American Water Works Co. (NYSE:AWK)

15 Top Defensive Stocks for the Next Recession at Sky High Valuations

With a bull market that is now well over 10 years old, and with a global economy that is facing slower growth ahead, many investors are wondering how they should ...
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Defensive Stocks Standing Strong as Broader Stock Market Indexes Tank

When the stock market is taking it on the chin, it's often useful to take note of which stocks are rallying despite the negativity. This is a time when many ...
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10 Dividends That Can See Double-Digit Growth for 5 Years or Longer

It's no secret that investors love their dividends. Investors praise companies that can raise their dividends year after year, and a commitment to a strong dividend policy is a company's ...
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Revisiting American Water Works as a Stock to Own for the Next Decade

American Water Works Co. Inc. (NYSE: AWK) has been an incredible performer over the years. It fits right in on the defensive utility sector trade for investors who want predictability ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Agilent, Amazon, American Water Works, Crocs, Deere, GE, Gilead, Slack, Teva and More

Stocks were indicated to open marginally higher on Monday, with the indexes effectively at all-time highs based on communication from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell that the agency is expected ...
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Are Utilities Losing Their Defensive Appeal Ahead of Summer?

It is no secret that the economy and the market have run across some newfound challenges. On top of slower global growth, as well as an escalating trade war with ...
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9 Stocks Defying China & Washington by Hitting All-Time Highs

With the U.S. markets and the economy being held hostage by an all-out trade war with China, and perhaps the most gridlocked Washington, D.C., we have seen in a lifetime, ...
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While US, China Wrangle Over Trade Deal, Look to These Stocks for Some Peace of Mind

The deadline for a deal between the United States and China passed at midnight Thursday and, as of Friday, U.S. tariffs on $200 billion in goods imported from China rose ...
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10 Stocks to Own If Full-Scale Trade War With China Breaks Out

By now there are likely no people anywhere in the world who have not heard that President Donald Trump's administration has set a deadline of this Friday to increase tariffs ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Water, Arconic, Cree, Dell, Humana, Merck, Qualcomm, Square, Tesla, Zynga and More

Stocks were looking for direction on Thursday, a day after Fed Chair Jerome Powell promised to be patient on interest rates, and the S&P 500 and Nasdaq have effectively hit ...
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15 Great Dividend Stocks Retirees Should Own in 2019

There are many types of investors in America. Whether you are in your twenties or retired, it is important to know what strategy is the best fit for your portfolio. ...
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Merrill Lynch Much More Optimistic for Upside in Major Utilities in 2019 and Beyond

Many investors flocked into the utility sector during and after the Great Recession. After all, this was a safety and defensive investing strategy, first and foremost. But the sector also ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Water, Boeing, Carnival, Chipotle, Kinder Morgan, Palo Alto Networks, Ralph Lauren, Square and More

Stocks were indicated to open marginally lower on Wednesday as bond yields appear to be stabilizing after the yield curve inverted late last week. Investors need to be considering how ...
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As Recession Fears Grow, 15 Stocks to Survive a Stock Market Correction

Friday brought on major selling in the stock market, with the Dow Jones industrials down over 400 points and the S&P 500 down almost 50 points earlier in the ...
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Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Agilent, American Water, Apple, Biogen, Garmin, GoDaddy, Tilray, UBS, Walmart and More

Stocks were higher marginally earlier in Thursday's indications but then ticked lower closer to the opening bell. With the Dow Jones industrial average having risen about 3,000 points from its ...
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