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DTE Energy Company (0I6Q.L)

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  • j
    any chance DTE will split? Thoughts...
  • W
    I bought DE in 1980 for $10.00 per share and it paid $1.00 per share dividend. Great Company !!!
  • D
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  • B
    Ford CEO Jim Farley put a similar emphasis on the cost and availability of energy in September, announcing an $11.4 billion investment in new vehicle and battery plants in Tennessee and Kentucky.

    “We want to work with states who are really excited about doing that training and giving you access to that low energy cost,” Farley told the Associated Press then.

    Tennessee has among the lowest electricity prices in the country, according to the most recent data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The state’s average industrial price of electricity per kilowatt-hour was 6.31 cents as of May. Michigan’s industrial energy cost was 8.72 cents per kilowatt-hour, and the national average was 8.35 cents.
  • T
    SHouldn't utility stocks be going down (along with bonds) during times of inflation (when investors seek income elsewhere?).

    Is DTE's rise in price sustainable due to operational/etc variables or do you believe that a correction is imminent in price and it may stabilize at a lower price point.

    ie. I guess what I'm asking, is when do you all envision better buying opportunities for DTE. I hope to purchase more, but it just seems to richly valued given the macro environment. Thanks!
  • j
    I love DTEs dividend and the compny is rock solid so its almost like a free check in the mail from a zero risk bank account lmao. Shout out to DTE management! Thank you for being such an amazing energy provider.
  • B
    Can not wait for this spin-off. Hope we see a yield around 8 or 9% like the others MLP's.

    DTE Energy has commenced the Form 10 registration process with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and remains on track to complete the spin-off of DT Midstream by mid-year 2021 [subject to final approval by the Company’s Board of Directors, a Form 10 registration statement being declared effective by the SEC, regulatory approvals and satisfaction of other conditions]. Under the separation plan, DTE Energy shareholders will retain their shares of DTE Energy stock and receive a pro-rata dividend of shares of DT Midstream stock. The separation transaction is expected to be tax-free to DTE Energy and its shareholders for U.S. federal income tax purposes.
  • G
    My brother, sister and I each have 450 shares that my grandfather bought in the 1950's. Dividends have been brought a lot of income to these families for 60 yrs. This is a buy and hold stock.
  • l
    I am seeing posts regarding a stock dividend, and not a dividend on the stock. Would someone be kind enough to respond to me as to what will be happening in the future? I am a former Detroiter (Oak Park), and have held DTE for over 40 years. Thank you.
  • B
    DTE Energy (DTE) - was added to Goldman Sachs' American Conviction List Tuesday by analysts who said the utility company "offers an attractive growth position." $135 target
  • B
    news is out on spin off. Seeking Alpha has good article on distribution date/etc
  • m
    I bought DTE a few years ago when it was in the 60s looking for a good dividend stock. I never expected such price appreciation, now wishing I had bought more.
  • B
    Credit Suisse initiates coverage of DT Midstream with an Outperform rating and $52 price target, citing a high-quality, well covered with an estimated 6% yield in 2022.
  • F
    I am surprised they would want to split into a separate pipeline company. In 2018 every pipeline company went straight down. The Russian Pipeline to Germany is 98% complete and the US has done everything but bomb it to stop its completion. The US wants Germany to continue to buy more LNG at twice the price. Every pipeline company at least lost 50% of value and cut dividends, a great deal since 2017. I know very well, because I lost my shirt and pants. I had thought I would have the dividends to help my retirement. I bought DTE for the same reason, at 1/2 what the pipeline companies paid in dividends. DTE has pipelines in New York State. Williams invested nearly a billion in the Constitution Pipeline and after a ten year battle with NYS gave up. They are now the proud owner of a Right of Way that cannot be used for anything but a gas pipeline. Landowner contracts read that way. Pipelines going forward are a battle everywhere to build. What I wrote is a fact and all can be researched.
  • C
    The new Mainstream shares have not shown up in my account with DTEs transfer agent as of this morning 7/2. Any delays that anyone is aware of?
  • J
    With furnaces running in the north, air conditioners running in the south and Christmas lights lights blinking all over the country utility companies should be rolling in doe this next quarter. Add the growth expected from the new tax code and utility stocks have nowhere to go but up.
  • D
    On my Vanguard account, it shows that DTE cuts qtrly div to $.82 from $1.085 payable 10/15/21 with shareholders of record on sept 19. What gives???? The source? MT Newswire. Someone please explain.
  • A
    Got our 7 percent dividend increase, going ex- next week, payable mid January in the 2019 tax-year. Weeks like this I'm glad to be heavy into utilities. Ten years ago we dropped 50% on the share price, but never missed a dividend and recovered quite well. Still it would be nice to foresee such a recession and sidestep the decline. Getting on in years reduces the chance of living long enough to see another recovery.