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Roger S. Conrad needs no introduction to individual and professional investors, many of whom have profited from his decades of experience uncovering the best dividend-paying stocks for accumulating sustainable wealth.

Roger Conrad built his reputation with Utility Forecaster, a publication he founded more than 20 years ago that has routinely ranked among the best investment newsletters in the Hulbert Financial Digest. The founder and former editor of MLP Profits and Canadian Edge, he’s also a sought-after expert on master limited partnerships (MLP) and former Canadian royalty trusts.

In April 2013, Roger Conrad reunited with long-time friend and colleague Elliott Gue, becoming co-editor of Energy & Income Advisor, a twice-monthly online newsletter that’s dedicated to uncovering the most profitable opportunities in the energy sector. Soon after, the two founded Capitalist Times, a financial advisory dedicated to helping do-it-yourself individual investors build wealth in both bull and bear markets.

Although the masthead may have changed, readers can count on Roger to deliver the same high-quality research and rational assessment of the best dividend-paying stocks that he has throughout his more than two decades of experience as a financial analyst.

Articles

A Changing of the Guard in Midstream MLPs

By Roger S. Conrad on Dec. 18, 2017
We understand investors’ pessimism toward MLPs. Including distributions, the Alerian MLP Index has performed poorly this year. Although sentiment toward midstream MLPs remains weak, the doom and gloom gives savvy investors an opportunity to lock in above-average yields on high-quality names that stand to benefit as US onshore oil and gas production takes market share over time.

Politics vs Economics: Wholesale Changes?

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 20, 2017
Utilities and regulators in many states have reached a consensus that coal is yesterday’s fuel. Operators will keep these power plants running as long as they remain economic, but NextEra Energy’s decision to close the St. John’s River facility suggests that their time may be short.

EEI Conference Preview: Electricity Markets and the War for Coal

By Roger S. Conrad on Oct. 18, 2017
The Trump administration has clearly gone all-in on turning the supposed war on coal into a war for coal, but the outcome will depend on electric utilities and power companies. We'll focus on the risks and opportunities associated with government intervention when we attend the Edison Electric Institute's financial conference in November.

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