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© Reuters. DTE Energy vs. Brookfield Infrastructure: Which Utility’s Stock is a Better Buy?

Utility stocks are stable and should be a top choice for investors because of their low volatility. In addition, President Biden’s Infrastructure bill should help drive the sector’s growth. We believe Brookfield Infrastructure (NYSE) and DTE Energy(DTE) should both benefit. What stock do you think is the best buy? Learn more. Brookfield Infrastructure Corporation (BIPC), owns and manages regulated transmission networks in Brazil. New York City-based company is also involved in electricity distribution and regulated gas operations in the United Kingdom. DTE Energy Company, based in Detroit, Mich. participates in utility operations. There are five main segments of the company: Electric; Gas, Gas Storage and Pipelines, Power and Industrial Projects and Energy Trading.

Utility companies are those that offer water, electricity and natural-gas services. Other industries suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic, but the utility sector was not affected because there was no demand.

The current volatility in markets, which is largely due to high inflation rates and COVID-19 case resurgence, could make it a good time to start investing in utilities. Also, President Biden’s recently passed $1 trillion infrastructure bill is expected to boost the utility industry’s growth in the coming years. Both BIPC, and DTE could benefit.

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Mike Robinson
Mike covers the financial, utilities and biotechnology sectors for Street Register. He has been writing about investment and personal finance topics for almost 12 years. Mike has an MBA in Finance from Wake Forest University.