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December 15, 2017

This has been a tax loss selling target. There has been concern over their debt, funding of their dividend growth, whether they would be able to continue to grow at 10%, line 3 regulatory approvals, funding for their projects. Thinks it has gotten oversold and is a bit of a coiled spring. 2018 Line 3 should hit a lot of regulatory milestones. The main line volume outlook should probably clear, and he models a decent growth rate over the next couple of years. Trades at a 9.2% 2019 free cash yield, which is cheap for this. Dividend yield of 5.4%. (Analysts’ Price Target is $60.)

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Enbridge (ENB-T)
December 15, 2017

This has been a tax loss selling target. There has been concern over their debt, funding of their dividend growth, whether they would be able to continue to grow at 10%, line 3 regulatory approvals, funding for their projects. Thinks it has gotten oversold and is a bit of a coiled spring. 2018 Line 3 should hit a lot of regulatory milestones. The main line volume outlook should probably clear, and he models a decent growth rate over the next couple of years. Trades at a 9.2% 2019 free cash yield, which is cheap for this. Dividend yield of 5.4%. (Analysts’ Price Target is $60.)

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December 15, 2017

Just did another accretive deal in the Duvernay. Has a number of tailwinds happening. Their volumes are ramping. They bought Veresen which is integrating and going to be accretive for them. Strong natural gas liquid pricing should help them. Sees them growing earnings at 24%. Not cheap, but is reasonable given the growth and the quality. Dividend yield of 4.8%. (Analysts' price target is $51.50.)

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Just did another accretive deal in the Duvernay. Has a number of tailwinds happening. Their volumes are ramping. They bought Veresen which is integrating and going to be accretive for them. Strong natural gas liquid pricing should help them. Sees them growing earnings at 24%. Not cheap, but is reasonable given the growth and the quality. Dividend yield of 4.8%. (Analysts' price target is $51.50.)

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December 15, 2017

Thematically, India has 1.3 billion people, world's largest democracy. 65% of those people are under 35, so they have 800 million of people of consumption driven growth. 7.5% GDP. Business friendly reforms. Infrastructure projects in an under penetrated market. Analysts assume the Indian stock market can grow earnings at 22%.

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Thematically, India has 1.3 billion people, world's largest democracy. 65% of those people are under 35, so they have 800 million of people of consumption driven growth. 7.5% GDP. Business friendly reforms. Infrastructure projects in an under penetrated market. Analysts assume the Indian stock market can grow earnings at 22%.