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Investments traditionally considered safe bets such as utilities, gold and government bonds were supposed to flop in 2014 as investors started to pour money into higher-risk, higher-growth stocks that would benefit from a pickup in the economy.
Investors buy utilities when they are worried about stock market volatility or the outlook for economic growth.
Typically, utility stocks rise less than others when the overall market is climbing, but they fall less when prices are down.
The dividend yield, a measure of a company's dividend compared with its stock price, is 3.6 percent for utility companies in the S&P 500.
Quality sound effects can make a great movie even greater
YouTube user Hudson Hongo redubbed Star Wars, replacing the original sound effects with his own onomatopoetic version. Now Star Wars fans can enjoy the battle between Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi with plenty of beeps, boops and pew-pews filling in for the original sound
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Even without its legendary sound effects, Star Wars is still entertaining to watch.
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The latest Silicon Valley arms race is a contest to build the best artificial brains. Facebook, Google and other leading tech companies are jockeying to hire top scientists in the field of artificial intelligence, while spending heavily on a quest to make computers think more like people.