S&P 500 Utilities Sector SPDR (XLU)
$58.05 0.39 (0.67%)
15:38 EDT XLU Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $57.66
Market Cap 8.85B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.29M
Day's Range 57.65 - 58.41
52-Week Range 43.44 - 71.10
Dividend & Yield 1.81 (3.12%)
XLU Stock Predictions, Articles, and S&P 500 Utilities Sector SPDR News
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Although broader markets may continue to be volatilie in the rest of the year, these five hot stocks to buy should be on your shopping list.
Sector ETFs and industry funds are different. The 11 sectors addressed in the S&P 500 are as follows (in order of weight in the index): technology, healthcare, consumer discretionary, communication services, financial services, industrials, consumer staples, utilities, real estate, energy and materials.
There's nowhere to hide, as the markets continue to tumble lower. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
The S&P 500 is climbing higher and higher, but specific high dividend-yielding stocks are driving those big gains.
As winter comes, bears are hibernating, giving way to a bull market. Want some evidence? Just look at the performance of small-cap stocks.
Here at the Cut, we urge you to take the time NOW to prepare your portfolio for the next bear. Don't wait until after the bear hits.
Stocks are slumping but not all assets are suffering from the smackdown. Here are three ETFs to buy offering refuge from the storm.
Rising volatility got you down? Utility stocks have a lot to offer investors these days. Here are five that a perfect for conservative portfolios.
Utility ETFs are some of the best ETFs to buy in tough times. Here are five that stand out from the crowd, while retaining the sector's general sense of safety.
Two weeks ago these SPDR ETFs told me that the rally was over. This is what they are telling me now. There are reasons to be bearish.
With August now upon us, not only is the overbought market vulnerable to profit-taking, the calendar is working against stocks as well. One average, the market loses ground rather than gains ground in the month of August, as well as for September.
To understand market moves, you need to understand what the underlying sectors are doing. These 6 SPDR ETFs and Amazon say the rally is over.
The classic equity sectors to hunt for yield have been defense, consumer staples, and utilities. Dividend stocks with huge yields can be found in the unloved energy sector as well. ET, DCP, and BP are the three high-yielding names to buy.
The XLU ETF has reached the upper end of its longer-term trading range, which means now is a good time to short it.
Economic growth is slowing, and these are some of the best ETFs for investors to consider for this shift of mode.
Certain price levels in the S&P 500 sector SPDRs are more important than others, and an awareness of this can lead to profitable trading.
As we move into April and beyond, these are some of the best ETFs to capitalize on overall and seasonal strength.
This morning, we're recommending a bullish trade on Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK).
From Seeking Alpha
Equitrans Midstream (NYSE:ETRN) -4% after-hours on news that North Carolina's Department of Environmental Quality denied a water quality certification for the Mountain Valley Pipeline's Southgate extension project.The state regulator cited uncertainty about the completion of the main pipeline that would connect to it, noting several permits associated with the main line have been suspended or are in litigation.Without the main pipeline, work on the extension project "could lead to unnecessary water quality impacts and disturbance," the DEP said.The 303-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline would bring gas from Appalachia into southern Virginia, where it would connect to the 75-mile Southgate extension to various delivery points in North Carolina.Mountain Valley is owned by units of Equitrans, NextEra Energy (NYSE:NEE), Consolidated Edison (NYSE:ED), AltaGas (OTCPK:ATGFF) and RGC Resources (NASDAQ:RGCO).
From Analyst Ratings
Today, a Director at Rgc Resources (RGCO – Research Report), John B. Williamson, bought shares of RGCO for $58.75K. Following John B. Williamson’s last RGCO Buy transaction on April 10, 2012, the stock climbed by 15.3%. This is Williamson’s first transaction since reporting a Buy transaction on LUNA back in February 2019 See today’s analyst