Published Wed, 09 Oct 2019 21:40:53 -0400 on Seeking Alpha
Vermilion Energy Brings Both Value and Top of the Line Dividend Yields
Back in late February I wrote an article on Vermilion Energy (VET) in which I talked about how the stock was one of my favorite high dividend yield value plays. Today the stock is even more under-valued and continues to produce an incredible 13.9% annual dividend yield payed out on a monthly basis. VET has delivered well in earnings since I last looked into the company beating on revenue in both June and March conference calls. A combination of macroeconomic headwinds and EPS misses have led to a significant pullback over the last 6 months as oil supplies continue to grow. A combination of a high yield and under-valuation has the power to bring big gains, and with monthly payouts compounding, it pays to wait (Figure 1).
(Figure 1) The Power of Monthly Dividend Payments Can Easily Be Seen Over Time Compared to Quarterly and Even Annually
Compared to other small to mid-cap energy companies, VET is trading at a very enticing valuation with just an 8.2x P/E ratio (Figure 2). This valuation along with what has been a rapidly growing annual revenue as well as one of the markets highest paying dividends make Vermilion Energy's stock a rare three headed dragon.
Data by YCharts
(Figure 2) Vermilion Energy Trades at the Bottom of an Energy Sector Nearing Cyclical Lows
The main drag on Vermilion's stock right now is the declining oil price, which is threatening to fall below $50... Read more
|Stock name||Last trade||P/E||Earnings/Share||Dividend/Share||Dividend yield|
|CRESCENT POINT ENERGY||4.22||0.0||-2.98||0.03||0.74|
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