Royalty and Royalty Trusts

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Re: Royalty and Royalty Trusts

Post by rhenderson » 03 Nov 2016 16:20

brad911 wrote:I think the shorts got a hold of Alaris today.......planning my exit likely.
Earnings and outlook report next Tuesday, info already leaked ?

A dividend cut ?

Doesn't look good because we're back to where we were 4 years ago. :(

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Post by JaydoubleU » 08 Nov 2016 19:49

Q3 results are out. Not bad. The market should be somewhat reassured:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-in ... 1075750001

I trimmed last week to reduce risk. Keeping half the position for a possible rebound.

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Post by JaydoubleU » 08 Nov 2016 22:31

But who cares what the Q3 report said.

Tomorrow, markets are going to crash, and AD will go down with the rest of them.

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Post by scomac » 08 Nov 2016 23:21

JaydoubleU wrote:But who cares what the Q3 report said.

Tomorrow, markets are going to crash, and AD will go down with the rest of them.
This is going to be ugly. I guess it's a good job I've got nothing else to do tomorrow other than die a thousand deaths! :roll:
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Re: Royalty and Royalty Trusts

Post by JaydoubleU » 08 Nov 2016 23:32

The Paris Accord, NAFTA, TPP . . .

nothing is certain, and the market hates uncertainty.

but coal stocks might be back in favor, and Keystone might get approved. Smith and Wesson could also do well. :roll:

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Post by DenisD » 08 Nov 2016 23:50

JaydoubleU wrote:Smith and Wesson could also do well. :roll:
Maybe they'll cancel the name change. :wink:

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Re: Royalty and Royalty Trusts

Post by JaydoubleU » 09 Nov 2016 15:29

Surprise, surprise,

the world didn't end!

And AD is UP, quite nicely too. 8.75% now

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Post by JaydoubleU » 09 Nov 2016 17:04

I really did think stocks would plunge when I saw futures down 750 points in Asia.

But the gainers seem obvious: TRP up sharply as Keystone is back on the agenda; my renewable energy stocks are down, as investors think Trump will scrap tax credits there.

And AD is up on fundamentals.

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Post by JaydoubleU » 01 Dec 2016 18:43

Speaking of stocks that have rebounded (AQN), AD is on a nice little roll, up 10.35% in 5 days and 14.16% in the last month.

I still don't regret trimming at a lower price, as I think it was worth it to manage risk---the risk that AD would implode like GRC.

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Post by brad911 » 02 Dec 2016 11:47

Agreed. In hindsight I would have made the same call. In my experience I'll be wrong 1 in 5 but I'd rather preserve my capital in the other 4 situations.
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Post by Gwenstacy » 29 Dec 2016 00:19

I raed this somewhere, and its crazy"Royalties are also common in natural resources. Landowners rarely have the expertise to build a mine or operate an oil well. Instead, they lease out their property to resource companies, earning a fee on every ounce of gold or barrel of oil hauled out of the ground.

After a royalty stream is set up, the owners don’t actually have to do anything. Their checks arrive in the mailbox each month. And once in place, they don’t have to lift a finger to earn their money.

Better still, owners can lock in a stream of income that can last for decades.

Patents usually last for 10 to 20 years. Copyrights last for much longer… up to 70 years after the death of the creator. Songs penned by the Elvis and Michael Jackson have another 50+ years left on them, so their owners could be getting paid until 2070."

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Re: Royalty and Royalty Trusts

Post by JaydoubleU » 26 Aug 2017 09:40

Diversified Royalty (DIV) FINALLY does a deal. And the new partner is AIR MILES. Interesting! This should secure the dividend, and I expect to see DIV rally on the news on Monday:

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-i ... ug=6940314

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