Everyone’s keeping a close eye on the earning reports this January. Here are the companies with earning reports to watch.
👨💼 Employment Services
They are a recruitment company. It’s not very exciting. It was 45 cents a few years ago, but has been pretty flat since 2013. They pay a nice dividend, the stock hardly trades (about 12000 share volume). It’s profitable and well-managed. He would be interested in the stock at 75 cents but it is so…
They haven't indicated a discovery in the St. James Bay area, though he likes the management and this part of the world for exploration.
First Cobalt (FCC-V) Jan 14
Cobalt is attractive but this is not a cheap producer, because they're in Canada and not Russia or Congo.
Sprott is a secured lender in this project, as well as a shareholder. The mining start-up looks like it has been fairly troublesome. If they work through their problems, which he thinks they will, he thinks there is tremendous upside. However, there is risk. There is tremendous upside if they can make all this work.…
They just partnered with a private equity group. The company is now 45% owned by private equity. They completed their first pour in the Yukon and are moving towards commercial production. The problem is the private equity partner will have a lot of say in the operations. This will keep him out as an investor.
Growing exposure to wireless, content, cable, low valuation at 6x operating cash flow. Likes the group, and this is a newer name he's added. Yield is 4.78%. (Analysts’ price target is $27.58)
TheScore Inc. (SCR-X) Jan 14
He would not short it or buy it. It had a big run this year on the idea of it getting into online gambling. He thinks it is real and could turn into a good situation but they will need some money to fund this roll out so see how they finance it. It is…
Kinder Morgan Canada (KML-T) Jan 16
(A Top Pick Feb 14/19, Up 5%) Kinder Morgan Canada was purchased by Pembina Pipeline. This was the TMX project. He was hoping for a better price in the acquisition, so the return was muted.
(A Past Top Pick on April 26, 2017, Down 5%) They build student housing very well and there's currently a shortage in the west. They make a 10% EBITDA margin on these schools. In addition to revenues, they benefit from the asset value is rising in those projects. They have several the Vancouver area. Down…