Algonquin ups its dividend

ALGONQUIN POWER & UTILITIES $18.57, is a #1 Buy for 2021. The utility (Toronto symbol AQN; Shares o/s: 611.8 million; Market cap: $11.3 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Extra Risk; Divd. yield: 4.2%; www.algonquinpower.com) has two businesses: Liberty Power produces electricity from 39 clean-energy plants in North… Read More

Dividend Advisor Hotline – Friday, May 14, 2021

ALGONQUIN POWER & UTILITIES CORP., $18.60, Toronto symbol AQN, is a buy.

Algonquin has two main businesses: the Regulated Services Group provides regulated electricity, gas, water distribution and wastewater collection services to 1.9 million customers in Canada, the U.S., Chile and Bermuda; and the Renewable Power… Read More

These renewals offer income and growth

With their clean, renewable power, these two companies have strong conceptual appeal for investors. But just as important—especially in the wake of the coronavirus—they have stable cash flows from their diverse mix of hydroelectric, wind and solar power. That diversity, plus their long-term contracts, will… Read More

These green utilities offer steady dividends

Governments continue to encourage the construction of new renewable projects. That makes green power utilities a great source of steady income for dividend seekers. Moreover, institutional investors are increasingly buying stocks with high ESG (environmental, social and governance) scores. That rising interest only heightens the… Read More

These actively managed ETFs hold appeal

Exchange-traded funds have traditionally offered investors three main advantages: ease of trading, low fees, and transparency. We still believe passively managed ETFs—which simply track benchmark indexes—do the best job of meeting those goals. However, actively managed ETFs, where fund managers tinker with their holdings to… Read More