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The electrics have been crackling, but the group has more downside risk than currently perceived.
Stocks ended Monday mixed as fears heading into tomorrow's Federal Reserve meeting kept trading choppy.
The former has had a nice run, but the latter offers better growth prospects and a lower valuation.
The generation and delivery of electric power is going through a transformation, according to Lynn Good, CEO and President of Duke Energy (DUK).
This 15-stock basket offers a stable and growing income stream along with appreciation potential.
Duke Energy's recent increase puts its payout at the high end of the industry range.
Policymakers may pay generators to hold on to nuclear and upgrade coal.
U.S. markets ended Wednesday close to where they started the day, pretty much flat.
Its power fleet uses a higher percentage of coal, but efficiency makes the difference.
Its regulated operations are stable, and its merchant utility business is bottoming out.
Enthusiasts are lining up on one side, and fundamental investors on the other.
NRG could easily swallow SolarCity and suck cash from sun panels.
A merger would make sense, but it would have to clear some high hurdles.