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In this episode of Industry Focus: Energy, host Nick Sciple is joined by Motley Fool contributor Matt DiLallo to review their 2020 dividend stock picks, and share some dividend stocks to consider in 2021. To catch full episodes of all The Motley Fool's free podcasts, check out our podcast center.
A new presidential administration brings change, and with it, new opportunities for investors. President Joe Biden has laid out plans to make housing more affordable for Americans, combat climate change, and position the U.S. as a leader in electric-vehicle production. By helping to offset the costs of buying a home, Biden's plan could ignite a housing boom, particularly as the economy recovers once the pandemic subsides.
Energy prices are very volatile, which can cause significant fluctuations in energy stock prices. There's a lot an investor needs to learn before they can become skilled in the energy sector. Three great ones for beginners are Brookfield Renewable (NYSE: BEP)(NYSE: BEPC), Enbridge (NYSE: ENB), and NextEra Energy (NYSE: NEE).
BROOKFIELD, NEWS, Jan. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Brookfield Renewable Partners L.P. (NYSE: BEP; TSX: BEP.UN) today announced that after having taken into account all election notices received by the January 18, 2021 deadline for the reclassification of its Class A Preferred Limited Partnership Units, Series 7 (the “Series 7 Units”) (TSX: BEP.PR.G) into Class A Preferred Limited Partnership Units, Series 8 (the “Series 8 Units”), it has determined that there will be no reclassification of Series 7 Units into Series 8 Units, and holders of Series 7 Units will retain their Series 7 Units. There were 6,600 Series 7 Units tendered for reclassification, which is less than the 1,000,000 units required to give effect to reclassifications of Series 7 Units into Series 8 Units. Brookfield Rene...
Consider investing in Brookfield Renewable Partners to capitalize on its long-term potential in a growing industry, so you can align yourself with Warren Buffett’s approach. The post Warren Buffett Doesn’t Believe in Hedge Funds appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
CPP users can expect a crucial change in 2021 as the third of five enhancements take effect. For pensioners looking for another income source in retirement, consider Brookfield Renewable Partners stock. The post CPP Pension Users: 1 Crucial Change in 2021 That Might Affect Your Paycheck appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
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RBC Capital Stick to Their Hold Rating for Brookfield Renewable Partners
Ian de Verteuil, equity strategist at CIBC Capital Markets, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss why he still thinks equities will be the favoured asset class in 2021, and why he see's opportunity in Brookfield Renewable Partners and Northland Power Inc.
Powering the renewable energy stock was the anticipated outcome of the Senate runoffs in Georgia. The company has been building up an extensive backlog of solar energy projects around the world, including in the U.S., with it recently bolstering the latter by acquiring Exelon's solar energy business. Thus, if Democrats emerge the victors and pass legislation favoring solar energy, it could boost Brookfield's investment returns, enabling it to grow its earnings at an even faster pace in the coming years.