What's driving down shares of utilities such as Exelon and FirstEnergy?
An energy spinoff and two dividend-paying utilities stocks end as the worst performers in the stock market today
This century-old fuel is still what keeps your lights burning bright.
PPL is bidding farewell to competitive energy -- and good riddance.
Atlantic Power offers investors a mouth-watering yield of 11.2%. Fundamental problems with the company indicate that there is no room for dividend growth but management is working hard to correct these. This article examines Atlantic Power's progress and compares it to an excellent, high-yielding alternative.
While the weather had a big impact on the first quarter Consolidated Edison, FirstEnergy Corp and Exelon Corporation weathered that storm with ease. Can they do the same with a different storm brewing on the horizon?
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.
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.
Will Exelon continue to rally in the near future? Does its current valuation make the stock worth holding?
40 more megawatts of renewable energy.