Get 4.9% yield from TransAlta Renewables

Get 4.9% yield from TransAlta Renewables

Higher power generation helped spur this firm’s revenue 7.6% in the most-recent quarter.

Meanwhile, stable cash flows from a diverse mix of hydroelectric, wind and solar assets on long-term contracts adds to this electricity producer’s appeal.

The stock has been a top performer for subscribers since… Read More

Add to your 50.8% gains

TRANSALTA RENEWABLES, $22.00, is a buy. The company (Toronto symbol RNW; Shares outstanding: 267.0 million; Market cap: $5.5 billion; TSINetwork Rating: Extra Risk; Dividend yield: 4.3%; www.transaltarenewables.com) continues to jump to new all-time highs for our subscribers—they’re now up a whopping 50.8% since we first recommended them in our… Read More

Get a 5.4% yield from TransAlta Renewables

Get a 5.4% yield from TransAlta Renewables

Higher power generation helped spur this firm’s revenue 6.8% in the most-recent quarter. 

At the same time, clean, renewable power—and the stable cash flow it produces—holds a lot of conceptual appeal for investors. A diverse mix of long-term hydroelectric, wind and solar power contracts will help… Read More

Wind power in safe jurisdictions offers you a 6.4% yield

Wind power in safe jurisdictions offers you a 6.4% yield

Lower power generation was largely responsible for this renewable energy generator’s  13.6% drop in revenue during the most recent quarter.

However, selling wind power under long-term guaranteed contracts to clients including its parent company makes this firm’s high dividend relatively safe.

TRANSALTA RENEWABLES, (Toronto symbol RNW; www.transaltarenewables.com),… Read More

This renewables leader cuts your risk

This month, we’re adding a new buy for our Canadian Wealth Advisor subscribers. TransAlta Renewables supports its high dividend for investors by selling wind power under long-term guaranteed contracts. That includes electricity sales to its top-quality parent, TransAlta Corp. The company further cuts risk for investors by… 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