Use these key updates to build your returns: Innergex, J.P. Morgan Chase and Telus

INNERGEX RENEWABLE ENERGY INC. $21 is a buy. The company (Toronto symbol INE; High-Growth Dividend Payer Portfolio, Utilities sector; Shares outstanding: 174.6 million; Market cap: $3.7 billion; Dividend yield 3.4%; Dividend Sustainability Rating: Above Average; operates 37 hydroelectric plants, 32 wind farms and six solar power fields.
With the… Read More

These renewables offer exceptional outlooks

Most of Pembina’s pipelines operate under long-term contracts, with Innergex’s renewable energy projects also selling their power under long-term government-guaranteed agreements. That helps lower risk for both firms in today’s uncertain economy. Meanwhile, their investors tap sustainable yields. While that adds to the appeal of Pembina and… 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

Get steady income from long-term contracts

The best renewable power stocks, like these two, get most of their revenue from guaranteed, long-term contracts. Those deals will let them keep raising their dividends.
BROOKFIELD RENEWABLE PARTNERS LP $70 remains a buy. The partnership (Toronto symbol BEP.UN; High-Growth Dividend Payer Portfolio, Utilities sector; Units… Read More

Innergex adds wind plants

INNERGEX RENEWABLE ENERGY $22.81, is a buy. The power generator (Toronto symbol INE; Shares o/s: 174.4 million; Market cap: $3.9 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Extra Risk; Dividend yield: 3.2%; operates 37 hydroelectric plants, 32 wind farms and six solar power fields. They’re spread across Quebec, Ontario, B.C., Idaho, France… 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