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Even with less valuation upside, Credit Suisse still thinks the basic investment thesis for...

Even with less valuation upside, Credit Suisse still thinks the basic investment thesis for regulated utilities holds up: 4%-5% EPS growth, 4% dividend yields, and 0.5x-0.7x beta create a high-single-digit annual return in a low-risk package. The firm's top six picks: Dominion (D), CMS Energy (CMS), American Electric Power (AEP), Duke Energy (DUK), DTE Energy (DTE), Edison (EIX).
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    Difficult to resist the particularly fine fundamentals and performance record of CMS. But before you jump in, you might want to check out the significant Insider selling of the past six-plus months. (21% of total Insider holdings)
    19 Apr 2013, 07:39 AM Reply Like
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