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Exelon Corporation (EXC)

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46.17+0.81 (+1.78%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
46.10 -0.07 (-0.15%)
After hours: 07:56PM EDT
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  • B
    Butch
    Why is Exelon issuing 11.3 million shares of common stock? As seen on the balance sheets associated with this website, the number of shares have been increasing and thus decreasing shareholder value.
  • I
    IamPar4Me
    Does anyone know how many shares of CEG stock there are outstanding. I just wanted to try and figure out roughly what the Divy will be with it compared to EXC. I saw in one of the articles 180M in dividends with a 10% per year goal but not any mention of how many shares so that I can calculate the amount and percentage per share owned now. Thanks.
  • P
    Professor
    CUT THE TOP MANAGEMENT BONUS , RAISE THE DIVY !!! TOO MANY DONATIONS , DONATE THE THE SHAREHOLDERS !!!
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    THOMAS
    It's Exelon's turn finally. Nice subsidies and electric bill increases for keeping Dresden and Byron open will stop the bleeding and point Exelon forward to being one of the nation's cleanest and lowest cost energy providers. Splitting the company into utility and energy will allow the company to focus on each's core business and Dominguez sounds capable as the new CEO. P/E of 40 is high when average utility is at 16, but I'm hopeful for good earnings report and see growth. Just retired from this company and this is the most hopeful i have ever seen it with improved operational excellence. I am hoping with good earnings reports upcoming to see the stock at 65 by next summer.
  • B
    Blind Mellon
    I think that today we’re getting a Polar Vortex Bump. Lots of electricity being sold.
  • E
    ErkAnthonyCantu23
    How long is this CEO stuff going to cause share holders to lose money
  • S
    SDown
    Earnings look fine to me. The stock has a low PE compared to not a few utilities. So it is still quite attractively priced, I think so anyway!
  • T
    Too many rubes
    Dividend reduced by 4 1/2 cents a quarter. I guess it figures after the spinoff.
  • F
    Foolishrat5
    Wow. Shame on Barron's for publishing article by Sabrina Escobar. The stock did not plunge 30%! EXC is now trading after separation of CEG. This would be like writing that stocks plunge the day they start trading ex-dividend. Horrible and misleading write up by Sabrina Escobar. Does she know anything about the stocks?
    https://finance.yahoo.com/m/00ff3eed-6ade-3801-984b-503ee4986526/exelon-stock-plunges-as-it.html
    Stock of the utilities company fell almost 30% in premarket trading on Wednesday after completing the spinoff for its power generation and competitive energy business.
    Stock of the utilities company fell almost 30% in premarket trading on Wednesday after completing the spinoff for its power generation and competitive energy business.
    finance.yahoo.com
  • P
    Professor
    Instead of all these charity donations , how about spreading some charity to SHAREHOLDERS !!!!!!!
  • A
    Anthony
    excelon will benefit from the split of distribution and making power. it's something that will send this share price soaring
  • G
    Greg
    Is the weakness in EXC due to rising interest rates?
    Bullish
  • F
    Frank
    Ozop Energy Solutions, Inc.
    $OZSC CEO just confirm that Tesla, Con Edison, and Exelon are customers. Also, confirmed that a fortune 200 company will be announced as a partner. $TSLA $ED $EXC
  • J
    Joe
    wow, EXC-ellent price movement the last couple days and week. Even @$40+, is still below historical and 5yr. blended P/E of ~14.6. Good companies always return to fair value...
  • J
    Joe
    lordy, up nearly 40% since first bought 7 months ago, avg >30% gain for all shares bought this year, not counting divs. Not too shabby for a ute %^ )
  • S
    Steve F
    Remember me ? I did the Duke vs Exelon vs Southern vs Wisconsin Challenge here years ago.

    For those who weren't here then, a refresher. A little less than 5 years ago, (June 2014) I owned Exelon. It had been underperforming, so I researched 3 similar stocks. Duke Energy, Wisconsin Energy, & The Southern Company. Wisconsin was the best performer over the previous 5 years, so I sold EXC, & invested the proceeds in WEC.

    The same day I made a hypothetical portfolio at yahoo. All 4 of these stocks, with a cost basis of they're closing prices that day.

    Here’s the results as of today. (I'm not sure if yahoo considers dividend reinvestment)
    Wisconsin +79.77%
    Exelon +57.33%
    Duke +24.22%
    Southern +19.31%

    Clearly a 2 dog race for the top position, while Duke & Southern show abysmal returns.
    As for Wisconsin energy, it appears the old phrase ‘the cream always rises to the top’ is accurate.
    Have a nice weekend.
  • F
    Fncydansir
    Bought $50K of EXC earlier this week. Still going down??? This does not make a lot of sense to me because there is no heavy industry in the DC / Maryland areas. I will probably buy more next week as this low pps simply cant stay this far down long.
  • J
    Joe
    added a few more, with the div yield % >4. What's great is it's only a couple days to ex-div date. Works for me, a div paycheck early retiree!
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