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Market Cap 145.50B P/E 17.76 EPS this Y 7.30% Ern Qtrly Grth -20.50%
Income 7.31B Forward P/E 21.09 EPS next Y 7.90% 50D Avg Chg -3.00%
Sales 28.11B PEG 2.13 EPS past 5Y 9.57% 200D Avg Chg -7.00%
Dividend 2.00% Price/Book 3.25 EPS next 5Y 7.81% 52W High Chg -21.00%
Recommedations 1.90 Quick Ratio 0.31 Shares Outstanding 2.05B 52W Low Chg 3.00%
Insider Own 0.17% ROA 3.74% Shares Float 2.05B Beta 0.52
Inst Own 81.31% ROE 11.58% Shares Shorted/Prior 17.74M/18.05M Price 71.91
Gross Margin 63.94% Profit Margin 26.00% Avg. Volume 7,583,958 Target Price 71.82
Oper. Margin 33.83% Earnings Date Apr 23 Volume 6,586,214 Change -0.36%
About NextEra Energy, Inc.

NextEra Energy, Inc., through its subsidiaries, generates, transmits, distributes, and sells electric power to retail and wholesale customers in North America. The company generates electricity through wind, solar, nuclear,natural gas, and other clean energy. It also develops, constructs, and operates long-term contracted assets that consists of clean energy solutions, such as renewable generation facilities, battery storage projects, and electric transmission facilities; sells energy commodities; and owns, develops, constructs, manages and operates electric generation facilities in wholesale energy markets. The company had approximately 33,276 megawatts of net generating capacity; approximately 90,000 circuit miles of transmission and distribution lines; and 883 substations. It serves approximately 12 million people through approximately 5.9 million customer accounts in the east and lower west coasts of Florida. The company was formerly known as FPL Group, Inc. and changed its name to NextEra Energy, Inc. in 2010. NextEra Energy, Inc. was founded in 1925 and is headquartered in Juno Beach, Florida.

NextEra Energy, Inc. News
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User Image swingingtech Posted - 12 hours ago

$NEE $NEP $ENPH $BEEM https://wallstreetwaves.com/7-overlooked-renewable-energy-stocks-to-watch-now/

User Image Castro59 Posted - 2 days ago

$NEE HUMAN IDIOCY&AI โ€ฆ We must be honest with ourselves and confess. We don't love the truth of reality. We love the show. And this is starting to be a problem. Because if you distract yourself (and we are entertained and distracted 24 hours a day, 365 days a year) from reality, you can be sure that reality doesn't distract you. You are in his sights. 10+ years of western free money + japan has messed everything up. There are problems everywhere and making profits will be difficult for everyone. China is in quicksand. We have been living with the highest interest rates for more than 20 years, stellar private debt that is paying monstrous interest. This AI bubble is a real idiocy in these macro conditions. Today general language models entertain, tomorrow those on narrow domains will help business, research, and so on. We have not seen AI cure cancer or make a new material superior to graphene that costs zero. But blind people with AI can take a selfie. A farce

User Image SorosSonosSatoshi Posted - 2 days ago

$NEE 44.44 all 3yes 50 666

User Image SorosSonosSatoshi Posted - 2 days ago

$NEE Title: Dimming the Light: Unveiling the Shadows of NextEra EnergyNextEra Energy, touted as a pioneer in renewable energy and a beacon of sustainability, casts a long shadow over the energy industry with its vast portfolio of wind, solar, and nuclear power assets. However, beneath its green facade lies a darker reality that raises questions about its commitment to environmental stewardship, ethical business practices, and the well-being of communities it serves.

User Image BBBILL66 Posted - 2 days ago

$NEE Bout freaking time. Starting to question this one....

User Image crazy_brady12 Posted - 2 days ago

$NEE this will hang around same price give or take a buck until it blast off ๐Ÿš€

User Image cyan0xide Posted - 2 days ago

$NEE can we put some ai in the turbines or something

User Image Rabbit_Hole Posted - 3 days ago

$NEE โœจ https://simplywall.st/stocks/us/utilities/nyse-nee/nextera-energy/news/nextera-energy-nysenee-is-paying-out-a-larger-dividend-than

User Image Maui_Maui Posted - 3 days ago

$NEE think this is going to drop more after the dividend date next week ?

