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Höegh LNG Partners LP (HMLP)

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  • b
    bogdan ✔️
    Just add 1000 shares. Hope to the moon and dividends all life
    Bullish
  • J
    J. K.
    Only reason I posted so much yesterday, is I just can't find any good explanation as to why HMLP is selling off so much, other than profit taking and that it seems that next quarters EPS projections is predicted to be a few cents lower... Long term outlook for the demand of LNG and FRU's, still looks good, from what I find out there.
  • S
    Svend
    Reading a lot of lng for cleaner power, vessels starting to use etc etc. I feel like it has to be good in the medium and long term for this kind of ships. What you guys think?
  • A
    Alexey
    I don`t know what is going but I entered back at 14.4
  • W
    Walter
    Seeking Alpha reported today:"On March 8, Leif Höegh said it was teaming with Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners in a bid to take Höegh LNG private, offering NOK23.50 ($2.74) for each of the outstanding shares they do not already own." How can this happen?
  • J
    J. K.
    Why were share prices down???... Because if you have actually followed the technicals of how HMLP trades, this move lower was to be expected. When you use the charting indicator, Stochastic Oscillation, whenever the price moves higher, breaking the 80 level, it rarely ever moves high in price, without first selling off and going below the 20 level. If it is true to form, the price will move higher as we close in on the ex-dividend date.... Now having said that, the trading days leading up to yesterday’s decline, seemed very manipulated. Almost like MM’s were artificially keeping prices higher on the low volume, around the $16 range. Almost like it was gaming the technicals....
  • S
    Svend
    Leif Hoegh & Co aims to take Hoegh LNG private in $214m tie-up with Morgan Stanley

    will this have any effect on hmlp ?
    Bullish
  • t
    tomary
    did hmlp suspend their .44 quarterly dividend? I see no divy recorded for Jan. 2021 by yahoo
  • C
    Claire
    Insiders fear something and getting out.
  • g
    george
    Thoughts on earnings report this am?
  • a
    ank
    why was there 2 million shares traded last Friday? Something is up
  • J
    J. K.
    Wasn’t planning on adding to my position but after reading the below long-term outlooks, I may just have to. It will be back to around the $16 range, at least I am guessing, as we near the ex-div date. Which, yeah, would’ve been nice to see this keep running like it has been for the last several months but it was running pretty good and a consolidation isn’t really a surprise. If it drops onto the $13 range though, that will be just plane ridiculous and I’d venture to say, “suspicious.”
  • S
    Svend
    Starting to purchase some, my gmlp hoping for the future. Gas seems to be the future, many power companies and vessels are switching to gas away from oil. Hope I am right. Any other opinion out there?
    Bullish
  • C
    Claire
    Must have been some bad news? Time to unload or load up more?
  • E
    Even
    Hoegh LNG Partners (HMLP) fell heavily yesterday on the news that Hoegh LNG (HNGL) is suspending dividend. Hoegh LNG (HNGL) is listed in Oslo and is a separate company.

    Many investors so not seem to realize that HMLP's dividend has NOT been suspended.
  • B
    Blue
    I'll need some help on this one: how are the earnings per share lower than the dividend paid per share? Doesn't that mean the company is paying in dividends more than it is earning in a year?
  • T
    Tackett
    IMHO this stock is one of the best dividend producing stocks out there. Buy on any dips. Safe 17% dividends are hard to find. This stock will market adjust soon, looking for $16. Full disclosure, I own several thousand shares.
  • g
    george
    Good article this am in WSJ about increased demand in Asia for lng and tanker shortage. Some ships even bypassing Panama Canal due to weeklong back up at canal. This is for ships from us gulf coast to Asia. I realize that our positions here are longer term contracts for shipping but still good news for our specific sector especially after 2020. Sorry don’t know how to link article.