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Its management shakeup was ugly, but this is a solid, dividend-paying holding.
Too many investors have crowded into this trade, and it's not a bargain right now.
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
After its merger with Progress Energy, it discovers that a nuclear plant's repair bill is escalating.
Duke Energy shows us that even in this safe sector, stock-picking is essential.
The dividend-yield trade is getting crowded, P/Es are high, and regulators can be wild cards.
Here is this past week's roundup of the dumbest events in the financial world.
North Carolina's Utility Commission has now weighed in on the company's self-inflicted leadership crisis.
How Duke's board deals with its self-inflicted crisis will determine the company's future.
Jim Cramer says don't worry about the boardroom drama at Duke Energy and take advantage of this pullback in the stock.
Lindsey Bell and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, revealhow to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
Ken Himmler, President of Integrated Asset Management, is a bear on the market with specific strategies on how to successfully invest in that type of environment.
Does the power company have the wherewithal to build a new nuclear power plant once it gets regulatory approval?
Few politicians understand the fundamental principles of energy production, delivery or consumption.
Many blame excessive federal regulation, but the main culprit is low natural gas prices.
ITC Holdings is stepping up its operation of transmission lines, which come with a regulatory benefit.
Congress has approved construction for much-needed, nuclear plants, but it needs to clean up its underlying energy policies.
Now that the crowd has caught on, dividend stocks are no longer cheap, and they certainly don't appear safe to me.
Terrific companies with great outlooks and a dividend don't seem to matter in the current market.
Some mergers will have the power to pass, while others will likely have the plug pulled on them.
These companies are often considered boring, but their steady yield is becoming more valuable.
SMRs can produce safe, economic and reliable power to serve the grid's base load at a more affordable price.
Powerful incentives to invest in solar and wind power may die because politicians don't understand why they're good for America.