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Louisiana-Pacific Corporation (LPX)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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64.75-0.48 (-0.74%)
As of 3:26PM EDT. Market open.
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  • m
    michael
    Anyone know why we're getting destroyed today?
  • M
    Mark
    Dudes are making money hand over fist. Probably tails off next spring with taper dudes. Wonder if competition gets stiffer then, less demand. Probably already reached peak margins. But doesn't mean all down hill. Being debt free or close to it is nice. Gives possibility s
  • M
    Mark
    Not sure what lox has planned but this housing lumber boom made these guys money. Looks like they can be debt free.
  • G
    Greg
    Target $67 to $62 in a week. As soon as I bought it’s dipped into the RED 2 weeks ago.
  • C
    Ca
    Based on Q2 2021 net income, LPX reached a P/E ratio around 3 as per today. Additionally, low lumber prices does not seems to affect LPX profitability as operating margin recently reached its peak. Given the unlevered balance sheet and recurrent solid operating cash flow, it seems that LPX is undervalued and well positioned for further growth from a fundamental perspective.

    Saying that, I do not understand Goldman Sachs comment dated 15 July 2021 which stated that because they are more commodity-exposed, LPX "could face near-term pressure as lumber and related prices retreat from all-time highs".

    However, I would not be surprised to see 1-2 days in red given our recent rally.
    Bullish
  • G
    Greg
    Buying 200 shares on the open
  • G
    Greg
    Seem a limit order $59 might execute in this weakness
  • G
    Greg
    Big mistake
  • C
    CP
    Always a good sign to see a CFO load up on over $600k of shares.
  • M
    Mark
    Do these dudes have good earnings and guidance on earnings day???
  • r
    ric
    PE 5!!! what??!! buying!!!
  • E
    Extremely Ambitious
    We closed above the resistance
    Bullish
  • A
    Anonymous
    Party is over.
    Osb prices drop 70% in 4 weeks
  • G
    Greg
    Zack disses the stocks momentum
  • r
    randy
    Goldman Sux
  • M
    Mark
    Looks like they paid about 63-64 a share on the buybacks. I was wondering if they could of done something else with the money not waited for a lower share price. Maybe that is a good price, just hard to take when it's higher then today's price. I've seen this before. On a boom cycle. You hope they spread the buybacks out and not buy at the highs.
  • A
    Anthony
    For nearly 3-4 months Zacks had this stock as a SB. Just recently, it changed to a B . What changed in the data or the forecast that promoted the stock strongly? Did it happen in the twinkling of the eye? I suspect that in a very short time span, Zacks will change the rating to #$%$ This same stoking and then downgrade also happened with TUP. Is Z a tool for the hedge funds at the individual investor's expense?
  • B
    Brad
    It's end of the quarter and it looks like OSB and Plywood prices continue to increase. Should be a good quarter when they report, but more so they are probably already sold out 2 months into the next quarter so that should be shaping up quite well as well. The company should be dialing down on share repurchases here while the stock is cheap
  • S
    Strongspur1
    Today LPX is noted as the strongest stock of the sector. The paradox is that on this very day the stock reversed down in my point and figure system. The latter could be the result of HTF - High Frequency Trading which is a machines work to frighten off weak stockowners so that the HTF-traders can buy this stock cheaply while the stock is a very strong one, and will soon rise. Be patient don't let this scare you off.
    Bullish
  • S
    Strongspur1
    Today LPX went up to a new top $70 which created a new buy signal in my point and figure chart. With this speed it will soon pass $75 on its way up. There is no signs of a diminishing building boom.
    Bullish
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