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Sunday, January 29, 2012

Look at what I find: Crescent Point Energy Corp (CPG)

I am always searching and searching for new stuff for my investment portfolio and I was quite excited with my latest finding and of course, I just have to post about it, you know the stuff, and know you know about another marvellous: Crescent Point Energy (CPG).

Crescent Point Energy (CPG) is obviously in the energy sector. But let’s go straight to the point on why I find Crescent Point Energy (CPG) so interesting!

What you need to know about my newest finding: Crescent Point Energy Corp (CPG)

What really caught my interest in Crescent Point Energy (CPG) is first of all its dividend yield. I was doing a search on dividend yield when I found Crescent Point Energy (CPG). CPG dividend yield is of 6%, for 2.76$ per year. At the current stock value of 45.48$, Crescent Point Energy (CPG) dividend yield is of a bit more than 6%, which is very good. Very rare feature for a blue chip, CPG pays its dividend on a monthly basis. Usually, blue chips paid a quarterly dividend, not a monthly one. So this is quite fun.

Crescent Point Energy (CPG) chart is spectacular. It’s actually not a chart that you are seeing there, but a flying jet that continue its way to a golden future. And the future seems to be quite bright for Crescent Point Energy (CPG). Recently, CPG announced a major acquisition in Wild Stream Exploration Inc. which will significantly increased their production.

The only problem I am having with Crescent Point Energy (CPG) is that it’s another gas and oil company... I already own a lot of stock in that sector: Pembina Pipeline Corporation (PPL), Pengrowth Energy Corporation (PGF), Enbridge Income Fund Holdings Inc. (ENF), EnCana Corporation (ECA), TransCanada Corp (TRP), Enbridge Inc. (ENB) and Canadian Utilities Limited (CU). I have several thousands of dollars invested in the oil and gas sector, but I did very well in it, at the exception of EnCana Corporation (ECA).

Adding a few stocks of Crescent Point Energy Corp (CPG) could be interesting even if I own more than enough in the energy sector.


Anonymous said...

What follows after a major acquisition is a share issue. You may want to wait and take advantage of the price drop.

High on Dividends said...

P/E=51 !!!!

You bought at the very top.....

Anonymous said...

If you like Crescent Point, you will love SDRL. I have 6 figure investments in both.

Urbane Cowboy

Sunny said...

I didn't invest in CPG yet, its just a stock that I am looking at. I may invest in it.

I will check on SDRL.

Ruth said...

HI Anonymous..i have sea drill also and was lucky to buy that when the canadian dollar was high..i think up 1.07 so made a nice exchange for the stock being american and a high dividend..wish i had bought it in my tfsa.


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