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5 Dividend Growth Stocks Powered by Unstoppable Megatrends

23h investorplace
Dividend Aristocrats – those companies that have improved their payouts annually for 50 years or more – have a mixed reputation. Sure, they’re great for dividend growth, but the likes of The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO) and Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE:PG) give off the impression that price returns can be difficult to come by. (31-0)

AWK / American Water Works Co., Inc. - Stock Institutional Ownership and Shareholders -

American Water Works Co., Inc. (NYSE:AWK) has 652 institutional investors and shareholders that have filed 13D/G or 13F forms with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC). These institutions hold a total of 146,781,679 shares. Largest shareholders include Vanguard Group Inc, BlackRock Inc., State Street Corp, Bank Of America Corp /de/, Price T Rowe Associates Inc /md/, Pictet Asset Management Ltd, Northern Trust Corp, Deutsche Bank Ag\, Wells Fargo & Company/mn, and Norges Bank. (217-0)

5 Defensive Stocks Holding Up in Friday’s Extreme Volatility

2018-02-09 247wallst
Over the course of the last few trading days, we have seen the return of volatility and some serious carnage in the markets. To kick off this week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1,175 points, the largest single-day point loss in the history of the index. Monday and Thursday were easily two of the worst trading days that anyone has seen in a long time, but on the other hand Tuesday and Friday were incredibly positive days. (70-0)

Buy Nvidia - Cramer's Lightning Round (2/8/18)

2018-02-09 seekingalpha
Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Thursday, February 8. (98-1)

5 Defensive Stocks Holding Up During the Selling Pressure

2018-02-08 247wallst
Over the past week, we have seen serious carnage in the markets. To kick off this week, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 1,175 points, the largest single-day point loss in the history of the index. Since then, the markets picked up on Tuesday and were relatively flat Wednesday, but Thursday has been an entirely different story. (84-0)

15 Defensive Stocks That Will Survive the Stock Market Meltdown

2018-02-06 247wallst
Monday, February 5, 2018, was one of the most brutal trading days since the 2010 flash crash, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average sold off rapidly with over a 1,000 point collapse, which was the worst one-day drop in terms of points. Similar to the rapid drop in 2010, the market lost 1,175 points on Monday to close at 24,345 and at one point the Dow went just under 24,000 in late afternoon trading. (160-0)

10 Retirement Stocks That You Should Already Own | InvestorPlace

2018-01-30 investorplace
Some might ask, why are you investing so prudently now? Most investors say they want to build the biggest nest egg they can to fund the best possible retirement when that time comes. Once that day arrives, then they’ll change their portfolio to focus less on growth and more on income. (299-1)

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: Akamai, Barclays, Chevron, Duke Energy, Expedia, First Solar, Kinder Morgan, Netflix and More

2018-01-11 247wallst
Stocks were indicated higher on Thursday after regulators watered down the notion that China would stop buying U.S. debt. The bull market is now less than two months shy of nine years old, and the trend that keeps on working is to buy pullbacks. Now investors are looking at how to position themselves for 2018 and beyond with tax reform and accelerated earnings and GDP growth driving the interest. Those same investors are also looking for new ideas. (172-2)

Best ETFs for 2018: Powershares Water Resource Portfolio Is a Pack Leader | InvestorPlace

2018-01-10 investorplace
This article is a part of InvestorPlace’s Best ETFs for 2018 contest. James Brumley’s pick for the contest is Powershares Water Resource Portfolio (NASDAQ:PHO). (20-0)

Top Analyst Upgrades and Downgrades: American Water Works, JB Hunt, Ford, GM, AstraZeneca and More

2017-12-29 247wallst
Stocks hit all-time highs many times during 2017, and the last trading day of the year seems to be off to a strong start. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is up about 25% and the S&P 500 is up about 20%, if you include dividends. Now investors have to weigh what will come to pass in 2018, noting that they have been rewarded over and over for buying the dips at the same time that the bull market is almost nine years old. (212-0)

Stocks To Watch: Investors Eye 2018 Picks

2017-12-09 seekingalpha
Welcome to the first edition of Seeking Alpha's Stocks to Watch - a preview of key events scheduled for the next week. Follow this account and turn on the e-mail alert on to receive this article in your inbox every Saturday morning. (1928-34)

York Water (YORW) Rewards Investors With 4% Dividend Hike

2017-11-24 zacks
The York Water Company (YORW - Free Report) stuck to its habit of dividend hikes, with the board of directors now approving a 4% increase in quarterly dividend. The new dividend of 16.66 cents will be paid on Jan 16, 2018 to the shareholders of record as of Dec 29, 2017. The annual dividend will be 66.64 cents, reflecting a yield of 1.85%, marginally higher than the S&P 500’s 1.82% yield. Long History of Dividend Payment The York Water Company has been rewarding its shareholders with payouts for more than 200 years now, arguably boasting the longest record of regular dividend payment to its stockholders. (23-0)

Here's Why You Should Hold on to American Water (AWK) Stock

2017-11-22 zacks
Shares of American Water Works Company (AWK - Free Report) have outperformed the Zacks Water Supply industry’s rally in the last 12 months. The company’s shares have returned 22.2% compared with the industry’s gain of 20.3%. The water and wastewater infrastructure is outdated and a massive investment is required to upgrade and expand the existing system. American Water Works aims to invest $6.7-$7. (82-0)

Valuation Dashboard: Utilities - Update

2017-11-10 seekingalpha
This article series provides a monthly dashboard of industries in each sector of the GICS classification. It compares valuation and quality factors relative to their historical averages in each industry. (34-0)

'Keys To Success' American Water Works' Rise To The Top

2017-11-10 seekingalpha
With the nation's drinking water and wastewater infrastructure in shambles, AWK is doing its part to fix the problem. (49-0)

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