Roger S. Conrad
Contributor since: 2009
Company: Conrad's Utility Investor
Utilities To Triple Growth In 2019-20, Not All Will Advance
The Fed Turns A Page, We Stay Focused On Growth
The Green New Deal's Unlikely Winners
Southern Bounces Back, A Breakout May Take Longer
Dodging The Windstream Default Fallout
A Stable Yield In Bumpy Times: Utility Investor Launches
Power Sector Disruptors: Where The Money Is Going
Utilities Benefit From Renewable Energy Growth
Kinder Morgan On Target For Dividend Raise
Sticking With Southern After Another Vogtle Deal
No Longer A Keystone For TransCanada
AT&T And Verizon Communications: A Near-Term Surprise And Long-Term Promise
Utility Regulators Grow More Assertive On M&A Terms
The Future Is Electric
A New Trend In Utility M&A?
Shifts In Regulatory Relations Create Risks And Opportunities For Utility Stocks
Politics And Pipelines: Forget Keystone XL And Dakota Access
Not-So-Strange Bedfellows: Big Tech And Electric Utilities
The More Things Change, The More Some Utilities Profit
What's Next For Utility Stocks?
Forget The Fed: Focus On Fundamentals
Utilities Issue Equity At The Right Time And For The Right Reasons
What's Next For Utility M&A?
Trends In Midstream M&A
AT&T And Verizon Extend Their Reach
Barron's Bashes Utility Stocks For All The Wrong Reasons
Oncor Sale: High Valuations And Access To Low-Cost Capital Fuel Utility Sector M&A
M&A Analysis: Great Plains Energy And Westar Energy
Digging Deeper Into MLPs
Let's Make A Deal: Utilities Take Advantage Of Pipeline Companies' Pain
Why Utility Stocks, Not Tesla Motors, Are The Smart Bet On Electric Cars
The Case For Utility Stocks