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  • theguywho2 theguywho2 Feb 27, 2013 10:57 AM Flag

    Good Article here for consideration...

    SA article explains a lot......
    http://seekingalpha.com/article/1229011-pengrowth-energy-a-53-discount-to-book-value-plus-a-12-yield?source=email_rt_article_readmore

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • It need some one to push the stock now all we need is the earnings this will be critical stock di the momentary reversal today

    • yup best thing is end the dividend, plow back into expansion program underway, keeping debt down , sit back stock hits 2 as income investors leave, and then when pipelines, etc in place 3 to 4 years watch the divy come back and stock soars..

      • 2 Replies to bosnl55
      • They won't eliminate the divy but I expect a possible reduction until the new programs come into play. Payout may be too high in the near term but then again they have plenty of cash to cover. Anything that gives investors a neutral to positive sentiment will be huge right now. Anything super positive drives the stock back over 5 and of course the other way IMHO is limited. I think the drop below 4 was the market pricing in a divy cut. If that doesn't happen then folks will jump in at these levels to get the yield and limited downside.

        Sentiment: Buy

      • Spoke to investor relations last week and it seems they are still saying dividend is not on the table but that this weeks release would be informative.

    • From comment section on this article

      Albert;
      Nice recap of PGH. My firm runs an energy fund, and PGH is the only loser over the past year. IMHO, the reasons for PGH's decline is as follows:

      1) Entire energy sector is out of favor - most equities are near 52 week lows( CHK, ECA, APA, DVN, APC, PGH, ERF, PWE, etc..)
      2) Weakening Canadian economy
      3) Weak NG pricing
      4) High possible future Debt ratio's
      5) Possibility of future dividend cut
      6) Lack of pipeline infrastructure

      My personal view is I would like to see the dividend cut and have PGH use that capital to repurchase shares. Buying your own shares at large discounts to NAV is highly accretive to shareholder value(look at ACAS). I am looking forward to Fridays earnings announcement and conference call.
      T

 
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