Currently, utilities are known for their strong dividend paying ability. Almost as if they are a fixed income producing asset. This leads me into the one dividend aristocrat that catches my eye – Consolidated Edison.
I am a huge history guy and love the wealth that was created from the late 1800s and early 1900s. Thomas Edison definitely was a founding father of this old wealth that continues to transpire and “light” our economy today. I understand utilities, I know how they physically work and I know what benefit and value it provides: Providing energy to fuel the day-to-day of operations. Let’s think big businesses, industries, etc., all the way to our entertainment platforms and this stems into our very own households. The need is and for now – will always be there, therefore, this is a very used product that will always be used. Continue reading