if you are in this long term for the dividend, it is a great buy at these prices. people are not going to stop using electricity. sure your principal will go down on the rate increases but like I said. if you are in it for the great dividend you will come out ahead in the long run.
Interest sensitive stocks will go down after a rate hike and then things will even out. That is just the way it is. I believe it will hurt the bond market for a long while.
Just imagine the damage once the FED actually raises interest rates, seems theses days the only profitable way to make money is invest in the Clinton Foundation, sure to flourish once she is anointed
it does not matter how strong a company is , if there is a threat of interest rates going up utility stocks go down.i personally think it is getting a bit overdone
Native Man: Don't worry. You can never tell if a stock will go up or down, from one day to the next. On a 52 week basis, you got a good price. You are in this for steady dividends. + you will get capital appreciation.