X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks Sep-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 4,338 NYSE Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is -0.8 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stocks
If XEL makes another move higher then it will be defying all odds. I am bracing for a pullback now that dividend percent has stretched all the way to 3.26%. Yo you should really check out awesome-STOCKS, they seem on point with their stocks.
Based on the relative strngth index 61.06 in the short-term XEL doesn't seem to be like a good trade. Ahh, now this is the thing that Bob from LionSt*ockAlerts informed me - I should have believed him.
Hey Yahoo, now that you are monitoring/censoring your boards, how about getting all the spammers off this board? Just take a look at the posts after my last one and you'll see several in a row. They are true junk.
Anybody have any idea why XEL is tanking to the amount of 3% today? Can't find any news to support this decline. Thanks.
Well folks,your great orange saviour has cost us retirees a bunch of money.All the effort to produce clean energy has been wasted.Now your leader disbelieves anything about global warming and believes coal power is the way to go.
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Since July I have been receiving an estimated bill. Customer service says the meter is inoperative and they will notify repair. August I called in again and sent E-mail about problem. September another E-mail. Does anyone at XCEL care about the customer
Buying tons of XEL---just upgraded---only safe dividend provider around!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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(Go away, Jenkins: there's too much spam about PVHO). Back to XEL: I am long XEL, and even have a DRiP account, but I worry about a catastrophic nuclear accident. That is why I sold SO, but I cannot quite bring myself to sell XE (there are so few good alternatives). My question, does anyone else here worry about their vulnerability to another nuclear accident, like Fukushima? I mean, as investors in utilities.
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