NextEra Energy has a very attractive long-term growth profile. But it’s quite vulnerable to a selloff if the sky-high expectations baked into the share price are punctured. One good alternative is its NextEra Energy Partners (NYSE: NEP) unit. The dividend is two percentage points higher with an identical PG&E bankruptcy-proof long-term growth rate.
Even in a bull market that’s gone this high for this long, value and opportunity can be found. Here are two energy companies that offer strong businesses but haven’t yet convinced other investors of their full worth.
The near- to intermediate-term future looks bright for utility stocks and the sector’s prospects for earnings and dividend growth. However, with the Dow Jones Utility Average making new highs, investors must consider how much of this good news the market has priced in to sector favorites.
Passive investment has had a dramatic effect on bond funds. And while that’s meant higher prices and lower yields for many, four in our coverage universe offer solid management, performance, and income.
Over the past couple weeks, the entire Lifelong Income Portfolio reported second-quarter numbers and management teams delivered guidance for the rest of the year. That makes now an ideal time to evaluate where each of our recommended companies stands.
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