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How to play the U.S. reopening in a short-term trade. She isn't hugely positive on energy, given ESG concerns--more regulation will come (which will raise costs) as we've seen in Europe now and she expects that to reach the US in the next few years. Too many obstacles for energy names now. In energy, she prefers utilities like NextEra which generates wind and solar energy.
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BUY
Involved in solar and wind. Prices are coming down for customers. NEE is looking at better storage, and has increased dividend at 12% clip over the last decade. It yields 1.5-2% right now.
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TOP PICK
For the more conservative investor, but good dividend growth. Utility with the highest percent of renewable wind and solar energy. Dividend has grown about 12% over each of last 5 years, and should grow faster. Possible tailwind from Biden presidency. The way the stock's behaved, there's no other utility like it. Yield is 1.89%. (Analysts’ price target is $79.19)
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BUY
The e-car charging market and how to play it For NEE, it's not a massive growth opportunity now, but it will as time goes on as there are more e-cars. NEE is well-positioned to provide e-charging stations.
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BUY
Allan Tong’s Discover Picks NEE stock boasts a one-year return of 32% and almost 200% over five years. Revenue growth year-over-year stands at nearly 15%, double the sector (in the U.S). NextEra trades at a 34x PE and pays a 1.85% dividend. The stock has climbed 25% year-to-date and it currently sailing at all-time highs. In fact, it has popped 10% in the past two weeks, beyond $300, as the election campaign heats up. Read NEE Stock and BABA Stock: 3 Savvy Election-proof Stocks for our full analysis.
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STRONG BUY
Doing a 4-for-1 split. It's the best growth stock utility he's ever seen. A remarkable company.
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BUY

NEE-N vs. AQN-T. He would choose NEE-N. Part of the appeal of renewable energy is that they have one of the best R&D teams internally in the company, to ensure all projects they do come on stream as planned and to be more innovative in other green solutions including battery storage. It is the old "Florida Light and Power". It is growing at double digits of 10 or 12% per year and usually these companies are at 5-7%.

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TOP PICK

The old Florida Light and Power Company. They are the biggest renewable power generator in the US. Over 20% of renewable power generated in the US comes from them. As more money goes into ESG, they will benefit. Even Apple is looking to have power from wind and solar. A utility that pays a growing dividend that should grow in single-digits. Yield 2.26% (Analysts’ price target is $265.71)

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BUY

A green energy stock? Money flows are attracted to sustainable stocks. Blackrock two weeks ago announced this. NEE is his top recommendation in this space; it's the purest play in wind and solar energy in the States, and boasts 8% growth. It's expensive now, however. NPI-T is his Canadian pick.

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They have one of the largest fleets of alternative energy out there. Regulators are encouraging utilities to install more sun and wind. They have a nice growth trajectory. Because it is a utility, they are very sensitive to rising interest rates. You need to be concerned that money will shift over to banking in an improving economy.
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BUY
A great business. They reported results yesterday with tremendous growth numbers. They had strong generation out of their renewable platform as well as their regulated utilities. This one has the regulated utility as well as the growth platform. They are dominant in onshore wind as well as strong in solar. Multiples have been pushed so their yield has dropped to 2%.
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They tend to have more of a sustainable energy tilt. He wonders if everything at the UN recently has caused a real lift. It got attention. They have also done really well recently. They have a couple of percent yield. It has been a nice consistent performer. There is nothing not to love. You might want to wait until after earnings.
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COMMENT
Utilities? This is the most crowded space and investors are looking for a defensive holding. He would look for something with above average dividend and earnings growth. He owns NEE-N, which has 30% of its revenues coming from renewables.
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BUY
It's the largest renewable energy company in the world--wind, solar and some natural gas. Big operations in Florida and growing rapidly. Their free cash keeps building and the dividend has grown 13% in the past year. Gives you energy exposure beyond oil, which the world is moving away from.
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DON'T BUY
They are one of the largest utilities in the US. It is about 22 times forward earnings and he is trimming it based on that. He does not see as much growth coming out of it. It is the dominant renewable energy player, especially in wind.
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NextEra Energy(NEE-N) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 5

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 5

Stockchase rating for NextEra Energy is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

NextEra Energy(NEE-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is NextEra Energy stock symbol?

NextEra Energy is a American stock, trading under the symbol NEE-N on the New York Stock Exchange (NEE). It is usually referred to as NYSE:NEE or NEE-N

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On 2021-09-24, NextEra Energy (NEE-N) stock closed at a price of $80.7.