"...During the last year, wide-moat firms have returned 26% compared with a 36% return for narrow-moat shares and a whopping 53% for no-moat companies.
So don't be too discouraged by the overall market-valuation picture. There still are some opportunities among larger, high-quality firms. We used the Premium Stock Screener to find a few high-quality, large-cap stocks trading at a discount to our fair value estimates. Run it for yourself here. Below are a few firms that passed.
Exelon (NYSE:EXC - News)Moat: Wide | Uncertainty: Medium | Market Cap: 28.6 Bil
From the Analyst Report: In an era of concerns about global warming and rising fossil fuel prices, Exelon maintains an enviable position as the largest nuclear plant operator in the United States. Its ability to produce low-cost, carbon-free electricity should produce substantial, sustainable, and increasing shareholder value for many years, regardless of what path power prices take. This is why we consider it the only utility in our coverage universe with a wide economic moat."