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BUY on WEAKNESS
Great company that is well run, and is returning capital to shareholders. Was 2nd largest shareholder after Murray Edwards. Seeing more opportunity in other energy companies. Company trading a 3x cash flow. Expecting 4x multiple on share price(15% upside).
oil / gas
BUY
This morning, their results in Q3 were fine. They plan to lower debt, and then give 50% free cashflow to dividend and then 50% to paying down debt. They could pay a 10% dividend at $70 and 15% dividend at $80. Not many specialists that are willing to go in the small cap space. Trading at 3x at $70. Probably 70% upside potential.
oil / gas
TOP PICK
Owns 8% of the company and is the second largest holder right now. Not the most exciting holdings but they are very profitable and gives good cashflow. Well over 10 years of development drilling. 1.9x EV to 22 cashflow and 39% free cashflow yield. Expects them to initiate a healthy dividend next year. Net zero emitter. Once the balance sheet is brought back to shape, will be in a good position. (Analysts’ price target is $4.60)
oil / gas
BUY
Bought 7% of the company. A name where you get mature assets with strong leverage to a rising oil price. Strong dividends and share buy backs. At 4x multiple at $70 oil, it would trade at $5.60 share price, a 67% upside potential.
oil / gas
TOP PICK
Bought strategic positions in this company. Trading just under 3x cashflow at $60 oil. Higher operating costs. A boring play but at $70 oil, they generate gobs of free cashflow. De-leveraging and balance sheet is improving. Looking for a dividend in the future. Share buy back and acquisitions will add attractiveness. (Analysts’ price target is $2.65)
oil / gas
TOP PICK
Had a convertible note that was converted to stocks so bought it. 7% stake in the company. 2.3x cashflow at $60 oil. Trading at 34% free cashflow yield. Not the most exciting asset, but generates a lot of free cash. They could reinstate their dividend. (Analysts’ price target is $2.65)
oil / gas
BUY
Likes it. Mostly owned by retail investors, so he can't find an institution to buy a lot of shares from (for his fund). He price-targets $35 share price and 120% upside.
oil / gas
DON'T BUY
It would not be a name he would own. The number of market participants are very small. There is a certain market-cap threshold for market relevance. There is a pressure for MnA. It has higher cost, medium heavy oil company. They suspended dividends.
oil / gas
DON'T BUY
A small cap, medium heavy producer. Because they own older fields, operating costs are higher. Banks cut their lines by 30%. There is free cashflow and there is liquidity. However, he would look elsewhere.
oil / gas
DON'T BUY
Light production? It struggles for relevance in the market as a medium to medium-light oil producer. They cut the dividend to zero to de-lever. They purchased old oil fields, but with the higher operating costs and higher risk for environmental liability he would not own this.
oil / gas
DON'T BUY
There are a couple of knocks in terms of leverage. They have more older well bores. Management don't own enough stock.
oil / gas
DON'T BUY
Privatization possibility? He is not surprised privatizations have not happened already in the space. He suggests taking a tax loss and roll into a better oil producer. The demand for the small cap names is just too small right now.
oil / gas
BUY on WEAKNESS
It is one of those oil producers that was a dividend oil producing company. They are using cash flow to pay down debt. They are out of favour but take advantage of tax loss selling.
oil / gas
COMMENT
Is the yield safe? Pays 7.9%. One of his few oil stocks. We're at the bottom of the oil cycle, though who knows for how long? CJ has a low decline rate and are buying back lots of share. The yield is safe at current oil prices and will move up or down with oil prices.
oil / gas
PARTIAL BUY
They are a formal dividend model. They cut the dividend as prices came down. They produce mainly oil. Debt is 26% of equity. They have been using cash flow to pay down debt. The financial statements look good. He thinks in the future they will go up, but in the near term they may come off. Only buy a little bit her.
oil / gas
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Cardinal Energy Ltd(CJ-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 2

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 2

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