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

Generate high income with green power buys

The outlook for these two renewable power firms remains bright despite COVID-19’s impact on power demand, particularly from industrial users. The guaranteed contracts of both firms also give them lots of cash flow for dividends.
BROOKFIELD RENEWABLE PARTNERS LP $58 is a buy. With the units (Toronto symbol… Read More

COVID-19 boosts the appeal of Utilities ETFs

Central banks are keeping interest rates down in order to counter the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. (The Supplement on page 69 offers you more info on how high deficits and low interest rates in the wake of the coronavirus will affect governments going… Read More

Renewable power feeds these steady payments

We continue to like the prospects of these two power utilities. Their focus on renewable power helps them comply with increasingly stringent environmental regulations. What’s more, both get most of their revenue from regulated businesses, which lets them keep raising their dividends.