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H vs. AQN He's been adding to AQN. Valuations have come back in the renewables, with more upside in the next year or two over basic fossil fuel companies. AQN has a 4% dividend yield, valuation is good, Kentucky Power acquisition is another leg of growth.
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DON'T BUY

It's performed well in the past 12-24 months. Ontario is one of the most difficult energy jurisdictions around. Hydro doesn't offer much growth, but it's stable. The dividend isn't enough to excite investors, so he prefers Fortis and others. It's okay to hang onto shares.

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DON'T BUY

Very defensive cashflow streams. Compared to Fortis, Hydro One has geographical limitations being based only in Ontario. In terms of rising interest rates, it remains low and it is not an immediate concern. Look for a utility that has the ability to increase dividends annually.

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HOLD

He favours Fortis and Algonquin. H-T is a very stable business model. They had aggressive growth projects but they didn't work out. Would like to see more diversification of cashflow since it is very dependant on Ontario. It is a good, durable business. Would not sell it but it may not perform as well as others. Growth platform is limited.

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HOLD
They made a big acquisition and ran into trouble, but that now behind them. They've endured Covid this, but there's little stock appreciation ahead. Hold this to collect the dividend.
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DON'T BUY

Likes it. OK growth rate. Expensive. AQN and FTS are trading at better levels with nice growth rates and dividend growth. Pretty safe area, but a mistake to buy at the top of the range.

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PARTIAL SELL
He buys utilities to generate income. Yes, they are boring, but this sector has had an incredible run in the last 12 months. This is overbought now and would take profits. Also, the yield has dropped to 3.3%, which is a negative.
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Ontario's current government has made many changes to the Hydro board, a gong show. He is wait-and-see with Hydro and prefers Emera as a utility, which offers better growth and doesn't suffer government meddling. At its core, though, Hydro is a great business as a regulated utility.

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DON'T BUY

They've done well this year, especially with less government influence. He prefers AQN, Fortis and BEP in this space who have better growth and offer wider diversification. H-T is Ontario-centric. It's okay if you hold it.

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DON'T BUY
As a dividend stock Fine as a dividend stock, but not fine as a stock. They tried to do a US acquisition, but found out they couldn't. They have large capex, too. Dividend is safe and has been doing better lately than he expected, but that could be a result of a yield play. Doesn't interest him.
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DON'T BUY
Pays a good yield, but there isn't much growth. She wants utilities for the yields but also cash flow growth. The Ontario government still owns 47% of this company so it's possible they could sell down and get involved in the company's operations.
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COMMENT

Sell half of my holdings and buy a utility? It pays a 3.9%. The shares have done well since they abandoned a bid to buy a Washington utility. There's little growth here, though. He prefers Capital Power which is a little riskier and pays a safer dividend. Also look at Innergex or a REIT, if you want income.

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WEAK BUY
This was supposed to be a sleepy, easygoing utility. They did a deal in the US that was not seen that positively. It trades at a discount now. He thinks the discount is warranted due to management, who needs to be trusted. They need to articulate their strategy and then have some wins. He is seeing better opportunities than this one.
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COMMENT

H vs. CU Hydro One had serious issues, but a decent dividend. If he had to pick one right now, he'd pick CU. Looks a bit steadier. Hydro One is in nosebleed territory, and looks as though it's starting to come off. CU is consolidating, and looks to go higher short-term. $35 is a good stop level to sell CU, $22 for Hydro One.

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DON'T BUY
It is a lot of natural gas, compared to other renewable energies. It has a fairly low environmental score. They are not a leader or ahead of the curve in transition to renewable.
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Hydro One(H-T) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 1

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 3

Total Signals / Votes : 4

Stockchase rating for Hydro One is calculated according to the stock experts' signals. A high score means experts mostly recommend to buy the stock while a low score means experts mostly recommend to sell the stock.

Hydro One(H-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Hydro One stock symbol?

Hydro One is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol H-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (H-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:H or H-T

Is Hydro One a buy or a sell?

In the last year, 4 stock analysts published opinions about H-T. 0 analysts recommended to BUY the stock. 3 analysts recommended to SELL the stock. The latest stock analyst recommendation is . Read the latest stock experts' ratings for Hydro One.

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4 stock analysts on Stockchase covered Hydro One In the last year. It is a trending stock that is worth watching.

What is Hydro One stock price?

On 2022-01-21, Hydro One (H-T) stock closed at a price of $31.87.