Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp

AQN-T

TSE:AQN

18.12
0.00 (0.00%)
Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. is a renewable energy and regulated utility company with assets across North America.
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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.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
June 11, 2019
(A Top Pick May 11/18, Up 24%) It has good US exposure. Don't expect acquisitions. This will be slow and steady, and the dividend will gradually rise. A good place to be when the interest rate is cut.
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(A Top Pick May 11/18, Up 24%) It has good US exposure. Don't expect acquisitions. This will be slow and steady, and the dividend will gradually rise. A good place to be when the interest rate is cut.
HOLD
HOLD
May 29, 2019
Why did utilities fall today when the market also went down? This is a renewable, so it's a substitute for energy. Market today had a risk-off sentiment. Doesn't always hold that when rates go down, my interest sensitive stock must always go up. A long-term play, renewables are going to increase. Don't look at the day to day stuff, look at it for 10-20 years.
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Why did utilities fall today when the market also went down? This is a renewable, so it's a substitute for energy. Market today had a risk-off sentiment. Doesn't always hold that when rates go down, my interest sensitive stock must always go up. A long-term play, renewables are going to increase. Don't look at the day to day stuff, look at it for 10-20 years.
BUY
BUY
May 16, 2019
He likes this one. They do have cogen. For those that don't mind, it will do very well.
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He likes this one. They do have cogen. For those that don't mind, it will do very well.
COMMENT
COMMENT
May 15, 2019

AQN vs NPI Both companies have similar yields -- around 4.9%. He owns both. AQN-T is more US focused. NPI-T is more international. The dividend with AQN-T is paid in US dollars.

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AQN vs NPI Both companies have similar yields -- around 4.9%. He owns both. AQN-T is more US focused. NPI-T is more international. The dividend with AQN-T is paid in US dollars.

HOLD
HOLD
April 24, 2019
This interest rate sensitive utility was hurt hard with rising rates last year. As the Central Bank has reduced fears of further rate increases, these stocks have done well. AQN-T has a good balance between generation and distribution businesses. This makes it have more of a growth profile than other utilities in the space. It trades at 17 times earnings and has a 4.5% yield. He will continue to own it.
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This interest rate sensitive utility was hurt hard with rising rates last year. As the Central Bank has reduced fears of further rate increases, these stocks have done well. AQN-T has a good balance between generation and distribution businesses. This makes it have more of a growth profile than other utilities in the space. It trades at 17 times earnings and has a 4.5% yield. He will continue to own it.
BUY
BUY
April 18, 2019
AQN vs. Fortis for the next 3 years Likes both, but gives the edge to AQN. AQN will continue to outperformer Fortis, but both are well-run and can deliver higher returns.
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AQN vs. Fortis for the next 3 years Likes both, but gives the edge to AQN. AQN will continue to outperformer Fortis, but both are well-run and can deliver higher returns.
BUY
BUY
April 10, 2019
NPI vs. AQN NPI is fine, but she prefers AQN. Nothing wrong with NPI. NPI's recently pullback was due to the CEO dumping a lot of stock on the market, which was a buying opportunity/entry point. AQN has a regulated side in renewable side, pays a good dividend and can growth outside Canada.
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NPI vs. AQN NPI is fine, but she prefers AQN. Nothing wrong with NPI. NPI's recently pullback was due to the CEO dumping a lot of stock on the market, which was a buying opportunity/entry point. AQN has a regulated side in renewable side, pays a good dividend and can growth outside Canada.
STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
April 9, 2019
This chart is fantastic. It's broken to new all-time highs already. A winner.
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This chart is fantastic. It's broken to new all-time highs already. A winner.
BUY
BUY
April 3, 2019
Utilities do well in the weaker 6 months of the year--May to October--but they have been are rocketing up outside of the seasonal period.
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Utilities do well in the weaker 6 months of the year--May to October--but they have been are rocketing up outside of the seasonal period.
WATCH
WATCH
March 14, 2019
The price did not drop much in December at all. You want to be buying it for the dividend. He is not expecting much upside on the price. It was quite resilient when the rest of the market was falling. It is a utility play and not a yield play.
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The price did not drop much in December at all. You want to be buying it for the dividend. He is not expecting much upside on the price. It was quite resilient when the rest of the market was falling. It is a utility play and not a yield play.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
March 12, 2019
(A Top Pick Mar 08/18, Up 23%) 75% of earnings come from regulated utilities. 25% are renewable power under long-term contracts. Over 90% of earnings come from the U.S. paying dividends in USD. Pays a 4.5% yield that they can increase 10% annually because of a project backlog. They have an equity interest in Atlantic Yield which owns renewable power assets mostly in the U.S.--this gives AQN a foray to grow internationally.
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(A Top Pick Mar 08/18, Up 23%) 75% of earnings come from regulated utilities. 25% are renewable power under long-term contracts. Over 90% of earnings come from the U.S. paying dividends in USD. Pays a 4.5% yield that they can increase 10% annually because of a project backlog. They have an equity interest in Atlantic Yield which owns renewable power assets mostly in the U.S.--this gives AQN a foray to grow internationally.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
March 7, 2019
Another utility. It is defensive. It has meaningful growth potential. He likes the growth prospects. (Analysts’ price target is $16.01)
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Another utility. It is defensive. It has meaningful growth potential. He likes the growth prospects. (Analysts’ price target is $16.01)
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
February 13, 2019
(A Top Pick Feb 13/18, Up 19%) It has some growth with 25% of revenues from renewables. 90% of earnings comes from the US. Pays it dividends in US dollars. She still likes it and calls it a defensive holding. Yield 4.2%.
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(A Top Pick Feb 13/18, Up 19%) It has some growth with 25% of revenues from renewables. 90% of earnings comes from the US. Pays it dividends in US dollars. She still likes it and calls it a defensive holding. Yield 4.2%.
BUY
BUY
February 8, 2019
A summer play from May-August, but it's still trending higher. Investors are risk-averse with this. Pays a 4.2% dividend.
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A summer play from May-August, but it's still trending higher. Investors are risk-averse with this. Pays a 4.2% dividend.
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