Brookfield Asset Management Inc.

BAM-N

NYSE:BAM

40.82
0.27 (0.65%)
Brookfield Asset Management Inc. is a global alternative asset manager with approximately $285 billion of assets under management, focusing on real estate, renewable power, infrastructure and private equity.
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STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
November 5, 2020
Great company. Manage long-duration, real assets like infrastructure, utilities, renewable energy, real estate. Benefit from lower interest rates. Excellent buyers and operators of global assets. Permanent generator of cashflows. Projected 45B of free cashflow over the next decade. Stock's pulled back on real estate concerns, but it excels at buying distressed assets. Buy it all day, every day.
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Great company. Manage long-duration, real assets like infrastructure, utilities, renewable energy, real estate. Benefit from lower interest rates. Excellent buyers and operators of global assets. Permanent generator of cashflows. Projected 45B of free cashflow over the next decade. Stock's pulled back on real estate concerns, but it excels at buying distressed assets. Buy it all day, every day.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 14, 2020

(A Top Pick Oct 09/20, Down 1%) Still likes it for new client money. Global. Diversified. Likes the Oaktree Capital acquisition. Lots of liquidity to take advantage of opportunities. More growth oriented than a big dividend.

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(A Top Pick Oct 09/20, Down 1%) Still likes it for new client money. Global. Diversified. Likes the Oaktree Capital acquisition. Lots of liquidity to take advantage of opportunities. More growth oriented than a big dividend.

BUY
BUY
September 16, 2020

BAM vs. BEP.UN They always defer to the parent, BAM, as with it you get a fully diversified portfolio. All the subsidiaries pay management fees up to the parent. Though BAM's price is under pressure, he'd add to it.

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BAM vs. BEP.UN They always defer to the parent, BAM, as with it you get a fully diversified portfolio. All the subsidiaries pay management fees up to the parent. Though BAM's price is under pressure, he'd add to it.

BUY
BUY
July 8, 2020
He debated making this a top pick. A well run diversified business. Low interest rates will give them excellent operating leverage. Its share values were hit with the negatively of real estate. The valuation has come down to a level he would be willing to buy today.
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He debated making this a top pick. A well run diversified business. Low interest rates will give them excellent operating leverage. Its share values were hit with the negatively of real estate. The valuation has come down to a level he would be willing to buy today.
HOLD
HOLD
April 1, 2020
A quality company that he holds. They buy distressed debt and are a private asset and infrastructure manager. They do not mark to market their assets as much as common stock companies so it reduces their volatility somewhat. The dividend is growing, although it is a little low.
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A quality company that he holds. They buy distressed debt and are a private asset and infrastructure manager. They do not mark to market their assets as much as common stock companies so it reduces their volatility somewhat. The dividend is growing, although it is a little low.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 11, 2020
Does well when interest rates go lower. Visible growth at a reasonable valuation. Modeling 19% growth. Decent level here. Balance sheet is really great. Yield is 1.30%. (Analysts’ price target is $95.13)
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Does well when interest rates go lower. Visible growth at a reasonable valuation. Modeling 19% growth. Decent level here. Balance sheet is really great. Yield is 1.30%. (Analysts’ price target is $95.13)
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
January 9, 2020
(A Top Pick Jan 09/19, Up 43%) Today is not the day that it's too late to jump in. Still buying with fresh dollars. Secular flow of money into real assets like renewable energy, or infrastructure, at the expense of stocks and bonds. Expertise. Dominant in the alternative asset space.
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(A Top Pick Jan 09/19, Up 43%) Today is not the day that it's too late to jump in. Still buying with fresh dollars. Secular flow of money into real assets like renewable energy, or infrastructure, at the expense of stocks and bonds. Expertise. Dominant in the alternative asset space.
BUY
BUY
November 27, 2019

BPY has been stuck and he thinks it will continue. They are high quality and are cheap in terms of value. However, it suffers from its relationship with the parent. Their assets are office in London and shopping malls. He thinks though when they privatized assets to the parent they did not pay fair market value. He thinks you should own BAM instead as they collect fees instead of paying fees like BPY.

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BPY has been stuck and he thinks it will continue. They are high quality and are cheap in terms of value. However, it suffers from its relationship with the parent. Their assets are office in London and shopping malls. He thinks though when they privatized assets to the parent they did not pay fair market value. He thinks you should own BAM instead as they collect fees instead of paying fees like BPY.

