Pinnacle West Capital: Reliable Income In Uncertain Times From This Regulated Utility (NYSE:PNW) 2020/09/04 19:12:06 Seeking Alpha
High returns on equity from this regulated utility. Well-covered 4.3% dividend expected to grow in mid-single digits.
High-Yielding Stocks Have Faltered in 2020—But Some See Value 2020/08/19 14:00:00 Barron's
Amid all of the lagging dividend stocks this year, David Katz, chief investment officer at Matrix Asset Advisors, sees value in such names as Coke, CVS, Pinnacle West, and AT&T.
Pinnacle West Capital Corp (PNW) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript | The Motley Fool 2020/08/07 04:31:26 The Motley Fool
PNW earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2020.
Pinnacle West Reports 2020 Second-Quarter Results 2020/08/06 12:40:00 Business Wire
PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Record heat drives higher quarter-over-quarter second-quarter 2020 earnings for Pinnacle West Capital Corp.
GOLDMAN SACHS: These 17 trades can help investors maximize their gains from the stocks most affected by the US elections in November 2020/07/21 12:15:00 Business Insider
Goldman Sachs strategist Vishal Vivek is telling investors how to maximize their profits around state and federal elections. Vivek says that some stocks might endure increased volatility because of ballot measures that could have major effects on their operations. He lays out 17 options strategies for seven different trades rather than trying to simply pick the individual stocks that could have the most upside based on broad themes. Click here to sign up for our weekly newsletter Investing Insider . Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Deep dives on how to play the presidential election are piling up on Wall Street, but Goldman Sachs is warning investors that there are a lot of other votes worth paying attention to. Equity Derivatives Associate Vishal Vivek says there could be a lot of volatility around state-level initiatives and regulations, and they could have big effects on how some major US companies do business in the years ahead. So Vivek isn't looking for the biggest potential winners based on the presidential ballot or the makeup of Congress.