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Hendren Group Advise Clients On Japanese Energy Provider’s Surge
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Hendren Group is a financial management and investment company dealing with investment methods and strategies. Based in Tokyo boasting a large base of private clients and a well skilled team of advisors, they conduct research and then subsequently develop short and long-term systematic approaches to achieving optimum returns on investments for themselves, their associates and for their current client base.
“In the wake of the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan, the vital Japanese electricity providers also suffered both physical damage to assets and serious losses of share value and earnings due to enforced shutdowns of nearly all key nuclear plants. Despite these serious issues the Electricity sector and one company in particular, Tokyo Electric Power Co. Inc have waged an impressive campaign back into profit,” said David Holmes Senior Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions at the Hendren Group.
Tokyo Electric Power Company or TEPCO the operator of the Damaged Fukishima power plant was a well-diversified provider from a number of sources Hydro Electric, Geothermal, oil burning and Nuclear power stations. With this broad platform of utility sources, TEPCO managed the crisis rather ably and allowed for the nothing short of remarkable surge in value to date giving a return on investment of over 264% for the year.
Hendren Group read all these signals as signs that this incredible resurgence coupled with TEPCO’s recent political successes as positive proof for even further confidence in this company’s investment potential. With strong support for the restarting of idled reactors coming from the Japanese Government, TEPCO finds itself in a very enviable position. As the undisputed market leader ahead of approval, they will be the first to capitalize on the growth once approval is declared.
The Hendren Groups Senior Vice President David Holmes concluded saying, “TEPCO has already instituted major changes in safety requirements within their nuclear plants and is in the process of seeking approval to resume operations, giving the energy group an advantage over their competitors in the market. TEPCO is in a win win situation when it comes to restarting the nuclear plants, if approval is granted they will be launched ahead of all competition, however, if it is declined the processes they have in place still leaves them in the forefront.”
The benefits to holding TEPCO stock are obvious. A well-managed company with a broad support base in a well performing sector. With Japanese demand for electricity outstripping supply and with demand increasing it is this ideal situation for continuing company growth and profit. TEPCO has always been a good investment, but at this junction, it is simply one of the best available in a growing global energy market.
Hendren Group is set to continue to advise clients to acquire shares within the Asian markets adding to successful diversified portfolios.
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