Two ways to profit from the same assets

Canadian Utilities and its parent company ATCO hold essentially the same pool of assets. Investors looking for yield should opt for the subsidiary, while value seekers should buy the parent for its holding company discount.
CANADIAN UTILITIES LTD. (class A non-voting) is a buy. The company (Toronto symbols… Read More

These four can also handle higher rates

Rising interest rates have dampened investor enthusiasm for high-yielding utility stocks. That’s because higher rates add to a utility’s interest costs and, at the same time, they increase the appeal of competing bonds by spurring their yields.
However, these four utilities get most of their revenue… Read More