Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp

AQN-T

TSE:AQN

19.33
0.27 (1.42%)
Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. is a renewable energy and regulated utility company with assets across North America.
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HOLD
HOLD
September 19, 2019

It is trading at an all time high. They have done great with a great management turn. Take profits if it gets too overweight in your portfolio.

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It is trading at an all time high. They have done great with a great management turn. Take profits if it gets too overweight in your portfolio.

BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
September 17, 2019
Pays a regulated return, though buy on a pullback, and it's done a great job growing. AQN is his favourite in this space.
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Pays a regulated return, though buy on a pullback, and it's done a great job growing. AQN is his favourite in this space.
WATCH
WATCH
September 12, 2019

AQN-T vs. NPI-T. He likes the sector. It is not a pure utility play. AQN-T has a nice upward trend. They have come off a little bit. They diverged since July. He is looking at whether they will come off a little more. Sept and Oct tend to be the worst performing months.

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AQN-T vs. NPI-T. He likes the sector. It is not a pure utility play. AQN-T has a nice upward trend. They have come off a little bit. They diverged since July. He is looking at whether they will come off a little more. Sept and Oct tend to be the worst performing months.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 27, 2019
Phenomenal managers who've made large acquisitions seamlessly. He's long owned this. They have a $7.5 billion development pipeline of projects. They have a unique partnership with a Spanish company to finance green power and assets there, making a great yield there. They have a lot on the go. Utilities and this stock will do very well during low interest rates. Pays a 4.35% yield. (Analysts’ price target is $17.98)
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Phenomenal managers who've made large acquisitions seamlessly. He's long owned this. They have a $7.5 billion development pipeline of projects. They have a unique partnership with a Spanish company to finance green power and assets there, making a great yield there. They have a lot on the go. Utilities and this stock will do very well during low interest rates. Pays a 4.35% yield. (Analysts’ price target is $17.98)
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
August 19, 2019
Good dividend and fine chart. Exit if it falls below $16.40. He likes where this going. The chart isn't effected by anything in the world, and utilities have been doing well. This could fall back to low-$16's, but the trend should continue up, growing a lot more. (Analysts’ price target is $17.97)
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Good dividend and fine chart. Exit if it falls below $16.40. He likes where this going. The chart isn't effected by anything in the world, and utilities have been doing well. This could fall back to low-$16's, but the trend should continue up, growing a lot more. (Analysts’ price target is $17.97)
BUY
BUY
August 14, 2019
Another defensive utility besides Fortis Better than Fortis is AQN-T, trading at 16.5x. He sees 14% growth at a reasonable price.
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Another defensive utility besides Fortis Better than Fortis is AQN-T, trading at 16.5x. He sees 14% growth at a reasonable price.
COMMENT
COMMENT
August 2, 2019
Revenue didn't grow in the last quarter. Issue with Canadian utilities is that they acquired companies and have debt. If they can grow their revenue base, can keep paying back debt. Has been making acquisitions, like in wind power, but must see how the coal to natural gas conversion plays out. It could go sideways.
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Revenue didn't grow in the last quarter. Issue with Canadian utilities is that they acquired companies and have debt. If they can grow their revenue base, can keep paying back debt. Has been making acquisitions, like in wind power, but must see how the coal to natural gas conversion plays out. It could go sideways.
HOLD
HOLD
July 31, 2019

During low interest rates as a safe haven? This time of year, be defensive. Momentum isn't great. Utilities are good. Good year over year revenue growth, which is unusual for a utility. AQN is reaching end of seasonality from mid-May to late-August. It's holding 20/50/200-moving averages. Hold until end of seasonality. Emera and Fortis' seasonality starts in July, so maybe rotate to these.

