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Texas Pacific Land Trust (TPL)

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  • Over 41,000 shares traded yesterday, that's good volume for this stock. 2nd quarter earnings should be good, giving the stock price a further boost. My belief is that 2018 will the the 1st year that we see some impact of production from areas that are using 2017 to buid out infrastructure to gather and send out production. This is one stock that I hope for large selloffs as those will be excellent buying opportunities. Should oil prices be in the 50's during 2018 that would be a boost to earnings. So long as oil stays between 40-50 TPL should do fine. I am curious to see if our easement and sundry income moves higher in the 2nd quarter, as this will be a harbinger of higher production in future quarters.
  • Spoke with Mr.Packer today for info on the water business. Sounds like they plan to move slowly for now, mainly selling water from their surface lands, to operators who are interested. By being in the business they can keep a closer eye on how their resources are used and make certain they are not misused or abused. (Sounds very sensible to me.) They have no plans to build pipelines or infrastructure unless or until they have the commitments to make it worthwhile. TPL believes they have enough money to both continue to buy back stock as well as invest in the water business. In time water will be a limitting factor as the more robust oil producers will require massive amounts of sand and water. It should speak volumes that Mr.packer called me back on a Friday evening at 7:15 EST. TPL hired a couple of people wh used to work for EOG. One advantage TPL has is they own so much land that anyone else wanting to do anything would require TPL's approval. I get the impression that for now TPL deals with the operators who provide equipment needed. For now, at least I don't see this needing very much money. That may change as the situation changes. (All just my impressions.)
  • i hope the new division is limited to five assistants and ten secretaries{all feminine} and delivers a profit the first year
  • This water adventure sounds weird for this trust. Unless there is full disclosure of the strategy and financial impact, ROI timeline etc more often these type of initiatives end up creating useless work justifying higher salaries and execs bonuses. The fact there is very little info online on this is also weird...been long term holder...hope they will issue full disclosure and show accountability to shareholders with checks and balances on funding "good ideas" and stick to the trust mission....eh not sure any more thoughts?
  • Why did they choose now and why this water initiative? Who approves and decide on these moves? Thought the trust is supposed to self liquidate??? Was there a general meeting for shareholders on this?
  • I always thought that their charter prohibited them from not doing anything but buyback shares (and pay a paltry dividend). This water move adds risk to a stock where there wasn't before. Before they were a cash cow, now they're becoming a regular company
  • Anyone know why the stck is up today?
  • Absolutely great move today to create a Water Resources Company, In a down oil market, this will make up revenues and address environmental issues, all high margin operations.
  • Pride is a powerful narcotic, but it doesn't do much for the auto-immune system. http://dataunion.tistory.com/11411

    Texas Pacific Land Trust NYSE $TPL Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks Sep-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 4,338 NYSE Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.7 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stocks
  • When you increase your profits by over 100%, and you are buying back 2% of the shares per year, you should see substantial growth. Even with the price of oil going down, the build out of infrastructure continues, which will increase sundry income as well as royalties.
  • WOW. Great operating results for TPL just announced-copied below for Q1 2017:

    Results for first quarter 2017:
    Net Income of $14.9 million, or $1.88 per sub-share, for first quarter 2017, compared with $7.3 million, or $0.90 per sub-share, for first quarter 2016.
    Revenues of $24.2 million for first quarter 2017, compared with $11.9 million for first quarter 2016.
    Increases of 112.7% in easements and sundry income and 99.5% in oil and gas royalty revenue for first quarter 2017, compared with first quarter 2016.

    Best regards to all TPL longs.
  • Just the beginning
  • Looks like something is brewing both with the price of energy that TPL has access to and the instability on an international level. Continued incremental decline in the amount of O/S makes this a winner now, IMHO
  • when will the company put up the full 2016 annual report on the website?
  • Finally, a selloff! Yes, I hope this falls even lower. On this stock the time to buy is after it plunges. 2018-2020 will be the time to reap profits.
  • Sell off today mysterious in ADVANCE of Ex Div date?
    Why would that happen unless a SOP to insider shorts
  • Just look at TPL what a stock. Great I don't have it.
  • what's the deal w/ this special $1 div? is the company telling us that the stock is too rich to buy back?
  • If anyone knows how many acres TPL sold for the 2+ million in land sales in the 4th quarter.
    What's hard is valuing the land and the premium PE bc of the APA find. TPL had a PE of 35 pre APA. Now it's 70+.
    That's a large premium for the "black box".
    I have TPL earning 10.00 plus in 2017. At what PE is the question. And if we can get oil and gas to trend higher.
  • earnings?....someone please wake the bod