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It's unnerving that almost every strong stock has a poorly performing company underneath it.
The company manages its business to profit from nontraditional utility operations.
The utilities sector is a good place to hide right now, and Exelon looks particularly promising.
Power plant deregulation may spur massive impairments and write-downs.
The lack of financing plus debt and equity ratios power established energy companies.
Higher fuel prices mean higher revenue for Exelon, Entergy and NRG.
North American energy prices are at the mercy of the nation's infrastructure.
U.S. power vanished because grid managers failed to plan, or their plan failed.
A dearth of power plants could be good news for big-fleet generators.
Prices are not, in fact, spiking for most Americans.
Numerous state laws mean built-in solar demand for the next decade