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The Orlando MoneyShow 2023 Presentations

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 2, 2023
Here are my slide presentations from the October 2023 Orlando MoneyShow, which I attended this past weekend with my colleague and long-time partner, Elliott Gue. I hope you'll find them both informative and useful.

Fresh Perspectives from EEI 2020

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 13, 2020

Inside EEI 2020: Fresh Perspectives for 2021 and Beyond

On the Ground at EEI 2019

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 18, 2019

Telecom: Get Big or Go Home

By Roger S. Conrad on May. 13, 2019

Sweet yields can bring sour consequences. That’s a lesson I learned once again, after recommending high yielding CenturyLink Inc (NYSE: CTL) a couple of months ago.
The company was on the Endangered Dividends List for shrinking revenue. Nonetheless, hefty free cash flow and attractive broadband assets convinced me the dividend could be maintained. In fact, that’s what management asserted right up until it announced a 54 percent dividend cut on February 13.

Riding the Electric Utility Renaissance

By Roger S. Conrad on May. 13, 2019

Over four decades from the mid-1960s through the mid 2000s, US electricity demand more than quadrupled. Since the Financial Crisis of 2008, however, consumption has basically flat-lined.

Since electric utilities make their living generating and distributing electricity, it would be reasonable to assume this is bad news. The truth is the sector’s health and growth prospects have never been better.

Inside EEI 2018: Post-Conference Report

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 16, 2018
Every year about this time, I attend the Edison Electric Institute’s Annual Financial Conference. It’s an invaluable opportunity to gain investing insights from unmatched access to industry executives, vendors, credit raters and institutional analysts.

Top Sector Picks for 2019-2020

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 8, 2018

2018 has been a good year for the stock market, interest rates and oil prices for the same reason: An already robust US economy that’s been at least temporarily turbo-charged by massive corporate tax cuts.

Better Than Oil: The Most Essential Resource

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 8, 2018

For most of our nation’s history, Americans have taken access to cheap, abundant water supplies for granted. In fact, most of us still do, unless you live in particularly parched areas of the US Southwest and California. As our population has grown, however, so have the stresses and strains on America’s water supplies. Even in areas of heavy rainfall, the quality of drinking water from reservoirs, aquifers, rivers and other sources is increasingly threatened by air, water and waste pollution.

Disrupting our World – Turning Peril to Profit

By Roger S. Conrad on Nov. 6, 2018
Growth and Income for the Long-Term The demise of General Electric (NYSE: GE) is a shocking reminder that even 100-year-old institutions can face crises that threaten their very survival.



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