Exelon Corp. (EXC)

44.83
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NASDAQ : Utilities
Prev Close 44.63
Open 44.80
Day Low/High 44.51 / 44.95
52 Wk Low/High 43.10 / 51.18
Volume 724.42K
Avg Volume 6.01M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 972.11M
Market Cap 43.08B
EPS 2.10
P/E Ratio 18.78
Div & Yield 1.45 (3.23%)

Exelon upgraded at Wells

Stuck in Neutral

Stuck in Neutral

We are slightly overbought, but not so much so as to give a strong sell signal.

A Huge Gas Gamble That Went Poof

A Huge Gas Gamble That Went Poof

Coal and nuclear powers bet big on rising prices that didn't.

Out of the Vortex

Out of the Vortex

There's turbulence ahead for the energy sector.

The Trader Daily

The Trader Daily

Bulls need to sustain a break above 1856 on the Es.

A Bizarro-World Market

A Bizarro-World Market

It's unnerving that almost every strong stock has a poorly performing company underneath it.

The Trader Daily

The Trader Daily

I can't bring myself to buy a ticket on the bull train.

Good Times in the Energy Sector

Good Times in the Energy Sector

But not everyone is celebrating.

SolarCity: Bolted Onto Your Roof for 30 Years

SolarCity: Bolted Onto Your Roof for 30 Years

Solar's the way to go, but not house by house.

Exelon Corp upgraded at Credit Suisse

NRG Is Poised for Positive Change

NRG Is Poised for Positive Change

The company manages its business to profit from nontraditional utility operations.

Exelon price target upped at UBS

A Respite from This Cranky Market

A Respite from This Cranky Market

The utilities sector is a good place to hide right now, and Exelon looks particularly promising.

Dominion, Duke Have Left the Building

Dominion, Duke Have Left the Building

Power plant deregulation may spur massive impairments and write-downs.

Welcome Back, Coal

Welcome Back, Coal

Now cheaper than natural gas, it is the fuel of choice for utilities. 

Power Incumbents Rule

Power Incumbents Rule

The lack of financing plus debt and equity ratios power established energy companies.

Step On the Gas for Nuclear and Coal

Step On the Gas for Nuclear and Coal

Higher fuel prices mean higher revenue for Exelon, Entergy and NRG.

Dominion: Creating Long-Term Value

Dominion: Creating Long-Term Value

The company is repositioning for stable and healthy earnings.

Easing the Pain Points

Easing the Pain Points

Combating three pressures that could weigh down a portfolio.

Looking for Energy in All the Wrong Places

Looking for Energy in All the Wrong Places

North American energy prices are at the mercy of the nation's infrastructure.

Where Were You When the Nation's Power Ran Out?

Where Were You When the Nation's Power Ran Out?

U.S. power vanished because grid managers failed to plan, or their plan failed.

Rounding Up Utility Losers of 2013

Rounding Up Utility Losers of 2013

FirstEnergy lost 16% in 2013, but big changes are ahead.

Pull the Plug on Entergy

Pull the Plug on Entergy

Headwinds could hurt shareholders in 2014 and beyond.

Exelon Is Perfectly Positioned

Exelon Is Perfectly Positioned

Three shifts are painting a brighter picture for its revenues.

When D.C. Is Not the Problem

When D.C. Is Not the Problem

The root cause for more regulation appears to be individual states.

Surprises From the Energy Front

Surprises From the Energy Front

A dearth of power plants could be good news for big-fleet generators.

Not All Utilities Are Alike

Not All Utilities Are Alike

Different utility types are engaged in completely different businesses.

Don't Believe This Balderdash on Electric Costs

Prices are not, in fact, spiking for most Americans.

A Huge Carve-Out for Solar Energy

A Huge Carve-Out for Solar Energy

Numerous state laws mean built-in solar demand for the next decade