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Low Debt Utilities With High Dividend Yield

Posted by D4L | Friday, September 02, 2011 | | 0 comments »

Best Yielding Utility stocks with Low Debt ratios by Dividend Yield - Stock, Capital, Investment. Utilities are wonderful investments. They have a huge consumer loyalty, generate stable cash flows and pay high dividends. A big disadvantage of utilities is beside the limited growth perspective, the high debt structure of the sector. Yes, utilities are capital intensive.

If you look at large capitalized utilities, you find out that most of them (58.3 percent) have a long-term debt to equity ratio of more than one. This is a high value if you compare it with figures from the large cap consumer goods sector (21.3 percent) or the service sector (15.8 percent).

Source: Long-term Investments

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