Vermilion Energy Inc

VET-T

TSE:VET

9.59
0.30 (3.23%)
Vermilion Energy is an international oil and gas producer with operations in North America, Europe and Australia. Vermilion pays a monthly dividend of Canadian $0.215 per share, which provides a current yield of approximately 5%.
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Analysis and Opinions about VET-T

Signal
Opinion
Expert
Chart
BUY
BUY
December 20, 2019
14% dividend right now. Even if they cut their dividend, it would be 7%. Their main interest is in Europe. The company has said they won’t cut the dividends. He doesn’t see further weakness in oil price, and we could see a firm period.
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14% dividend right now. Even if they cut their dividend, it would be 7%. Their main interest is in Europe. The company has said they won’t cut the dividends. He doesn’t see further weakness in oil price, and we could see a firm period.
David Cockfield
Price
$20.800
Owned
Yes
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 19, 2019
The shorts are willing to pay the costs of borrowing and the dividend is 13%. Dividend sustainability is not an issue but he thinks you are beating a dead horse.
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The shorts are willing to pay the costs of borrowing and the dividend is 13%. Dividend sustainability is not an issue but he thinks you are beating a dead horse.
Eric Nuttall
Price
$20.500
Owned
Unknown
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 18, 2019
He doesn't like energy, and careful with this high 13.5% dividend if there is a downturn. He'd rather buy a Canadian bank. He's not sure if the dividend is sustainable. The sector needs higher oil prices.
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He doesn't like energy, and careful with this high 13.5% dividend if there is a downturn. He'd rather buy a Canadian bank. He's not sure if the dividend is sustainable. The sector needs higher oil prices.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 13, 2019
They have some international price exposure. She does not own any energy producers, due to take away issues. The yield is quite high, but the company has committed to maintain it she hears -- but never say never. She would not recommend this as an income stock. Yield 13%
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They have some international price exposure. She does not own any energy producers, due to take away issues. The yield is quite high, but the company has committed to maintain it she hears -- but never say never. She would not recommend this as an income stock. Yield 13%
HOLD
HOLD
December 11, 2019
The company is saying capex and the dividend are fully funded down to $55 WTI prices. The 14% dividend is sustainable they say. He is not modelling earnings growth. You could buy it for the dividend if you think oil prices are going to stay here or for capital appreciation if you think oil prices are going higher.
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The company is saying capex and the dividend are fully funded down to $55 WTI prices. The 14% dividend is sustainable they say. He is not modelling earnings growth. You could buy it for the dividend if you think oil prices are going to stay here or for capital appreciation if you think oil prices are going higher.
Greg Newman
Price
$19.530
Owned
Unknown
COMMENT
COMMENT
December 10, 2019
Why is this down so much? It comes down to an exodus of capital from the oil sector. VET does fetch the world oil price, better than Canadian oil. The dividend is the biggest issue, yielding above 12%. It's a sector story, not the stock itself. All oil stocks are cheap, from Encana to Crescent Point, which are well-managed and cheaply valued. Pick and stick to an oil stock you feel most comfortable with. VET is not as cheap as its peers, but offers better assets and balance sheet.
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Why is this down so much? It comes down to an exodus of capital from the oil sector. VET does fetch the world oil price, better than Canadian oil. The dividend is the biggest issue, yielding above 12%. It's a sector story, not the stock itself. All oil stocks are cheap, from Encana to Crescent Point, which are well-managed and cheaply valued. Pick and stick to an oil stock you feel most comfortable with. VET is not as cheap as its peers, but offers better assets and balance sheet.
John Zechner
Price
$19.710
Owned
Unknown
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 5, 2019
He said to get out last year and he still feels you should get out. -61% in terms of value from his model price. The dividend is not safe. There are no earnings here and it could fall another 50% again next year.
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He said to get out last year and he still feels you should get out. -61% in terms of value from his model price. The dividend is not safe. There are no earnings here and it could fall another 50% again next year.
Brian Acker, CA
