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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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COMMENT
Probably has to do with the steel market. The last few months have seen talks about China and their steel demand. All steel companies have dropped. Long term supply and demand with stimulus and infrastructure, looks like a long term secular move.
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DON'T BUY
Iron ore prices have fallen 33%. The dividend will probably adjusted for the following prices. Their dividends are fairly irregular. The dividend is related to the price of iron ore. Prefers to not buy resource stocks since it is not a long run growing company.
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WAIT
Be careful. Don't get too enamoured with the dividend. It's likely to come down as iron ore pricing is under pressure. Dividend is tied to cashflow generated. It's holding at the moving average, but he'd wait for it to make a turn. There's more risk than he'd like to take right now.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Aug 12/20, Up 78%) They pay in divvies all their excess returns. Commodity prices like iron ore have gone through the roof since he bought LIF. Valuation and ROE remain strong. If iron ore prices hold, LIF will continue to do well. There's still upside here.
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HOLD
They collect royalties on the production of iron ore. They are at the top of the quality food chain for iron ore. They are more competitive at selling to the rest of the world. Iron prices are very high as a result of shortage. Chinese demand is steady but they are having to move to higher quality supplies locally. When the price of steel comes down, iron ore will come down too, so be cautious. It will be a trade and not a long term investment.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
Want to buy it when it is on a discount. Right now, it is fair priced. Want this as a core holding in a pension type account.
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Labrador Iron Ore Royalty(LIF-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 8

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 4

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 14

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On 2022-06-24, Labrador Iron Ore Royalty (LIF-T) stock closed at a price of $30.15.