Fording Canadian Coal Trust (Inc Trust)

FDG.UN-T

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Analysis and Opinions about FDG.UN-T

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HOLD
HOLD
April 17, 2008
(Market Call Minute.) Commodity price is up, but that is reflected in the stock price valuation.
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(Market Call Minute.) Commodity price is up, but that is reflected in the stock price valuation.
PARTIAL SELL
PARTIAL SELL
April 10, 2008
Outlook for coal continues to be good. Probably has more upside but valuation isn't what it was. In the near term the push on coal prices is going to give it more momentum but it is now much more speculative. If you own, consider taking some profit.
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Outlook for coal continues to be good. Probably has more upside but valuation isn't what it was. In the near term the push on coal prices is going to give it more momentum but it is now much more speculative. If you own, consider taking some profit.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
April 8, 2008
The overall coal business is improving. Had trouble getting tires for their monster trucks a year ago, which slowed down earnings estimates. Ranks 30, top 5% in the database. Estimates have been cranked up by 87% in the last 90 days. Expected to earn $5.39 compared to $2.07 in 07. Trading at 11 PE. Earnings are forecast to grow 21%.
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The overall coal business is improving. Had trouble getting tires for their monster trucks a year ago, which slowed down earnings estimates. Ranks 30, top 5% in the database. Estimates have been cranked up by 87% in the last 90 days. Expected to earn $5.39 compared to $2.07 in 07. Trading at 11 PE. Earnings are forecast to grow 21%.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 26, 2008
Coal still is the cheapest, most abundant energy source on the planet. Great yield on Fording. $55 call option.
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Coal still is the cheapest, most abundant energy source on the planet. Great yield on Fording. $55 call option.
BUY
BUY
March 19, 2008
Coal pricing is extremely strong and getting better. Business fundamentals are really strong and are not dependent on a strapped consumer.
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Coal pricing is extremely strong and getting better. Business fundamentals are really strong and are not dependent on a strapped consumer.
COMMENT
COMMENT
March 7, 2008
For this one, you have to make a projection on metallurgical coal prices. Most of it is sold into the Pacific rim countries. Most of it comes from Australia and the balance from Canada through this company. It really depends on steel demand, which he thinks will continue for some time. He is somewhat bullish on it.
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For this one, you have to make a projection on metallurgical coal prices. Most of it is sold into the Pacific rim countries. Most of it comes from Australia and the balance from Canada through this company. It really depends on steel demand, which he thinks will continue for some time. He is somewhat bullish on it.
SELL
SELL
February 4, 2008
Has had a tremendous run because coal prices have gone through the roof. Doesn't know if this is sustainable. If you own, you can pretty well get your money back now and it might be time to do that.
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Has had a tremendous run because coal prices have gone through the roof. Doesn't know if this is sustainable. If you own, you can pretty well get your money back now and it might be time to do that.
BUY
BUY
December 13, 2007
Feels metallurgical coal is going to be much higher in price. Coal assets are really great and this is one of the cheapest ways of energy.
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Feels metallurgical coal is going to be much higher in price. Coal assets are really great and this is one of the cheapest ways of energy.
BUY
BUY
November 28, 2007
He is shortening energy, but one of his favourite trusts is this one. Coal prices are actually rising quite dramatically right now because of demand from China. This one gives you an incredible yield.
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He is shortening energy, but one of his favourite trusts is this one. Coal prices are actually rising quite dramatically right now because of demand from China. This one gives you an incredible yield.
HOLD
HOLD
November 27, 2007
7.3% yield. Premier class. A long-term hold.
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7.3% yield. Premier class. A long-term hold.
VAGUE
VAGUE
October 30, 2007
Is very cyclical, much more then any commodity typically found. Q3 report was out, but was very disappointing. Thinks it is still well run. If you are looking for stable income, then that meets that criteria.
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Is very cyclical, much more then any commodity typically found. Q3 report was out, but was very disappointing. Thinks it is still well run. If you are looking for stable income, then that meets that criteria.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
October 9, 2007
Has just broken out of a base. Metallurgical coal prices are going up. Pays an excellent return as a yield.
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Has just broken out of a base. Metallurgical coal prices are going up. Pays an excellent return as a yield.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 20, 2007
He likes coal because nobody likes it anymore. Thinks it reached a bottom late last year, so it had its first advance up earlier this year and is now in a corrective period. One of the better performers in the last 2 weeks. A good infrastructure and energy play.
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He likes coal because nobody likes it anymore. Thinks it reached a bottom late last year, so it had its first advance up earlier this year and is now in a corrective period. One of the better performers in the last 2 weeks. A good infrastructure and energy play.
SELL
SELL
July 13, 2007
The metallurgical coal has been doing very well. You will do a lot better with almost any of the other coal producers.
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The metallurgical coal has been doing very well. You will do a lot better with almost any of the other coal producers.
SELL
SELL
July 11, 2007
Coal prices are in the mid-$90 range, up from what they where a year or two ago. Future for coal prices is starting to improve. If you own, consider taking some profits and see what negotiations for coal prices bring later on this year.
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Coal prices are in the mid-$90 range, up from what they where a year or two ago. Future for coal prices is starting to improve. If you own, consider taking some profits and see what negotiations for coal prices bring later on this year.
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