It will benefit big time from rising natural gas prices and the shale boom, pays a generous dividend, and is a bargain compared to its peers.
Business development companies offer high-dividend yields and funds that focus on them offer investors the broadest possible exposure.
That exclusivity is one reason shares of this company are up a market-beating 40% this year.
Investors don't have to settle for low returns -- if they're willing to do a little homework.
These companies are in the sweet spot of a major economic trend.
When it comes to efficiency gains, a watt saved is a watt earned.
It's a good time to remember Buffett's golden rule.
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