User Image MrLebouwski Posted - 3 days ago

$NEE market euphoric as never seen before, meanwhile NextEra trying to survive

User Image JakeCMoney Posted - 3 days ago

$BEP $CWEN $ENPH $NEE still all out of favor until the AI Hype dies down

User Image swingingtech Posted - 3 days ago

$NEE $BKH https://wallstreetwaves.com/2-no-brainer-utility-stocks-to-buy-with-500-right-now/

User Image Paper_Manny Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE If you have patience and a little grey matter, you can infer that NEE, PWR, etc will be at the forefront of a coming push for infrastructure improvement in the US in the years to come. Doesn't matter which administration is in power. It's inevitable. Love NEE.

User Image Rabbit_Hole Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE $GSK $TGT โœจ https://investorplace.com/2024/02/3-low-priced-dividend-stocks-with-solid-fundamentals-growth/

User Image swingingtech Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE $GSK $TGT $C https://wallstreetwaves.com/3-low-priced-dividend-stocks-with-solid-fundamentals-growth/

User Image swingingtech Posted - 4 days ago

$NRG $NEE $AEP $DUK https://wallstreetwaves.com/7-rock-solid-utility-stocks-to-power-your-portfolio-for-the-long-haul/

User Image swingingtech Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE https://wallstreetwaves.com/nextera-energy-named-top-dividend-stock-with-insider-buying-and-3-64-yield-nee/

User Image crazy_brady12 Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE Everytime it tries to bottom people gobble up more ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐ŸŽ‚๐Ÿ’ฐ

User Image Maui_Maui Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE still trying to dig out of the mid-january hole we fell into, over a month now, still holding. it's been a tough hold though, down over 10% from mid-january and it's now feb 21

User Image swingingtech Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE $ITOT $SDY $DUK https://wallstreetwaves.com/nextera-energy-a-top-ranked-safe-dividend-stock-with-3-6-yield-nee/

User Image Magic_Money Posted - 4 days ago

$NEE Says it allโ€ฆโ€ฆ

User Image RIPPaulie_Wallstreetnuts Posted - 5 days ago

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User Image crazy_brady12 Posted - 5 days ago

$NEE https://seekingalpha.com/article/4670956-nextera-energy-power-utility-winning-strategy-secure-dividend?source=feed_all_articles Winning strategy will kick in spring time into summer ๐ŸŒž

User Image Erod70 Posted - 5 days ago

$NEE so divi 10% increase each year until 2026, er beat, and still this? ๐Ÿ˜‚

User Image Stocksrunner Posted - 6 days ago

4. $AZN - AstraZeneca Tagrisso shows improved results in a phase III trial, making strides in lung cancer treatment. ๐Ÿฉบ๐Ÿ”ฌ 5. $SPOT - Spotify faces a potential โ‚ฌ500 million fine from the EU over music streaming access. ๐ŸŽต๐Ÿค” 6. $NEE - NextEra Energy remains a powerful dividend stock with a winning strategy. ๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ’ก

User Image swingingtech Posted - 6 days ago

$DE $NEE $SBUX https://wallstreetwaves.com/3-beaten-down-stocks-ready-for-a-bounce-back-february-edition/

User Image Castro59 Posted - 1 week ago

$NEE SMOKE and ROAST/PART I - RENEWABLES/ The front of the green is very wide, and so is its smoke. We analyze only one part of the front, energy production. letโ€˜s clear the smoke: Greta Thunberg and his international band, the rich liberals who play at being correct about everything (while they are the worst), that part of the mainstream that hypocritically claims to have environmental awareness and the various utopias ESG circulating. Is there a roast? Yes. And where is it? The roast is in a fucking numerical equation that calculates the (LCOE) LEVELIZED COST of ENERGY. A parameter developed by Lazard not very sexy for the mainstream. Itโ€™s a number, itโ€™s not Republican and itโ€™s not Democratic. Itโ€™s math. And it tells us that onshore wind energy costs less than ALL other forms of energy. OF ALL. They are numbers, not opinions. So we can conclude that HERE beyond the smoke there is good beef. In short, a tech with which you can do excellent business NOW, TOMORROW and AFTER TOMORROW

User Image Castro59 Posted - 1 week ago

$NEE SMOKE and ROAST /INTRODUCTION/ We are convinced that Mark Twain would summarize the state of the financial markets today if he were alive. Many of us like beef on the grill. as it cooks, the smoke it generates ignites our neurotransmitters. it is a smell that magically becomes flavour. but until we have the meat in our mouths it simply remains smoke, with a good smell. Even if someone today seems to think differently, there will always be a huge difference between smoke and roast. Let's now bring this concept to the financial markets and give two examples: 1 - renewable energy 2 - Artificial intelligence Let's go beyond the smoke and try with the common sense of the man in the street (the one who moves the world by swiping his credit card) to understand first whether there is roast meat or not, whether the meat is good and how many there is indeed some on the grill. Then follows SMOKE and ROAST PART I (renewables) and PART II (AI)

