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DTE Energy Company (DTE)

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  • l
    lawrence
    Hi,
    I am seeing posts regarding a stock dividend, and not a dividend on the stock. Would someone be kind enough to respond to me as to what will be happening in the future? I am a former Detroiter (Oak Park), and have held DTE for over 40 years. Thank you.
    Bullish
  • S
    Stocktargetadvisor
    $DTE
    Maintains Morgan Stanley Equal-Weight USD 133 » USD 135
    Downgraded by BMO Capital Markets Outperform » Market Perform USD 124 » USD 130
    Target Raised by Mizuho Securities Buy USD 122 » USD 140
  • G
    GUEST
    are they dolling our shareholders' money to SE, MI residents? or are they paying a good dividend, which I suspect is the case. Their dividend trumps most mutual funds; Bravo!
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    DTE Energy is up 4.95% to 120.18
  • c
    c
    Got a notification from my well known brokerage firm that baby bond DTQ is being called. That would be at $25 call price. No date given. diligence before buying DTQ at this point of my brokerage is correct
  • A
    Anonymous
    Breaking into plus-territory again for calendar year 2020.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    DTE Energy is up 4.96% to 130.00
  • m
    margaret
    I bought DTE a few years ago when it was in the 60s looking for a good dividend stock. I never expected such price appreciation, now wishing I had bought more.
    Bullish
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    DTE Energy is up 5.04% to 130.50
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    DTB reached an all time high at 26.28
  • J
    John
    With furnaces running in the north, air conditioners running in the south and Christmas lights lights blinking all over the country utility companies should be rolling in doe this next quarter. Add the growth expected from the new tax code and utility stocks have nowhere to go but up.
  • A
    Anonymous
    Got our 7 percent dividend increase, going ex- next week, payable mid January in the 2019 tax-year. Weeks like this I'm glad to be heavy into utilities. Ten years ago we dropped 50% on the share price, but never missed a dividend and recovered quite well. Still it would be nice to foresee such a recession and sidestep the decline. Getting on in years reduces the chance of living long enough to see another recovery.
  • B
    Bill
    DTE Energy is higher after Goldman Sachs initiates coverage with a Buy rating and $121 price target, saying it expects the company to continue growing its annualized revenue by 8% through 2022.
    Fishman adds his outlook could be UPSIZED if DTE receives approval for its regulated renewables plan through 2022.
  • R
    RJS
    Be careful, DTE is in a bad place right now. DTE can not make a mega watt of power for under $23.00, at present a mega watt has been selling between $14.00, and $21.00, with that being said DTE is loosing $2.00, to $9.00, per mega watt hour. These numbers equate to very large losses per day. Covid 19 has effected the daily demand for power, and the over abundance of natural gas has driven the mega watt price down to what it is now. DTE is very well diversified with their business holdings but public utilities are re-writing their business models as technology and green power evolves.
    Bearish
  • G
    GUEST
    with all these business shutdowns in SE, Michigan, DTE's energy demand will drop markedly. I fear DTE will tank a good 10% by the week's end. I recall it at 110 or so; should have sold out but hung in for the "dividend"; now the dividend is eaten alive by the drop in principal. I fear DTE may cut its dividend, in which case the stock would likely drop into the 80s!
  • L
    Lady D
    Does anyone know why the whole power industry is tanking? I hold 3 utilities, but watch a total of 7 of them. They are all going down lately
  • A
    Anonymous
    So DTE misses earnings by 6% with only a few weeks of the last month of Q1 really being affected by the pandemic and earnings are significantly lower than Q1 a year ago, but the stock rises nearly 4% on the day? I guess this is because the company maintained their previous guidance which is very concerning considering how Q2 will be based on a full three months of this crisis. IMO there is no way they come close to meeting Q2 or Q3 estimates this year.
  • A
    Anonymous
    DTE used to be called Detroit Edison Company. The company was around when no other companies were producing electricity. Just think of that for a moment. They produce ELECTRICITY!!!!! Now think for a moment, if you had no electricity
    for today? What can and can not you do? You can not buy share, keep food hot or cold, make sky scrapers with ease, go to the moon. Get the idea. Now DTE is in the D. That's how you say Detroit and the surrounding area. This city is booming after the reorganization. I see large cranes downtown. Investors buying old solid buildings made in the days where architecture was classic, and renovating them. But most important a community and housing development in the downtown area of professional millennials are spurting growth in the D. The use of power in the area multiples. DTE is efficiently run and the power is clean. No wonder the stock price is near all time high.
  • t
    tim
    ,owned it for 25 plus yrs....total home run...check out charts and load up
  • G
    GUEST
    Yahoo shows the most recent dividend as $1.013/share. However, I checked DTE's website and they show the dividend as $1.012/share. I'm sure it is easy to make a typing mistake when entering data on these complex sites such as Yahoo's. Nevertheless Yahoo overstates the dividend by one vent, $0.01 per share.