Railroad companies operate railroad track and/or trains. They generally transport cargo or passengers, many times over great distances. Railroad companies are generally stable, established corporations that offer lower-than-average dividend yields. Railroads are also part of the “transports” sector that is traditionally used as a gauge of the overall economy.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|ARII||American Railcar Industries||3.95%||$40.55||$1.60||42.52||34.3|
|CNI||Canadian National Railway Company||2.16%||$84.14||$1.82||85.73||70.59|
|CP||Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.||1.42%||$183.35||$2.60||188.8||150.91|
|GSH||Guangshen Railway Co., Ltd. ADR (Sponsored) |
|KSU||Kansas City Southern||1.32%||$108.72||$1.44||114.91||89.98|
|PWX||Providence & Worchester RR||0.00%||$25.03||$0.00||25.03||12.5|
|USDP||USD Partners LP |
|WAB||Westinghouse Air Brakes Technologies||0.50%||$96.66||$0.48||95.54||69.2|
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