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Crescent Point Energy Corp Stock Symbol: CPG-T

Last Price Recorded: $17.4100 on 2016-12-05

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Date Signal Expert Opinion Price
2016-04-11 PARTIAL BUY James Telfser

(Market Call Minute.) Would rate this as a half-buy given his views on energy and their great long-life assets.


Price:
$18.410
Subject:
CANADIAN
Bias:
OPTIMISTIC
Owned:
Unknown
2016-04-07 TOP PICK Eric Nuttall

Don’t think about it as a dividend payer.  They are more interested in institutional money.  As oil appreciates they can grow faster than consensus would say.  Money will come out of companies like SU-T and much of it will go into this company.


Price:
$17.530
Subject:
OIL & GAS
Bias:
BULLISH on OIL
Owned:
Yes
2016-04-05 COMMENT Zachary Curry

This is on his list. The reduction in their dividend was a really meaningful step. In effect management is saying that they cannot pay this out anymore. This could be one of the better names coming out of this environment. Have great assets. Also, have not borrowed as heavily as other companies. He would be a buyer at the right price.


Price:
$17.100
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN - LARGE
Bias:
DEFENSIVE
Owned:
No
2016-03-28 HOLD Michael Sprung

He owns a little.  They finally reduced their dividend to a much more manageable level.  It shows management can act prudently.  This one still looks a little expensive at these levels.  They are a well managed company.


Price:
$17.820
Subject:
CANADIAN LARGE
Bias:
CAUTIOUS
Owned:
Yes
2016-03-21 TOP PICK Robert Lauzon

They are making money here and just slashed their dividend.  They can make acquisitions without issuing equity now.  He thinks they will acquire to increase earnings per share. 


Price:
$18.590
Subject:
ENERGY & INFRASTRUCTURE
Bias:
OPTIMISTIC
Owned:
Yes
2016-03-15 BUY Bruce Campbell (1)

(Market Call Minute.) This is his only oil holding, and he would be a buyer under $18.


Price:
$17.890
Subject:
CANADIAN LARGE
Bias:
OPTIMISTIC
Owned:
Yes
2016-03-14 HOLD Teal Linde

Don’t sell it.  Don’t buy more.  The problem is that the production was 176k barrels last year and they expect to do 165k this year.  They reduced their dividend to 2%.  Their valuation is lower than their peers.  He would slightly underweight this stock in a portfolio.


Price:
$17.910
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN
Bias:
SELECTIVE
Owned:
Unknown
2016-03-11 COMMENT Bill Harris, CFA

These are cyclical stocks, so to buy something at the bottom really looks bad. When oil went below $30, no company in Canada was making money. If paying a dividend when you don’t make money and you don’t know how long it is going to be, no company should be paying a dividend. He likes this company, and if he gets his stars to line up correctly, he is probably going to own this again. The best company with oil leverage to get out of this situation.


Price:
$18.340
Subject:
RESOURCE
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
No
2016-03-10 HOLD Christine Poole

They are being prudent.  They cut back their cap X program as well as the dividend.  35% of this year’s production is hedged at $80.  They can still grow production and it is encouraging.  It speaks to their inventory of land.  There is still a bit of a yield.  It is a call on crude oil at this point.


Price:
$17.490
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN - LARGE
Bias:
BULLISH on US ECONOMY
Owned:
Unknown
2016-03-09 COMMENT Fabrice Taylor

This is one of those “go to” names when people want to get back into oil. Had a nice bounce from its low. His guess is that we are close to the bottom in oil. Would prefer buying an ETF, a safer way to play oil.


Price:
$17.350
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
No
2016-02-29 COMMENT Ryan Bushell

Hedges – when do they start to disappear?  They have 30% of their oil hedged over $85/barrel for the remainder of the year.  The next two years have about 10% hedged north of $80 and then it is nominal. 


Price:
$16.490
Subject:
CANADIAN LARGE (DIVIDENDS)
Bias:
SELECTIVE
Owned:
Yes
2016-02-29 TOP PICK Brooke Thackray

This company has 33% of their book hedged out at $83 for 2016, so it has some time. Looking at demand going up in oil and supplies slowly coming down, at some point there is going to be some support. They are managing their balance sheet quite well.


Price:
$16.490
Subject:
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS & SEASONAL INVESTING
Bias:
UNKNOWN
Owned:
Yes
2016-02-23 HOLD Eric Nuttall

This could be $20 by year-end. If you were to own one oil name, it would be this. It gives you the combination of very high quality assets, modest debt, good hedge position and high netback light oil. Has been out of favour and is now in favour in large institutions. They may cut their dividend by 20%-30% again in the next couple of months. If they do, he thinks the stock will actually go up.


Price:
$16.010
Subject:
ENERGY & SMALL CAP EQUITIES
Bias:
BULLISH on OIL
Owned:
Yes
2016-02-23 COMMENT James Telfser

This company always issued equity to pay for their dividend and fund some growth. If there is an energy rebound, a company like this should do well. They have decent long life assets to support dividend growth going down the road. He is cautious on energy stocks, and would be cautious on this.


Price:
$16.010
Subject:
CANADIAN
Bias:
CAUTIOUS
Owned:
No
2016-02-12 COMMENT Jason Mann

Definitely a “go to” name for the Canadian retail space, but would not be his 1st pick for energy. You can get companies cheaper that have better price momentum. Pays a good yield, but that alone is not a good reason to own energy stocks. Reasonably valued, kind of the middle of the pack, but high volatility, negative ROE’s and they don’t make money yet at these oil prices. Would prefer something like Raging River (RRX-T) or Granite Oil (GXO-T). Has a small Short on this. (See Top Picks.)


Price:
$14.430
Subject:
NORTH AMERICAN
Bias:
CAUTIOUS
Owned:
Yes
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1 Comment

mylund

December 19th 2013 at 12:44pm

Who would be railing their crude in North America?


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