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The Company through its traditional operating companies, provides electric service in four Southeastern states.
Has been a solid preformer for years, will be now and in future
going with a cramer hunch
Solid long term investment. Trading at a discount relative to near term PE valuations
interest rates rising.
SO seems to do well generating electricity & dividends.
Lower cost than peers; population growth
With more nuclear and coal plants, cost of producing. Kw hour is going to be higher going fwd. has a great dividend, and is the best of industry 4 years running by a rating company
can 30 stocks randomly picked from a bag of scrabble tiles beat the market? there's only one way to find out.
stability in still uncertain waters.
The Dividend and the large size of this company alone will continue to make Southern a winning stock to keep for dividend income investors!
This has been a steady producer since its begining. Steadily increasing the didvidend.
Electricity demand is increasing as record temperatures are recorded this past year, and most likely again next year.
Yield 4.1%. YOC 6.2%. DGR 3.8%. PE 18. Normal PE 16. EPS Growth 3.5%. 10 year Dividend Contender. Currently overvalued. Position held in Brokerage account. Taking cash dividends to invest in better value.
GREAT LONG TERM STOCK WITH A GOOD DIVIDEND PLAY
I started investing in SO stock in 1976. Throughout the years Southern has performed admirably in terms of increased dividends, value and growth. From some of SO Dividends I had purchased other stocks that added healthy growth to my portfolio. Presently, about 80% of my IRA distribution (I'm 71+ years old) come from SO dividends. Also, about 70% of my taxable investment account (approximately $460,000) was accumulated from the sale and dividends of SO stock. No wonder SO is given a five-star rating by the Motley Fool.
As soon as the housing market in the south turns around energy demand will rise. Good dividend
We are heading for a masive collapse of the major "investment banks and there can be no "bailout" by governments and taxpayers form that catastrophe.
More cash per share and less debt would be nice, but overall seems to be a good stock. Solid dividend, would say probably 1.5% of portfolio.
Solid company all around. The last thing people and businesses stop paying is the electric bill.
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