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A holding company for regulated utilities and other unregulated businesses.
Sold TE. No dividend growth. Could not keep pace with S&P 500.
First, there was no dividend increase this year - not even a duped minimum one. In addition, there was the NMG aquisition, where I fail to see any remarkable future growth prospects as well es any synergies. Nobody really wants to die and much less live there. On top of this, there is the rather less timied - or up to ones taste more foolhary approach to finance the deal, which eventually may require a dividend cut.
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TECO Energy, Inc. has a solid customer base and diversified holdings that give it a broad and stable foundation to continue earning into the future.
Energy is always in demand and this is great COmpany with good eanring and pays a great dividend
energy is going to be a great pick
Stock has lagged the merket for utilities in Florida. It has good earnings and great dividend.
I like energy plays. I like this more that is a holding company for energy companies.
buy for 20% gain
#48 yield in S & P 500 as of 04/01/08.
Electric, and gas company that's serving Tampa area. It's revenue and customers are growing
Fundamentals are showing improvement
This CAPS account is tracking the 200 highest yielding S&P stocks.
good stable client base in Tampa area, good dividend growth, automatic dividend reinvest without adding to cost basis.
I think this is a good utility...still cheap and great dividend
Good dividend at 4.9% and at a solid floor. The cycle is due to come back up. Meanwhile they are positioning themselves to use abundant biomass (as is Alliant) as a very cost effective means of reducing carbon emissions. (see http://www.treepower.org/faq/air.html) This head start will become more meaningful as some sort of carbon cap/trade or tax gets implemented (as one surely will be over the next several years). On the downside: they are playing around with coal to liquid syngas in their coal side of the business. This is a dead end that may promote energy independence but does so at the expense of greenhouse gas increases. Fed support of it is pandering that will eventually die. Better to press for the Feds to heavily promote PHEVs which would significantly reduce greenhouse gases while still promoting energy independence/national security.Even more clever than biomass cofiring, btw, is NRG's playing around with algae bioreactors, sequestering CO2 in oil-rich algae at the stack and processing it into useful products including biofuels.Compared to other means of carbon reduction in existing coal-fired plants (the bulk of US energy production), like sequestration and pumping into old oil fields or under the ocean floor, these methods are simple, effective, elegant, and cheap.A good one to buy now and check on it in five years.
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