Seven other ratings came out in April besides Zack buy. Two Buys (Ford & Value Engine), One overweight (Eva), Two neutral (McLean, Trading Central) One Hold (thompson) and One unfavorable(Columbine).
With a 7.8 bullish score. Average down in my case.
We'll see when they are "proud" to announce earnings on 5/6 before market opens!! Either something is not right or simply overlooked. GL
Golub has been a LT holding. Only concern is the Golub brothers print money for themselves. Last dividend increase was 2/2011. Like all BDCs of late decreasing NAV over time.
Looking at a medical device company's adr, SNN. Ex dividend for 1st div this month. Pays 2X like most UK stocks. put in bid at $35.
Another holding OKS/OKE announced a JV (50/50) with Mexican government energy arm to build a pipeline into Mexico. Export ramping up ........
Oneok Partners LP ( OKS
) entered a joint-venture agreement with a unit of Mexico City-based infrastructure company Fermaca Infrastructure BV to construct a pipeline to transport natural gas from the Permian Basin in Texas to Mexico.
The Roadrunner Gas Transmission pipeline project, with an estimated cost of $450 million to $500 million, includes 200 miles of new pipeline and is expected to be completed in three phases. The first phase is expected to be completed in the first quarter of next year and the last phase is targeted for completion in 2019.
I don't think CNP is hitting on all cylinders. Down @12% and earnings miss. Might buy more of CNP if their yield to stock price hits 5.20%. And then watch it go down more with the entire utility sector if a rate hike happens. For ideas, buy a hellcat and have some fun !! GL
Yes Indeed, a real mystery. Looks like it will close below $16. I'm thinking that Arclight (3rd big partner after CNP & OGE) is dumping and moving on.
In a report published Monday, Wunderlich Securities analyst Merrill Ross reiterated a Buy rating and $16.00 price target on Hercules Technology Growth Capital, Inc. (NYSE: HTGC).
In the report, Wunderlich Securities noted, "Buy-rated Hercules Technology Growth Capital (HTGC), which reached a milestone of over $5B in commitments over its 11-year history in March 2015, issued almost 7.6mm shares of common stock and raised over $101mm in equity in a transaction that closed on March 27, 2015.
"The raise may have seemed perplexing, given that the company was awash in liquidity at year-end 2014, with over $227mm in cash and $391mm of available liquidity in total. The raise was accretive to NAV, but makes it all the more challenging for NII to cover distributions in 1H15. The dividend is not at risk because HTGC has spillover reserves, but our target of $16 reflects our estimate that DNOI is unlikely to cover distributions until 4Q15."