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Enough top-performing CAPS investors have turned bullish on Duke Energy
As one of the largest electric power holding companies in the U.S., Duke Energy prides itself on its ability to keep prices stable and competitive for its customers. It is also making big moves to go green with about 100 wind turbines it picked up from General Electric
Pursuing efficient expansion, Duke initiated a statewide “smart meter” project in Indiana, a move similar to one Exelon
The company continues to post strong numbers, with second-quarter earnings of $351 million. With a good track record, 95% of CAPS members rating Duke Energy remain bullish.
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