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Polaris Infrastructure Inc. (RAMPF)
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Wasn’t expecting PIF to perform this well at this time
how will recession affect this?
This is definitely a long-term play. Their revenue for next year is undoubtedly going to take a hit because of the renegotiation of one of their long-term contracts. However, during the earnings call, they mentioned that they’re looking for larger acquisitions/projects in South Am which will lead to higher revenues later on down the line. Definitely gonna load up on this a bit more.
This is insanely undervalued. Morningstar's price target is CAD17.22/share, while US analysts put it at:
"The most optimistic Polaris Infrastructure analyst has a price target of US$25.27 per share, while the most pessimistic values it at US$25.12. With such a narrow range of valuations, the analysts apparently share similar views on what they think the business is worth."
Happy to see Polaris finally being recognized as the great investment it is. To me it would make sense for Brookfield Renewables to purchase it and I think there is a deal in the works. Any other ideas?
Top Pick on Bloomberg Market Call this week!
Polaris Infrastructure (PIF TSX)
An owner of undervalued green power generation assets in the Americas. Polaris owns a variety of geothermal and run-of-river power generation assets in the Americas which generate steady earnings for power sales as well as sale of carbon credits. The company has a record of steadily rising earnings and dividends, all the while it trades at a huge discount to other green power generators at just 7 times EBITDA along with an attractive 4.4 per cent dividend yield.
What do you guys think about the dip today? Is their quarterly loss temporary?
What makes this company so "special" these days?
They just purchased infrastructure in Peru I believe. There has been political issues of late in that country which along with the financing of the investment might be a drag on the stock There is also political issues in Nicaragua where they have geothermal generation projects operating and expanding. Geopolitical risk or something else? Not sure …. really like the company.
2018 was on a surf trip and decided I wanted to check it out
ive held pif since2014 steady dividends renewable engery its been a great stock in my tsfa
Growth prospects looking promising, produced steady cash flow through the pandemic. Solid dividend. Hop on board before it hits $22 next year.
This baby is a hidden gem! I don’t want to jinx it by posting but this is one of my best performers of the last two years
I couldn't find why this dropped while other clean energy companies actually went up. It just seems like a good buying opportunity, but am I wrong?
Simply Wall Street article is very misleading and somewhat irresponsible. I don't know why the regulators don't take these companies to task when they post misleading headlines. There article said there were four analyst downgrades. I couldn't fine one. I reached out and asked who they were, don't hear back. I am beginning to think it was a lie simply to create fear so people would sign up for there service. disgraceful.
once geothermal plants built their only real expense is maintenance. Talking heads downgraded the stock without realizing this.
Market call on Bloomberg, April 27th, PIF is a top pick, time to buy!
just read some updates on Polaris.. anyone think this is a good investment??
Undervalued green energy company that has projects in a developing part of the world? buybuybuybuy
yea after doing some dd, it still seems like a decent investment. thanks everyone
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