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It was another question-packed session in January as AE, CE and UF readers peppered your humble editor during the monthly subscriber chat.
Traditional safe havens lagged the broader market in 2013 as fear receded and interest rates surged, though both groups posted double-digit total return figures.
We look back at recent history to get a flavor for what’s ahead for US and global markets.
It’s a monthly event for Utility Forecaster, Canadian Edge and Australian Edge subscribers: an opportunity to grill the chief investment strategist about specific recommendations, industry trends and/or macroeconomic issues.
Balance-sheet repair, debt reduction and asset optimization have been prioritized over growth and dividends. It’s time to answer hard questions.
What happens with Congress, “continuing resolutions” and a budget deal is mere prelude to the disasters that could accompany a failure to compromise on increasing the US federal borrowing limit.
Verizon Communications Inc (NYSE: VZ) has finally reached an agreement to buy out Vodafone Group Plc's (London: VOD, NSDQ: VOD) 45 percent stake in the Verizon Wireless joint venture. It's costly, but it gives Verizon 100 percent ownership of the biggest mobile services provider in the US and all the benefits data-demand-driven growth.
Simple strategies that can help you zero in on the best dividend stocks for your portfolio—and avoid the ones that are headed for disaster.
Longtime Utility Forecaster Portfolio Holding Atlantic Power Corp (TSX: ATP, NYSE: AT) is trading just above its all-time lows on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange. Are the risks skewed to the downside or the upside?
Top- and bottom-line numbers for utility companies have been a mixed bag thus far. Though support for current dividend rates is solid, managers must begin to account for a new paradigm.