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BUY
Large cap, diversified infrastructure play, headed by one of the best asset managers BAM. Excellent job building out globally. Better ways to play infrastructure by owning individual names vs. a conglomerate. Good candidate if you want to sleep at night and collect the dividend.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
TOP PICK
Fantastic acquisition of IPL at a great price. Really strong portfolio in western Canada combined with global assets that are starting to reawaken from Covid. Poised to run. Good dividend that's steadily increasing. Yield is 3.67%. (Analysts’ price target is $79.06)
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
BUY
You can own this as BIP.UN or BIP.C (the corporate form), partially to give American investors fewer tax and compliance hassles. The two diverged widely until last July, but have since been converging. He suggests buying the cheaper BIP.UN over the BIP.C. He owns neither, but holds the parent, BAM. He likes BIP given its geographic and industry diversity of strong holdings, are well-capitalized through BAM, and are helmed by sharp managers. BIP is a great compounder at 24% annually since 2009. No qualms about owning BIP.UN though.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
DON'T BUY
People own it for the 3.6% dividend yield. Not a huge fan of infrastructure right now, as they're in the same camp as utilities and telecoms. Stable, low economic sensitivity, low dividend growth. Market likes faster dividend growers. Relative strength has been weakening. Not the best place for total return going forward.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
BUY
Many Brookfield companies look expensive, but are resilient, including BIP. They pay 3.5% in dividends, safe. The integration of Interpipeline will be positive. He'd be happy to buy this. Very well managed.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick May 25/21, Up 40%) He still adds to this on weakness. There'll be a massive build in infrastructure so BAM will benefit.

Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
HOLD
Great company. She owns it through BAM, the parent. Look at cashflow from operations, not earnings. It's growing and building assets, so there's depreciation as a non-cash charge. You should look at the payout ratio as a percentage of funds from operations, not from earnings. She's not worried.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Aug 17/20, Up 23%) Pays a nice, growing dividend. He still believes in it. They make good acquisitions in counter-cyclical times.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
BUY

Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. Has a very successful record of acquisitions. If they get IPL, it will be net positive. It makes sense to buy in tranches. Outlook for future gains remains solid and the company pays a good dividend. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jul 09/21, Up 30%) Was in the portfolio before the pandemic. Has pieced back into it since. Added to the name due to the infrastructure spending.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
BUY
Likes it. Attractive distribution of just under 4%. Invests in hard assets that provide long, sustainable cashflow growth. Global, across various sectors. Buy cheap assets, build up cashflows, sell at a higher price, repeat.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jun 12/20, Up 23%) Bought it at the time because it was offensive and defensive. Also a reopening play. Would buy again. Trades at 15x Price to AFO. Earnings dialled back their growth rate, but it is a great time to reload and buy more.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
PARTIAL BUY

ARE-T vs. BIP.UN-T. He is happy with both. In terms of catalysts, ARE-T looks to be the more undervalued of the two. He thinks things will get more positive for it after the pandemic. It is a smaller company and could move farther. BIP.UN-T bought cell phone towers in India and are trying to take over IPL-T. He would average in to either one.

Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
BUY

May boost offer for IPL. Great capital allocators. Tailwinds are strong for BAM and BIP (for taxable accounts).

Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
BUY
Likes it and is positive infrastructure now, especially in Canada. BIP is one of the best in this class. They have offices all over the world to source deals. It's a leading private equity firm; he likes how they attract and invest capital. They will likely grow their dividend indefinitely. Fine to buy long term.
Energy Infrastructure, Industrials & Utilities
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Brookfield Infrastructure Partners(BIP.UN-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 17

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 1

Total Signals / Votes : 19

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What is Brookfield Infrastructure Partners stock symbol?

Brookfield Infrastructure Partners is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol BIP.UN-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BIP.UN-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:BIP.UN or BIP.UN-T

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On 2021-12-01, Brookfield Infrastructure Partners (BIP.UN-T) stock closed at a price of $71.96.