CEP is dead money until natural gas rises to $6.00/mcf or until they do a recap. I am not sure what Zacks sees, but I see a company with a lot of debt and subpar coal bed methane properties struggling to pay down debt faster than the banks can lower their credit facility.
If you go to the Zacks site, they are touting CEG not CEP.
>>>Below are the top five companies in the Utilities sector as measured by relative performance. Highest relative performance is a comparison between a share and its peers made to determine over performance.
This analysis was compiled based on yesterday's trading activity as SmarTrend searches for stocks that have the potential to outperform their peers.
Constellation Energy (NYSE:CEG) ranks first with a gain of 1.35%; Centerpoint Energy (NYSE:CNP) ranks second with a gain of 1.26%; and Northeast Utilities (NYSE:NU) ranks third with a gain of 1.26%.
Ameren (NYSE:AEE) follows with a gain of 1.24% and Wisconsin Energy (NYSE:WEC) rounds out the top five with a gain of 1.2%.<<<<