Water utility companies provide drinking water and wastewater services for residential, commercial, and industrial sectors on municipal, state, and federal levels. Many times, these are natural monopolies and are stable, established corporations. These companies generally pay average to slightly above average dividend yields.
|Stock Symbol||Company Name||DARS™ Rating||Current Yield||Current Price||Annual Dividend||52-Week High||52-Week Low|
|AWK||American Water Works Company||2.19%||$82.99||$1.82||92.37||74.84|
|AWR||American States Water||1.83%||$55.69||$1.02||60.0||44.08|
|CTWS||Connecticut Water Services||1.96%||$63.83||$1.25||69.72||48.86|
|CWT||California Water Services Group||1.84%||$40.75||$0.75||46.15||33.45|
|GWRS||Global Water Resources, Inc.||3.07%||$9.23||$0.28||10.0||8.4|
|MSEX||Middlesex Water Co.||2.08%||$42.97||$0.90||46.74||32.81|
|WTR||Aqua America Inc.||2.35%||$34.82||$0.82||39.55||31.18|
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