Mike the PhD

Cash In On The Critical Necessities With This Undervalued Stock

With the specter of rising rates scaring many investors these days, it's worth stepping back and looking at what kind of investments endure over time. The problem for investors looking for yield, but trying to avoid the damage of rising Fed rates, is that most of these investments are already priced very richly. As such, investors can benefit from looking beyond traditional dividend yielders like telecoms and utilities. One such time-tested, but overlooked investment play is infrastructure investments.

Municipalities around the country facing big budget holes in the last few years have looked for opportunities to sell off parking lots, toll roads, even airports to investment funds which then own, and operate the assets charging consumers tolls and fees in...

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