Price
$19.100
Owned
Unknown
COMMENT
COMMENT
December 3, 2019
The big question remains the big dividend. On the plus side, they are diversified internationally. Any bounce in oil will benefit VET a lot. Their balance sheet is fine. He expects them to continue share buybacks, but are phasing out their DRIP program.
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The big question remains the big dividend. On the plus side, they are diversified internationally. Any bounce in oil will benefit VET a lot. Their balance sheet is fine. He expects them to continue share buybacks, but are phasing out their DRIP program.
Michael Sprung
Price
$18.640
Owned
Unknown
HOLD
HOLD
November 29, 2019
Management has stated the dividend is safe as they would rather not grow to protect it. Unfortunately there as less and less investors wanting to buy into the space, because pipeline development is not being supported by government. There are too many other opportunities globally. Fundamentally the company is fine, but he is not sure this is the space to invest.
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Management has stated the dividend is safe as they would rather not grow to protect it. Unfortunately there as less and less investors wanting to buy into the space, because pipeline development is not being supported by government. There are too many other opportunities globally. Fundamentally the company is fine, but he is not sure this is the space to invest.
Robert Lauzon
Price
$19.590
Owned
No
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 25, 2019
Dividend safe? The stock has come down because of doubts over that dividend. Also, VET has invested around the world, sowing confusion among investors--What kind of company are you? The 14% yield makes him doubt.
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Dividend safe? The stock has come down because of doubts over that dividend. Also, VET has invested around the world, sowing confusion among investors--What kind of company are you? The 14% yield makes him doubt.
Peter Imhof
Price
$19.690
Owned
No
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
November 21, 2019
(A Top Pick Dec 17/18, Down 23%) The volumes came down in the quarter. There is a question about dividend sustainability at $50 oil. He likes the stock. There is significant upside in the stock. $36 is his target in a $70 oil price environment. Buy during tax loss season.
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(A Top Pick Dec 17/18, Down 23%) The volumes came down in the quarter. There is a question about dividend sustainability at $50 oil. He likes the stock. There is significant upside in the stock. $36 is his target in a $70 oil price environment. Buy during tax loss season.
Josef Schachter
Price
$19.430
Owned
Yes
COMMENT
COMMENT
November 20, 2019
He has a $35 target. VET is one of the few oil stocks he has, but he doesn't like oil in general.
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He has a $35 target. VET is one of the few oil stocks he has, but he doesn't like oil in general.
Jaime Carrasco
Price
$19.050
Owned
Yes
HOLD
HOLD
November 18, 2019
The management team has done a great job and maintained their dividend. Now their dividend is being called into question like never before. They can pay it at these levels. Even if they cut the dividend, they have strong assets across the globe and the dividend would still be good.
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The management team has done a great job and maintained their dividend. Now their dividend is being called into question like never before. They can pay it at these levels. Even if they cut the dividend, they have strong assets across the globe and the dividend would still be good.
Ryan Bushell
Price
$19.530
Owned
Yes
PARTIAL BUY
PARTIAL BUY
November 18, 2019
Energy is trying to stabilize. VET has been in a long downtrend and trying to base around $18. As long as it doesn't fall below that point, VET is worth nibbling away now (add exposure) and hold for a year or two. He has a very long-term view on markets.
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Energy is trying to stabilize. VET has been in a long downtrend and trying to base around $18. As long as it doesn't fall below that point, VET is worth nibbling away now (add exposure) and hold for a year or two. He has a very long-term view on markets.
Javed Mirza
Price
$19.530
Owned
Unknown
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 15, 2019
Buy for Yield? He would not buy here. Although the dividend is juicy, he thinks oil producers will fair better. VET still commands a higher multiple than other plays, so he sees better choices out there.
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Buy for Yield? He would not buy here. Although the dividend is juicy, he thinks oil producers will fair better. VET still commands a higher multiple than other plays, so he sees better choices out there.
Eric Nuttall
Price
$19.120
Owned
No
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