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Investing | May 01, 2014

1 Risky Utility to Avoid and 1 Safer Alternative

Income investors like utilities for high and secure yields. This article points out a dangerous utility with a sky-high, but stagnant yield and one alternative that's likely to crush the market in the long run.

Investing | April 01, 2014

Why Even the Supreme Court Can't Fix Your 401(k)

The highest court in the nation is considering taking a case on fees in your retirement plan, but regardless of the decision, you'll still have to be wary of your employer.

Investing | March 25, 2014

What Is Pulling up This Utility Stock?

Will Exelon continue to rally in the near future? Does its current valuation make the stock worth holding?

Investing | March 07, 2014

Duke Energy Buys 2 California Solar Farms

40 more megawatts of renewable energy.

Investing | February 27, 2014

FirstEnergy Corp. Earnings: Can a Dying Dividend Deliver Growth?

FirstEnergy Corp. just slashed its dividend -- is it headed for better times ahead?

Investing | February 25, 2014

Exelon Stock's 3 Worst Nightmares

Exelon stock is up for 2014, but the nuclear company still has natural gas, wind, and clean coal enemies ahead.

Investing | February 22, 2014

SolarCity Corp. Earnings: What to Expect Monday

The residential-solar specialist is enjoying its day in the sun, but will growth keep shining on shareholders?

Beginning Investing | February 22, 2014

How the Inflation Rate Affects Your Wealth

Knowing the basics of the inflation rate is crucial to understanding why you should invest.

Investing | February 11, 2014

Is This Utility Stock Worth Owning?

Will FirstEnergy recover from its recent tumble? Does its current valuation justify owning the stock?

Investing | February 07, 2014

This Powerful German Industry Is in Desperate Need of Government Assistance. Is America Next?

Germany has invested heavily in renewable energy production, but the investments have increased the volatility of the nation's energy generation. The government is now seeking to subsidize fossil fuels to steady the grid. Yes, you read that right.

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