The Complete List Of Utility Dividend Stocks In 2019

List of awesome utility stocks that pay frequent dividends. Updated daily!

Utility Stocks That Pay Dividends

Utility stocks are known for being reliable, steady investments.

These companies provide the everyday items we can easily take for granted: water, electricity, gas, etc...

Since we all rely on these products, utility companies have built-in demand, and are generally less impacted by macro-economic swings. They are also heavily regulated companies, so they usually are not great for investors looking for growth stocks.

Because of their stability, lower risk, and built-in demand, it’s no surprise that income investors love investing in utilities. Investing in these stocks can provide a steady income over the long-term, and limit downside risk in a bear market.

The list below is a complete list of utility dividend stocks, which also includes each company’s current Enterprise Value to EBIT (EV/EBIT), Market Cap, Price to Book Value (P/BV), and Industry, and is sorted by Market Cap.

We update this list daily. Last updated: August 26th, 2019

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