NextEra Energy Q2 non-GAAP EPS beats estimates by $0.05
July 25, 2022
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NextEra Energy ($NYSE:NEE) reported Q2 non-GAAP EPS of $0.81, beating estimates by $0.05. Revenue of $5.18B misses by $80M. This may affect their market and earnings in the long term.
On Friday, NEXTERA ENERGY stock opened at $80.1 and closed at $80.2, up by 1.8% from prior closing price of 78.9.
Nextera Energy is a leading renewable energy company with a strong focus on dividend payments. The company’s fundamentals reflect its long-term potential, and the VI Star Chart shows that Nextera Energy is strong in dividend payments, medium in profitability, and weak in asset growth. However, Nextera Energy has a low health score of 3/10, due to its cash flow and debt situation. This makes it less likely that the company will be able to pay off its debts and fund future operations. Nextera Energy is classified as a ‘cow’, a type of company that has a track record of paying out consistent dividends. At the right yield, it is suitable for those who want to invest in companies for passive income. Dividend-paying companies are generally seen as being less risky, as they pursue growth at a sustainable rate.
Investing in NextEra Energy may be a good idea based on recent positive news. NextEra Energy is a leading provider of clean energy, and its strong financials and commitment to sustainability make it a good long-term investment.
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