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Consolidated Edison, Inc. Message Board

  • tommeehan tommeehan Nov 27, 2012 10:20 AM Flag

    Regulated Utility...

    All costs of hurricane sandy will be paid by fema..
    people are selling to lock in profit and avoid higher 2013 taxes..

    this is a regulated utility and guaranteed a profit by the public service commission..

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • I Can Vouch for The Fact That hurricane sandy will be paid by fema,I

      I Work for LA. Dept. Of Water & Power & Have Direct Knowledge Of How fema Pays

      Earth Quake FIMA Paid

      Solar Farms & Wind Turbines OBAMA Stimulas Paid

      Security Cameras,Badging ect.. Gov. Paid (Homeland Security)

      Grid Upgrades Gov. Pays

      Natural Gas Power Plants Gov. Pays

      The Gov. Pays For a Large Majority Of New Construction

      All This Stuff Is Shovel Ready Projects,that Are Just Starting (Finally)

      LADWP,Fights to Not Do this Stuff (Like Solar & Wind Mills) and the Gov. Makes them Take the Money & FINES Them If They Are Not Done By the Gov. Deadline

      ED Pays for Very Little and Rakes In Benefits

      I Bought a lil Here at $44.80,Looking Forward to Higher Prices

      Rate Increases are Coming to Utilities to Make Up for High Cost Mega Watts from Solar & Windmills they Didnt Even Pay For.

      They Will Keep Getting Rate Increases for a LONG Time,Do to Converting to Green Power.

      People Will Biothc,But It Will Happen.

      They Will Ask for 10% When they Want 5% & they Will Get the 5% they Wanted Any Way.

      Just Happened Here a Month and a Half Ago.

      GOOOOO ED!!!!!!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

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