Investing in the railroad industry has traditionally been seen as a way to play economic recoveries. But a research note from Standard & Poor’s suggests railroads may be a good bet even in this uncertain economy.

The rail freight business is “less economically sensitive than many believe,” S&P equity analyst Kevin Kirkeby writes in a new research report issued this week.

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