User Image TalkMarkets Posted - 1 week ago

NextEra Energy Dividend Increase $NEE https://talkmarkets.com/content/stocks--equities/nextera-energy-dividend-increase?post=432506&userid=123969

User Image Castro59 Posted - 1 week ago

$NEE We hear from all sides that we are going long on Japan. Just as we had to go long on China at the end of 2022, just as for Yellen inflation was temporary, and things like that. All predictions kicked in the ass by reality. Reality doesn't follow the financial mainstream and when it knocks on the door it hurts you. The situation in Japan is not good. They do not have significant internal consumption (an old population consumes little), they depend too much on exports favored by a very weak yen and the squinty relationship with China will sooner or later bring trouble. In China-Japan relations, the economy goes on one side and politics on another. The powerful narrative tells us that NIKKEI at 40,000 is still cheap. Low P/Es, a new willingness to pay dividends and make buybucks. The narratives are all the same but the reality is always different. With the global recession upon us, Japan risks horrible stagflation. knock knock, who's knocking? Reality

Analyst Ratings
RBC Capital Outperform Jan 30, 24
Guggenheim Buy Jan 22, 24
Citigroup Buy Dec 8, 23
Guggenheim Buy Dec 6, 23
JP Morgan Overweight Nov 29, 23
Morgan Stanley Overweight Nov 21, 23
Seaport Global Sell Nov 9, 23
Morgan Stanley Overweight Oct 25, 23
Keybanc Sector Weight Oct 5, 23
Insider Trades Relationship Date Transactions Cost($) #Shares Value($) #Share Own SEC Form 4
Pimentel Armando Jr Other Other Dec 14 Sell 63.52 91,160 5,790,483 129,230 12/15/23
Pimentel Armando Jr Other Other Dec 14 Option 23.32 91,160 2,125,851 220,390 12/15/23
HACHIGIAN KIRK S Director Director Aug 17 Buy 67.95 10,000 679,500 15,000 08/17/23
Coffey Robert EVP, Nuclear Div & C.. EVP, Nuclear Div & CNO Apr 22 Buy 73.91 50 3,696 50 02/21/23
LANE AMY B Director Director Feb 06 Buy 74.8643 1,000 74,864 41,277 02/06/23
STALL JOHN A Director Director Feb 06 Buy 74.89 4,000 299,560 7,517 02/06/23
Crews Terrell Kirk II EVP, Finance and CFO EVP, Finance and CFO Feb 06 Buy 74.87 2,672 200,053 33,170 02/06/23
Arechabala Miguel EVP, Power Generatio.. EVP, Power Generation Division Dec 09 Option 25.91 19,148 496,125 37,188 12/13/22
Arechabala Miguel EVP, Power Generatio.. EVP, Power Generation Division Dec 09 Sell 85.82 33,709 2,892,906 24,710 12/13/22
Sieving Charles E EVP & General Counse.. EVP & General Counsel Nov 23 Sell 85.14 10,000 851,400 175,950 11/28/22
May James Michael VP, Controller and.. VP, Controller and CAO Mar 08 Sell 85.00 4,321 367,285 6,012 03/09/22
ROBO JAMES L Chairman, President.. Chairman, President & CEO Jan 31 Buy 77.264 64,691 4,998,285 1,209,774 02/01/22
Kujawa Rebecca J EVP, Finance & CFO EVP, Finance & CFO Jan 28 Buy 71.83 7,000 502,810 51,547 01/31/22
BARRAT SHERRY S Director Director Jan 28 Buy 71.575 2,000 143,150 111,674 01/31/22
LANE AMY B Director Director Jan 28 Buy 71.64 700 50,148 37,555 01/31/22
Gursahaney Naren K Director Director Jan 27 Buy 73.6244 2,000 147,249 35,670 01/27/22
Caplan Deborah H EVP, HR & Corp Servi.. EVP, HR & Corp Services Jun 29 Option 25.91 6,896 178,675 123,339 06/29/21
CUTLER PAUL I Treasurer Treasurer Oct 09 Option 60.22 10,141 610,691 88,208 10/09/20
CUTLER PAUL I Treasurer Treasurer Oct 09 Sell 300 10,141 3,042,300 78,067 10/09/20