3 Dividend Stocks Betting Bigger on Natural Gas

If you're like most investors, you probably feel like you got left out of the natural gas rush. Stocks soared, early shareholders made bank, and now the natural gas sector is overpriced and inaccessible.

Except it's not. While pure play natural gas stocks have taken the spotlight, lesser-known utility dividend stocks like The AES Corporation , Duke Energy Corporation , and Dominion Resources  are still adding to their natural gas portfolios.

With decent valuations and steady dividends, these stocks could prove even more profitable in the long run. Check out the slideshow below for these companies' latest natural gas additions -- it's not too late to make your own natural gas dividend stock investment.


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The smartest investors know that dividend stocks like AES, Dominion, and Duke simply crush their non-dividend paying counterparts over the long term. They also know that a well-constructed dividend portfolio creates wealth steadily, while still allowing you to sleep like a baby. Knowing how valuable such a portfolio might be, our top analysts put together a report on a group of high-yielding stocks that should be in any income investor's portfolio. To see our free report on these stocks, just click here now.

The article 3 Dividend Stocks Betting Bigger on Natural Gas originally appeared on Fool.com.

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