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Rekha Khandelwal

Rekha Khandelwal

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Rekha Khandelwal, CFA, is a long-term investor with a special focus on energy stocks. Rekha holds a master's in finance and has worked as a financial consultant. When she isn't writing, she can be found traveling to a new city or country.

Recent articles

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My Top Renewable Energy Stock to Buy in December

Here's one renewable energy stock you'll surely want to add to your portfolio before the year ends.


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Forget Fuel Cells, Solar Is a Better Way to Invest in Renewable Energy

There are numerous factors that give solar energy a definite edge over hydrogen fuel cells.


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Got $3000? Here Are 2 Solar Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Long Term

These two top solar stocks have the potential to generate impressive returns.


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These 3 Value Stocks Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

The dirt-cheap valuation of these stocks doesn't make sense.


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Are Energy Stocks Ready for a Revival?

Things could finally be improving for this unloved sector.

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1 Renewable Energy Stock to Buy and 1 to Avoid

Not all renewable energy stocks are equal.


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2 Dividend Stocks Under $20 to Consider Buying Right Now

These two energy sector stocks offer attractive yields that look sustainable.


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Is Enbridge a Great Dividend Stock?

Is the stock's high yield a red flag or an attractive income opportunity?


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Why These Two Dividend Stocks Look Like Compelling Buys

Here are two low-hanging fruits to add to your income portfolio.


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3 Top Energy Stocks to Consider Buying Right Now

These three energy stocks have fallen significantly due to sector headwinds. But they look better positioned to recover, benefiting investors.

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Is SolarEdge Technologies a Great Growth Stock?

The solar power industry components specialist had a rough third quarter.


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ExxonMobil Is Doing Everything Possible to Save Its Dividend

Maintaining its dividend is one of ExxonMobil's top priorities. But will the company be able to do it?


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ONEOK Earnings Show Its Dividend Is Safe for Now

The company's strong performance paves the way for much-needed deleveraging.


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Better Buy: Brookfield Infrastructure Partners vs. Kinder Morgan

One of the two stocks looks like a better buy today.


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Where Will Plug Power Be in 5 Years?

The company could be in a slightly stronger position than today. But does that make the stock a buy?

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Love Dividends? 2 Stocks You Might Want to Buy

A fast food giant and a Canadian energy company look promising for dividend lovers.


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5 High-Yield Dividend Stocks to Watch

These five dividend stocks offer a compelling risk-reward profile.


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Better Buy: ExxonMobil vs. Dow Inc.

Financial discipline goes a long way in challenging times.


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Why I'll Never Own Energy Transfer Stock

The stock is offering a remarkably high yield -- for a reason.


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3 Stocks to Buy with Dividends Yielding More than 6%

The share price declines that pushed these energy sector companies' yields higher don't appear justified, and their payouts look secure.