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TC Energy Corporation (TRP)

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    bambic
    I am staying far away from TRP - It looks like it is going to drop off a cliff. I actually get way better stocks at (http://Themaxgains.tech)
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    Ladeau
    Can’t believe this site just gave me a 43% winner. (http://market-engross.club)
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    Dean
    I think today is a good buy
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    bull73116
    Full blown recession? You own TRP? You are a very wise man
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    bull73116
    Did you see it? Languishing all day, the administration announces they are canceling the federal bid for offshore drilling and BOOM! Simple economics the less you have of something that is in demand the more valuable it becomes. TRP looked like a Saturn Rocket.
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    Matthew
    TRP on sale today...after a good 1st quarter results, high nat gas and oil prices, would expect this to lift.
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    larry
    I have owned TRP for years. Great dividend growth and stock price appreciation. Will continue to hold. Important part of my dividend income portfolio.
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    che
    Maybe time to dip, full blown recession on the horizon
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    Jason
    Trudeau needs you to lose it all.
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    420
    exercise caution when buying at these prices... I am selling half of my TRP holdings right now
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    kahleed
    TC Energy dividend growth is 97% the last 10 years
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    TRP-PE.TO reached a 52 Week low at 18.50
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    TRP-PB.TO reached a 52 Week low at 12.74
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    jim-bag
    Media Advisory: Nikola and TC Energy Sign Joint Development Agreement for Co-Development of Large-Scale Clean Hydrogen Hubs
    (full article on TC Energy website)

    PHOENIX and CALGARY, Alberta. Oct. 7, 2021 – Media Advisory -- Nikola Corporation (Nasdaq: NKLA), (Nikola), a global leader in zero-emissions transportation and energy infrastructure solutions, and TC Energy Corporation (TSX, NYSE: TRP), (TC Energy), a leading North American energy infrastructure company, have agreed to collaborate on co-developing, constructing, operating and owning large-scale hydrogen production facilities (hubs) in the United States and Canada. Nikola’s Energy business unit and TC Energy are actively collaborating to identify and develop projects to establish the infrastructure required to deliver low-cost and low-carbon hydrogen at scale in line with each company’s core objectives. Furthermore, Nikola and TC Energy desire to accelerate the adoption of heavy-duty zero-emission fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and hydrogen across industrial sectors by establishing hubs in key geographic locations.
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    debbie
    Any comments out there concerning this company??
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    Kermit
    Cenovus Energy Inc.
    Demand is coming back faster than supply and we're going to need more supply to meet that demand," said Phil Flynn, senior analyst at Price Futures Group in Chicago.

    The International Energy Agency (IEA) said in its monthly report that the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and allies, known as OPEC+, would need to boost output to meet demand set to recover to pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2022.

    "OPEC+ needs to open the taps to keep the world oil markets adequately supplied," the Paris-based energy watchdog said.

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    Analytica
    In the Globe and Mail today, price target $74.00, lets go!!!
    A day after it announced a plan to jointly develop carbon transport and sequestration infrastructure with TC Energy Corp. (TRP-T +0.56%increase
    ), Mr. Catellier raised his rating Pembina Pipeline Corp. (PPL-T -1.79%decrease
    ) to “outperformer” from “neutral.”

    “Consistent with our prior EV/EBITDA valuation, our DCF valuation includes a successful closing of the IPL acquisition at the current terms and conditions,” he said. “We have included only the $400-million of capital projects announced at the time of the offer, and none of the potential projects announced with the recent business update.”

    His target for Pembina shares jumped to $47 from $39. The average on the Street is $40.44.

    He also raised his target for TC Energy to $74 from $70, exceeding the $70.42 average, with an “outperformer” recommendation.
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    Peppino
    I have had many friends who were born in Canada,I sit,20 minutes away from Windsor.I mean no disrespect to Canada BUT how could the nation fumble such a golden opportunity to develop into an oil powerhouse?The 3rd largest reserves on the planet?Not too difficult to produce BUT the problem is in transportation.Oh well,global oil demand will continue to increase but the oil that is used will not be Canadian Oil.USA Democrats are social elitists with a lot of power who seek above all else control.All those good paying,legitimate jobs-gone.All the tax revenue-gone.TRP must absorb investment losses and TRP is not Amazon or Apple,losses hurt.Now what Canada?Enjoy the view from your pedestal thinking that you are saving the planet while Mexico.India,China etc. grow their industrial base.TRP is non-growth utility stock which will never sell for even a PE of 20.
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    Brewster
    Morningstar maintains 'fair value' @ $54. I still will hold as one of my favorite dividend payers:

    Analyst Note Stephen Ellis, Sector Strategist, 5 Nov 2021 "TC Energy’s third-quarter results placed the firm on track to meet our full-year expectations, so we plan to maintain our fair value estimate and narrow moat rating. The firm is now guiding to lower dividend growth of 3%-5% annually compared with 5%-7% previously, but we think it is for a very good reason.
    U.S. peers are struggling to find good projects to invest substantial capital behind, but TC Energy does not have that problem. With the struggle to find good projects, U.S. peers are being challenged on how to effectively return capital to shareholders while addressing balance sheet concerns in some cases. In contrast, TC Energy’s capital allocation approach has been reasonable and consistent for decades, and we don't see this shift as breaking that pattern. Broadly, the firm sees such strong investment opportunities across its asset portfolio, including renewables and low-carbon efforts, that it needs to free up cash to pursue these attractive opportunities.
    This shift is a trade-off that we think investors should welcome. The company expects to add CAD 7 billion in new projects to its backlog in 2021 at an expected return of about 8%. TC’s backlog of secured projects has improved to CAD 22 billion in the third quarter, compared with CAD 20 billion at the end of 2020, and the company now sees the opportunity to land CAD 5 billion-plus in projects annually over the next few years. While long-term earnings growth guidance of 5%-7% hasn’t changed for now, the dividend shift will allow TC to reduce its reliance on the capital markets for a portion of its capital spending and likely suggests growth toward the higher end of that range, in our view".