Roger Conrad

Chief Analyst/Managing Partner,

Capitalist Times

  • Co-Founder and Chief Editor of Capitalist Times
  • Publisher of Energy and income Advisor and Conrad's Utility Investor
  • MoneyShow Contributor Since 1989

About Roger

Roger Conrad is co-founder and chief editor of Capitalist Times and publisher of Energy and Income Advisor, Capitalist Times, and Conrad's Utility Investor. He's been on the MoneyShow circuit since 1989, with a focus on utilities, Canadian and Australian high-yielding stocks, master limited partnerships, and other income and growth investments worldwide. From 1989 to 2013, Mr. Conrad was founding and sole editor of Utility Forecaster.

Roger's Articles

From range limits to battery costs, electric vehicles have a long way to go before they rule America’s roads. And even the leading name in EV manufacturing Tesla (TSLA) still relies on tax credits and outside capital to fund operations, explains Roger Conrad, editor of Conrad's Utility Forecaster.
A $190 billion debt burden, $15 billion in annual dividend payments, a shrinking pay TV business and tough competition in the core wireless business: There’s no doubt AT&T Inc. (T) faces some steep challenges in early 2021, cautions Roger Conrad, editor of Conrad's Utility Investor.
After underperforming the past 12 months, utilities are one of the market’s least owned sectors. And despite solid Q4 earnings and guidance, many best in class companies sell for their most discounted valuations and highest yields in years, asserts Roger Conrad, editor of Conrad's Utility Investor.
Renewable energy stocks were popular well before the recent US elections. Since then, they’ve really blasted off, leaving a dearth of sector values, notes Roger Conrad, utility sector expert and editor of Conrad's Utility Investor.

Roger's Videos

At mid-year, Roger Conrad highlights some of the best performers and their current outlook on these Top Picks.
Speaking at MoneyShow Las Vegas, Roger Conrad shares ideas about water recycling in energy exploration: Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD) and Veolia Environnement SA (VEOEY).
At MoneyShow Las Vegas, Roger Conrad suggests utilities have improving earnings yet high valuations. Be very selective. Investing idea: NextEra Energy Partners (NEP).

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Conrad's Utility Investor

Roger Conrad has provided in-depth analysis of the utility sector to individual and institutional investors for more than 20 years. Conrad's Utility Investor is your complete guide to building a lifelong income stream from stocks that provide essential services.

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