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BUY on WEAKNESS
Dividend fluctuates dramatically year to year. If you hold it for the longer term, it works out to a good rate of return. Iron ore can have pretty wide swings, and going into a recession will probably be under significant pressure.
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Dividend safe? Dividend fluctuates. They take a royalty, so if the price of iron fluctuates, the dividend will fluctuate too. Look first at China, as it's the biggest consumer of iron ore by a mile. No operating risk, but susceptible to downturns in the price.
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PARTIAL BUY
Did well earlier this year in the base metals rally, but inflation and the Russian invasion hit and wider market sentiment has since plunged. Long-term, LIF is great, though. Their royalty structure creates nice cash flow, and it pays a variable dividend that should remain reasonably high. Shares have fallen a lot, so you can start looking into an entry point.
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Unspecified
There is a risk in buying this for income since the dividend is lofty, though a small cut still yields good income. Some analysts are cutting targets but it is attractive at this price. Has a good profile.
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WAIT
High dividend yield. Iron ore prices were over $200/tonne, but now they're $100, still extremely high. Steel looks particularly weak. Even in a recession, we won't go back to $50, but the yield should normalize closer to 7%. Wait and see, start to dabble in Q4.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Royalty on each shipment, not mining themselves. Good way to play the sector. Good yield. Entry point is important. If you own it, hold. They pay out to shareholders what they receive. High yield could be a warning, but this company trades solidly between $20 and $40. Yield is 13%.
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HOLD
Easy money has been made. Remains a good play on economic recovery, good dividend. He no longer owns it personally, but owns it indirectly through the royalties of ALS.
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RISKY BUY
Be careful. Yield of 13% was what they paid out last year. Variable dividend policy. Not participating in the commodities rally. Economically sensitive. If you're trying to play the last 20% of the rally, decent entry point. Too volatile for him.
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SELL
At all-time highs. Model price of $69, but it's a cyclical. EPS of $3.92, but payout of $3.25. Balance sheet not growing. If earnings dip, you'll have a negative rate of return.
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BUY
As an income stock? Upstream commodity producers are likely to benefit from inflation and the commodity super-cycle. Prices and volumes are strong. Note that the dividend moves around. A really good one to insulate you from inflation.
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HOLD
Great 2021. Moderation in the return profile for 2022. Depends on underlying economy and demand for base commodities. Good, long-term asset that you need to buy at a better entry point. If you have it, hold.
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WATCH
Overall trend seems to be more infrastructure and ramp up in the economy. If so, steel production should go up. With the bigger focus on the environment, higher grade pellets have the ESG factor to them. After the selloff, he has his eye on it.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
It's too cyclical for him. He likes the company. He'd buy this if this fell to the low-$20s or teens, which is not now.
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WAIT
LIF vs. CIA Iron ore prices are pretty high, and it's not in short supply. If you're more aggressive, buy CIA. If you want to sit back and collect the cashflow, buy LIF. Be cautious on buying them in the short term, due to price weakness.
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BUY
Commodity (iron ore) LIF vs. finished product (steel) STLC? He'd choose LIF. Owns it for income. STLC is an operating company; whereas LIF is a topline royalty company (gets paid on topline, not bottom line), operating for 50+ years, less operating leverage. Both steel and iron ore have rolled over. More downside for steel. Iron ore has already corrected back. Safer play. Yield is 24%, partially due to special dividends. Only 2% yield for STLC, and the CEO has been a major seller.
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Labrador Iron Ore Royalty(LIF-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 7

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 2

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 11

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Labrador Iron Ore Royalty(LIF-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is Labrador Iron Ore Royalty stock symbol?

Labrador Iron Ore Royalty is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol LIF-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (LIF-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:LIF or LIF-T

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What is Labrador Iron Ore Royalty stock price?

On 2022-10-05, Labrador Iron Ore Royalty (LIF-T) stock closed at a price of $28.75.