Buying utility stocks in rising rate environment


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matt noone

I have identified three solid utility companies that have dividend
yields in the 5.6 to 6.6 range. The money I plan to invest is extra
money that I probably won't need for years, but I want it kept
relatively safe and do not want to invest it in the general market. I
am considering purchasing one or more of these stocks, but am
concerned how electric uility stocks fare in a rising rate
environment. Does anybody have any experience or knowledge, or know
of any papers or articles discussing the topic?
 

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