Exelon (EXC) is currently trading at an enterprise-value-to-EBITDA valuation multiple of 8.0x, which is higher than its five-year average valuation. Compared to its historical average, EXC seems to be trading at a premium.
Considering its PE multiple, Exelon seems to be trading at a discount against many peer utility stocks. It’s trading at a PE multiple of 12.0x. Entergy (ETR) is trading at a PE multiple of 14.3x, while Public Service Enterprise Group (PEG) is trading at 21.0x.
Amid increased trade war tensions in the last few weeks, investors have turned to utilities (XLU), mainly due to their higher dividend yields and stable stock price movements. To learn more about the top-yielding utilities, see Do You Own Any of These Top-Yielding S&P 500 Utilities Stocks?