In April, renewable energy surpassed coal in the U.S. grid, which is why this coal company continues expanding away from the dirty fuel.
Still in the midst of a corporate overhaul, is this energy company worth owning today, or are investors better off sitting out this transition?
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Renewable energy is an important and growing opportunity, but what price are you willing to pay to be involved?
These hated high-yield stocks have incredible dividend histories and conservative finances. Here's why you should love them
The giant utility has gotten a big project back on track, but have investors already priced in the good news?
Star Bulk Carriers is expanding its fleet and upgrading its ships. Is it worth jumping aboard?
Oil and gas investments are out of favor today, but this trio stands out from the pack for safety and yield.
Preserving the environment is one goal, but utilities are in business to make money. Here's why renewable power investing may be riskier than you think.
After working through bankruptcy court, Arch Coal and Peabody Energy are joining forces in this coal region. Here's why.
These two companies are hitting the accelerator on growth plans in very different markets, but the risks here may not be as they seem.
The utility sector has done well so far in 2019, but Duke Energy has severely lagged its peers. What's going on?
Finding a 5% yield in a world where the S&P is offering less than 2% doesn't need to come with massive risk. Here's the proof.
It needs a solid foundation, and Alphabet, Pfizer, and W.P. Carey have proven their worth over time.
The economic expansion is getting long in the tooth, which should worry anyone investing in the leasing industry.
GE is working from a position of weakness. Most investors would be better off looking at Eaton, which is working from a position of strength.
These two energy industry stocks look cheap -- and they have solid balance sheets backing fat dividend yields.
It's a face-off with a small-market-cap midstream player with a bigger dividend on one side, and an energy giant with a less attractive payout on the other.
Income investors love high-yield stocks, but you need to be on the lookout for dividend cuts. Here are some clues that there's trouble brewing.
Two growth stocks putting up great results and another that's out of favor but still delivering -- here's a trio you need to look at right now.