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He likes it long-term but uncertainty short-term about earnings. Utility like. At some point it is going to be a mature industry paying big dividends. Not there yet. Right now because of broader market concerns, need to be cautious.
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Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. The sector has risen sharply in 2020. The downside reaction in 2021 was probably overdone. In a risk off market, the stable cash flow in the sector would be attractive. A solid company with growing dividends. Good for income and some growth.Good recovery potential from current levels. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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BEPC Big fans and owners of the parent company, BAM. Created the "C" corporation to eliminate tax filing headaches for investors; it trades corporation units instead of partnership units. Exactly the same company, so should trade at the same price, give or take.
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He likes renewables; demand for energy will continue. Renewables have treaded water for at least a year, but he expects more energy demand next year and these companies will be renegotiating contracts with clients. 2022 should be good for them.
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The whole sector has a good run 12 months ago on Biden's election, but valuations were above historical levels. They have since pulled back, while higher interest rates to come have impacted. She bought this because they're very global and use a diverse range of energy generation (wind, solar).
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Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. Higher interest rates will certainly hurt the stock as it has a fairly big debt load. It is also a dividend stock, which can see weakness with a quick rise in interest rates. It depends on the rate of interest rate hikes. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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For income. Yield is somewhat lower, with valuation somewhat higher, than other renewables, because of strong organic growth prospects ahead of them. Likes it here. Renewables went on a tear, and they've all been giving up gains. Secular growth story, one of the best in the sector.
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Likes the renewable space. The growth will be there. Higher interest rates will impact them. Solid, core holding. You'll do fine over the long term.
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Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. It is hard to say whether a rise in interest rates will impact the stock price or if it is already priced in. It largely depends on the speed of rate rises and if it goes up faster than anticipated. Inflation news will also affect it. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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The renewable sector has been neutral all year. It is partly because some of the earnings were lower than estimated due to wind not blowing in the some offshore areas in Europe. Legacy energy has been so strong that funds have moved out of renewable back into legacy energy stocks. Softening energy prices would move more funds back into renewable. He likes this one. It is the most expensive one, however. He has a higher weighting of the cheaper peers in his funds.
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He owns BAM'A, the parent, instead, so has indirect exposure to BEP. Renewable energy got a sharp bump when Biden won the election late-2020 and into early 2021. Then, those stocks faded until the current pullback is now buyable. BEP is very good at operating solar, hydro and thermal energy. It also pays over a 3% dividend yield, and the target is to grow that over 5% annually. Stable and enjoying secular tailwinds. Now is a good entry point.
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Billy Kawasaki’s Insights - Billy’s most-liked answers from 5i Research. Likes the prospects but a quick jump to prior highs is not expected. Seasonality and investor sentiment has since cooled. At current levels, it is attractive, especially with the decent dividend. Unlock Premium - Try 5i Free

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Global scope in wind, solar, hydro. Renewable trend is not going away. Most of the renewables have pulled back, but most valuations had gotten ahead of themselves. Attractive entry point now. She's buying for new clients.
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(A Top Pick Jul 16/20, Up 27%) Continues to own it. Given this pullback (along with peers) by 20%, this is now an attractive entry point. There's long-term secular growth in green energy. BEP has operations around the world, and the parent company owns 40% of this company. Hydro garners a premium valuation and makes up a big part of BEP. You need exposure in renewable energy and this is one.
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A core, long-term holding. Current income through its dividend of close to 3%, and will grow fairly steadily. Political winds of change are blowing pretty strongly in Canada, meaning a lot of investment in the sector. Good total return potential.
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Brookfield Renewable Energy(BEP.UN-T) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 18

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 2

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 20

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On 2022-01-19, Brookfield Renewable Energy (BEP.UN-T) stock closed at a price of $41.28.