MNRL - Brigham Minerals, Inc.

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Previous Close13.25
Open13.25
Bid13.64 x 1000
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52 Week Range5.86 - 23.29
Volume232,015
Avg. Volume567,758
Market Cap774.668M
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Forward Dividend & Yield1.48 (11.20%)
Ex-Dividend DateMay 26, 2020
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It is not unusual to find an REIT with a payout ration that occasionally exceeds 100%.Two Harbors owns both real properties and mortgage-backed securities, with a focus on residential properties. Ownership of both properties and mortgages is a hybrid strategy in the sector, designed to minimize the risks attached to either one, while maximizing income from varied streams. TWO has leveraged the hybrid strategy to build a steady revenue stream, which at $58.66 million beat the forecasts in the third quarter.That revenue translated to an EPS of 24 cents, a 33% miss of the forecast, and down 50% yearly. Despite the low quarterly results, the company maintains its dividend, per compliance with tax law, at a high 40 cents per quarter. The annualized payment, $1.60, puts the yield at 10.96%, more than 5 times the S&P average. 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He writes, “In our view, the company offers a streamlined portfolio with attractive risk/reward characteristics in the current market environment, with sufficient ROE generation capacity to sustain the current dividend and grow book value over the long run.” Weaver’s $15.20 price target suggests a modest upside to the stock, of 4.1%, which is compensated for by the high dividend yield. (To watch Weaver’s track record, click here)Two Harbors stock has shown gains this year, although at 14.5% those gains have underperformed the overall markets. The shares get a Strong Buy from the analyst consensus, based on 6 reviews that include 5 Buys and 1 Hold. The average price target, of $15.20, matches analyst Weaver’s, above. (See Two Harbors price targets and analyst ratings on TipRanks)MPLX LP (MPLX)REITs are not the only place to find great dividend yields. The energy industry may get a bad rap from environmentalists and conspiracy theorists, but it typically gets a thumbs up from investors. As an industry, it tends to drip cash, and energy companies are well known for paying out, over the long term, high dividends. MPLX, a spin-off partnership of Marathon Petroleum which maintains a controlling interest, is no exception.MPLX primarily handles midstream operations. The company has an array of assets, from pipelines to inland river shipping to oil and gas terminals to refinery storage, along with loading and dock facilities. In effect, Marathon shrugged off its product transport and created a company – MPLX – to handle that aspect of the business. It allows both companies to sharpen their focus and operate more efficiently.Midstream is not MPLX’s only area of operation. It also has a significant natural gas business, with gathering and extraction systems. These operations produce industrially important natural gas derivatives such as ethane, ethylene, butane, propane, and propylene. MPLX also handles transport of these products.MPLX has been a profitable endeavor, on its own and for parent company Marathon. Q3 presents a good example. MPLX beat the forecasts on both revenue and EPS, with total sales coming in at $2.28 billion against the estimated $2.24 billion. EPS, at 61 cents, beat the forecast by 3.3%. The company announced a dividend for the quarter, of 67.5 cents per share, which annualized to $2.71 and yields 10.66%. Even better for investors, MPLX has a history of gradually raising the dividend payment; it was 59 cents in November 2017, and has gone up 1 cent every quarter since.Michael Blum, 4-star analyst from Wells Fargo, reviewed MPLX and set a Buy rating on the stock. Of his $36 price target, he writes, “Our price target is based on a blend of (1) a three-stage distribution/dividend discount model, which assumes a required rate of return of 9% and long-term growth rate of 0.5%, (2) a 2021E EV-to-EBITDA multiple of ~11x, and (3) a sum-of-the-parts valuation based on our 2021 forecast.” The target implies an upside of 41% for MPLX shares. (To watch Blum’s track record, click here)MPLX sells for an affordable price, just $25.43, making it a fine option for investors seeking both high upside and high dividends. The average price target, $31.75, indicates room for 24% growth in the coming year. The shares’ Strong Buy analyst consensus comes from 6 Buys and 2 Holds given in recent months. (See MPLX’s stock analysis at TipRanks)Brigham Minerals (MNRL)By this time, we all know about the huge successes of the US oil extraction industry in the past decade. The US has become the world’s single largest producer of crude oil, and in September 2019, for the first time since WWII, the US exported more oil and oil products than it imported. In short, energy is a big and growing business in the US.That business has to start somewhere, and that’s where companies like Brigham Minerals come in. Brigham is an acquisition company, buying oil and gas mineral rights in the western US. The company’s main properties are located in the Delaware and Midland basins Texas and the Bakken region in North Dakota – some of the most productive oil and gas fields in the US. MNRL also has extensive interests Oklahoma, Colorado, and Wyoming.The value of MNRL’s acquisitions can be seen by the company’s Q3 revenues. Total income, at $25.11 million, beat the estimate by 1.4%. EPS, however, was down at 6 cents per share. Volatility is somewhat to be expected, as MNRL only started trading in April of this year. Management was unfazed by the lower EPS and announced a dividend of 33 cents. It was the company’s second quarterly dividend and equaled the previous payout. The dividend annualized to $1.32 per share and gives a yield of 6.3%. While lower than the stock above, this is still more than triple average dividend among S&P companies, and three and a half times higher than the Federal Reserve’s key rate.5-star analyst T J Schultz, writing from RBC Capital, was impressed enough with MNRL’s position to reiterate his Buy rating. He says of the stock, “MNRL’s superior acreage position and strong counterparty producers are expected to drive >25% production growth in 2020. We think this level of production growth can translate into double digit dividend growth with >1.1x coverage. Furthermore, a strong balance sheet provides optionality to flex growth higher in 2020 via acquisitions.” Schultz puts a $25 price target on MNRL, suggesting an upside of 18%. 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