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Northland Power Inc. (NPI.TO)

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42.06-1.10 (-2.55%)
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  • D
    Darius
    We have to keep big picture in mind. This stock ran up at a very good rate in the past 6 months. They are in the right industry and where much of the world is heading in terms of alt energy and in terms of ESG investing. I dont think it was reasonable to see the stock price keep moving at the same pace forever, the company's production has to keep up. Nevertheless, morningstar still has this a 45 dollar fair value and Credit Suisse still maintains a 56 dollar target even after earnings, RBC Capital maintained their 51 dollar target as of yesterday. This is a good company whose stock is taking a breather.
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    Subir
    With increasing support for green energy from international governments, this stock will double next year. The company is acquiring small players too. Very bright future.
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    Kevin
    So funny. Retail sees this sell off and runs for the exits. These are times to buy not sell
  • M
    Mattie
    What can we expect when NPI reports after today’s close?
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    Ian
    OK, the Q4 results are out and they are disappointing. The EPS estimates were revised a few times recently and they still were twice as big as the actual results. Let's wait for the call.
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    Durgesh
    I think gas price has gone up that adding more cost to production line. They were enjoying free cost when crude price were low.
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    Gabriel
    Another acquisition!
    "Baltic Power is a mid-development stage project located approximately 23 kilometers offshore from Poland’s coast in the Baltic Sea."
    "The Northland and PKN ORLEN partnership will co-develop the Baltic Power opportunity that is expected to secure a 25-year Contract for Difference (CfD) offtake agreement, providing Northland an investment consistent with the company’s objectives of creating high-quality projects underpinned by revenue contracts that deliver predictable cash flows. Construction activities are scheduled to start in 2023 with commercial operations expected in 2026."
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    Ryan
    NPI the Memphis grizzlies of energy. ffs.
  • D
    Durgesh
    Premarket down.
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    Ryan
    Northland poop industry. I’ll be out when I’ve recovered to break even bye bud
  • S
    Same
    Can someone explain why Northland NPI.TO, 21% undervalued, 2.57%div. & 9.4B market cap, is DOUBLE the stock price, of Algonquin AQN.TO 41% undervalued, has 3.61%div. & 12.7B market cap.
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    zeya
    why it's down?
  • R
    Raymond
    NPI is far and away one of the best players in the renewables field. Further geographic diversification with off shore wind facilities. Future catalysts are great, and this company only deals with extremely credit worthy customers. Fantastic long term hold imo.
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    Cal
    when do you guys think this stock will realistically go past $100?
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    g
    NPI tried to sell ityself 2 years ago at $25-28/s -- potential buyer(s) thought it was pricy -- just shows how wrong and often 'smart' money is - this company is a great candidate for a take-over -- the price will end up in the $65-75/S range in the not too distant future - a small bump in the dividend should be possible given the cash flows
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    Durgesh
    Not performing well.
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    Robin
    curious what the longs are thinking? I still get my 4% yield. at the same time I'm up 90%... didn't expect them to rise so quickly. it's a mixture of good company news and renewable industry tailwinds.
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    Steve
    I just sold everything I have in NPI, more than doubled my money and I am happy to miss the froth if there is any, it was a good ride, see ya..
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    Rishi
    Why is it dropping from 50? New to stocks here :)
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    oilpooldeeps
    It has been range trading for 3 months now, as P/B, P/E, yield etc. every metric is pretty up there. This used to be a yield play, for many years, and the change to a low yield momentum play (with a different investor base) is probably a bit topped out for now. I have been holding since this was in the high teens, took it for the 6% yield, and never thought it would take off like this. Can't complain, but the sector is looking pretty bought at the moment. Renewables were a niche utility play for a long time.... going forward the biggies (both utilities and energy) are all coming in ... projects will be harder to come by with lower returns. Some of these companies will be bought though. Algonquin, Innergex, Boralex etc. I have 7 renewables , mostly bought in 2009 and/or 2013 during the taper tantrum. Be interesting to see what is still there in a couple of years, other than BEP.