BUY
BUY
November 7, 2019
BAM.A vs. BPY.UN Neither for steady income. He owns BAM. All the other Brookfield pieces flow up to the top. Dividend not huge, but capital appreciation good. Another steady income is Brookfield Infrastructure, with a higher dividend.
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BAM.A vs. BPY.UN Neither for steady income. He owns BAM. All the other Brookfield pieces flow up to the top. Dividend not huge, but capital appreciation good. Another steady income is Brookfield Infrastructure, with a higher dividend.
BUY
BUY
November 6, 2019
He does not own BAM. It is a fabulous company and the dividend is solid. They just seem to land on their feet now wonder what happens. A pillar in any portfolio. He wished he owned it.
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He does not own BAM. It is a fabulous company and the dividend is solid. They just seem to land on their feet now wonder what happens. A pillar in any portfolio. He wished he owned it.
HOLD
HOLD
September 20, 2019
He expects this could go a little higher. At the top of the Brookfield pyramid, it is a broad based of all kinds of assets. It will move a lot like the market -- almost too diversified. It is pretty close to full valuation here.
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He expects this could go a little higher. At the top of the Brookfield pyramid, it is a broad based of all kinds of assets. It will move a lot like the market -- almost too diversified. It is pretty close to full valuation here.
BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
September 20, 2019
He likes it and it’s a good name. It’s still tradings at a reasonable valuation. He wouldn’t buy it now and would wait for a pullback.
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He likes it and it’s a good name. It’s still tradings at a reasonable valuation. He wouldn’t buy it now and would wait for a pullback.
COMMENT
COMMENT
July 9, 2019

In isolation BPY.UN-T is a great name. It trades at a large discount to NAV and pays a yield of 6%. He looks at other real estate stocks and he would favour owning the parent BAM-N. He prefers the parent as they collect fees from all the other entities. Now is a good time to own BPY.UN-T due to the discount to NAV and this lower interest rate environment. He would be cautious that they do hold a lot of retail shopping centres, which may require capital investment in the future.

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In isolation BPY.UN-T is a great name. It trades at a large discount to NAV and pays a yield of 6%. He looks at other real estate stocks and he would favour owning the parent BAM-N. He prefers the parent as they collect fees from all the other entities. Now is a good time to own BPY.UN-T due to the discount to NAV and this lower interest rate environment. He would be cautious that they do hold a lot of retail shopping centres, which may require capital investment in the future.

PARTIAL BUY
PARTIAL BUY
June 4, 2019
Analyst price is lower than market? He does own it and other in the brand. This is the overall holding company with all asset revenues flowing up to it. He does like management. Why it is trading above analyst forecast prices, he is not sure. He recommends looking longer term and invest a little overtime to participate in short term weakness.
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Analyst price is lower than market? He does own it and other in the brand. This is the overall holding company with all asset revenues flowing up to it. He does like management. Why it is trading above analyst forecast prices, he is not sure. He recommends looking longer term and invest a little overtime to participate in short term weakness.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
May 27, 2019
A global company, in both developed and developing markets. Second largest global asset manager, just behind Blackstone. A chance to participate along with some of the brightest minds in asset classes retail investors can't normally touch, like infrastructure, private equity, renewables, and real estate. Recent acquisition is counter-cyclical, allowing them to benefit from distressed asset sales. Yield is 1.36%. (Analysts’ price target is $73.02)
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A global company, in both developed and developing markets. Second largest global asset manager, just behind Blackstone. A chance to participate along with some of the brightest minds in asset classes retail investors can't normally touch, like infrastructure, private equity, renewables, and real estate. Recent acquisition is counter-cyclical, allowing them to benefit from distressed asset sales. Yield is 1.36%. (Analysts’ price target is $73.02)
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Brookfield Asset Management Inc.(BAM-N) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 5

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 6

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Brookfield Asset Management Inc.(BAM-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Brookfield Asset Management Inc. stock symbol?

Brookfield Asset Management Inc. is a American stock, trading under the symbol BAM-N on the New York Stock Exchange (BAM). It is usually referred to as NYSE:BAM or BAM-N

Is Brookfield Asset Management Inc. a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 6 stock analysts published opinions about BAM-N. 5 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 0 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is STRONG BUY. Read the latest stock experts' ratings for Brookfield Asset Management Inc..

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What is Brookfield Asset Management Inc. stock price?

On 2020-12-02, Brookfield Asset Management Inc. (BAM-N) stock closed at a price of $40.815.