Q&A: Why Investors Should Consider Infrastructure

To improve America’s poor Infrastructure score, the current administration’s proposed infrastructure bill has garnered support. It recommends committing and investing over $2 trillion to improve the country’s infrastructure—like roadways, bridges, and public transportation—through the next eight years. Some experts suggest investors would also benefit from investing in the infrastructure. First, the plan will expand well beyond the initial infrastructure components to include other elements like potable water, education, broadband, and communication networks. Second, infrastructure asset owners/operators have offered reasonable yields some investors may like, considering 10-year U.S. Treasury bonds currently generate a paltry 2%. Learn more by reading the article.

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