Let's check out the charts of the N.J.-based utility.
The environment for these firms is not only friendlier at the federal level, but far friendlier at the corporate and investment levels.
The consistent annual dividend increases by this quartet even during bad times make them good income-investing bets going forward.
This utility has increased its dividend for over 40 years.
Alkaline Water Company is making me look all wet. But, still, I see good things flowing downstream.
Here's how traders could approach AEP.
For investors seeking value, growth and income potential - and to sleep better at night - the utility space warrants attention.
While I have a couple reservations about some divergences, overall, the charts of NEE look constructive.
Chatham Lodging Trust, Summit Materials and Vistra Corp. all have seen their CEOs add to their holdings in these companies.
One of the first things to do when the market starts showing signs of weakness is to look for areas ignored during the rally phase.