize.
We sort through the multitude of issues surrounding these stocks.
Utilities show no signs of slowing down with yields that look as good as ever.
This ETF holds the infrastructure firms that create the backbone of society--toll roads, ports, railroads, water and sewer systems, and power generation.
Our top utility picks during periods of inflation, deflation, or stagflation.
Investors need to be aware of a stock's potential total return and avoid overpaying for a company that has an attractive headline yield, cautions Sanibel Captiva's Pat Dorsey.
Legg Mason manager Robert Hagstrom uses the value propositions of Warren Buffett to buy growth stocks.