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During low interest rates as a safe haven? This time of year, be defensive. Momentum isn't great. Utilities are good. Good year over year revenue growth, which is unusual for a utility. AQN is reaching end of seasonality from mid-May to late-August. It's holding 20/50/200-moving averages. Hold until end of seasonality. Emera and Fortis' seasonality starts in July, so maybe rotate to these.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
July 12, 2019
(A Top Pick Jun 26/18, Up 34%) A growth utility. Their U.S. acquisitions are turning out really well. He still likes it. They have a plan of growth and dividend increases nearly 10% for the next five years. Sure, it'll pull back a little in a recession, but the dividend will remain solid.
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(A Top Pick Jun 26/18, Up 34%) A growth utility. Their U.S. acquisitions are turning out really well. He still likes it. They have a plan of growth and dividend increases nearly 10% for the next five years. Sure, it'll pull back a little in a recession, but the dividend will remain solid.
COMMENT
COMMENT
July 5, 2019
Dividend on the higher end at 4.65% right now. Impressive growth when it comes to revenue. Not a pure play, they do have some exposure to natural gas. Likes them but doesn't own them. A company that can give you a nice mix with an healthy dividend while still having some room to grow.
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Dividend on the higher end at 4.65% right now. Impressive growth when it comes to revenue. Not a pure play, they do have some exposure to natural gas. Likes them but doesn't own them. A company that can give you a nice mix with an healthy dividend while still having some room to grow.
BUY
BUY
July 4, 2019
It is part utility and part infrastructure. It started in Canada and has grown quite rapidly. It meets his criteria.
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It is part utility and part infrastructure. It started in Canada and has grown quite rapidly. It meets his criteria.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 27, 2019
It is a renewable energy company and utility that has had a remarkable run. It has been sought by dividend seekers for its dividend growth. The reason it has sold off is because they have become expensive and there is a rotation into more economically sensitive groups. If the Fed goes into a rate cutting cycle then it will benefit economically sensitive stocks. If you are buying it for the dividend then you will get it as well as dividend growth. He thinks the utility group will have some challenges, however.
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It is a renewable energy company and utility that has had a remarkable run. It has been sought by dividend seekers for its dividend growth. The reason it has sold off is because they have become expensive and there is a rotation into more economically sensitive groups. If the Fed goes into a rate cutting cycle then it will benefit economically sensitive stocks. If you are buying it for the dividend then you will get it as well as dividend growth. He thinks the utility group will have some challenges, however.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 19, 2019

A recession-resilient business that's growing well. It's cheaper than its peers and pays a growing dividend. They have a number or pojects driving growth, which he forecasts at 11% and 10% annual dividend growth, at 16.3x earnings (cheaper than Fortis and Emera). Has a steady payout ratio, so the dividend is safe. The dividend will pay you well in a recession. This is a long-term play on clean energy. (Analysts’ price target is $17.08)

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A recession-resilient business that's growing well. It's cheaper than its peers and pays a growing dividend. They have a number or pojects driving growth, which he forecasts at 11% and 10% annual dividend growth, at 16.3x earnings (cheaper than Fortis and Emera). Has a steady payout ratio, so the dividend is safe. The dividend will pay you well in a recession. This is a long-term play on clean energy. (Analysts’ price target is $17.08)

BUY WEAKNESS
BUY WEAKNESS
June 18, 2019
He likes this stock a lot. It has been making higher highs and higher lows. He thinks another intermediate stock rallies about to begin so would be recommending this "risk-on" investment. He would be patient and buy on weakness near $16.
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He likes this stock a lot. It has been making higher highs and higher lows. He thinks another intermediate stock rallies about to begin so would be recommending this "risk-on" investment. He would be patient and buy on weakness near $16.
PARTIAL BUY
PARTIAL BUY
June 14, 2019
It's right on $16.68 model price. Good 4.38% yield. This is trading at fair market value, as its peers are overpriced. Buy on a pullback, though you can buy a little now.
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It's right on $16.68 model price. Good 4.38% yield. This is trading at fair market value, as its peers are overpriced. Buy on a pullback, though you can buy a little now.
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