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The Company is engaged in the ownership and operation of a fleet of double-hull tankers.
Zacks Rank 2 which has traded above $45 within the last 5 years.
Shipping looking up....AA Alcoa says...more airplaines, trains, cars, ...I say also more ships...and ship prices are depresses and freightcosts are depressed also.Someday it will return.
Double Hull Tankers...Well, aren`t they all thesedays...supposedly, they will not leak any more. See, buy the best, sell for less.
DHT may yet move lower as issues around the proposed 12 for 1 stock split are resolved, but I believe that they now have enough cash on hand to survive this year and beyond. Many of their peers cannot claim the same advantage.If they can pick up a few more relatively new tankers from said peers at bargain basement prices, then the future looks even brighter.
after august sell buy asap
net netused zacks screenCurrent Ratio >1PEG Ratio >0Price/Book <1Cash Ratio >1then used wikiwealth to find those below fair valuethen looked at yahoo finance balance sheetdht and ntt made the cut
YES YEShttp://beta.fool.com/bradford86/2012/01/27/pick-your-price-target-54/1343/bleh i bought in real life .80
DHT is undervalued, as you can see from its latest earnings report. Its ability to maintain relatively high divedends, reduce debt and still have sufficient amounts of cash on hand are the proof.
During the last year management has only been worried about their own personal compensation. Issuing a stock offering to authorize additional shares to pay bonuses while the stock lost 60% of its value. Value this company at asset salvage value.
Oil demand and price are going up. This stock didn't go to the party in 2009, and has a shot at getting some of it now. It's a risk, but I think it's one worth taking for the mid to long term.
Bought this before dividends were suppended then bought a little more when the price dropped afterwards. Now I see the dividends might be back and the price is rising. Good time to be double hull too.
Earnings drop has kill this shipping stock.
Near 52-week and all-time low. Tanker demand will pick up as world recovery improves. DHT should benefit.
I own 2000 shares and when shipping picks up it will go up. When they canceled the dividend it dropped thats when I bought the 2nd thousand.
Good control over balance sheet and pretty secure cash flow, plus a conservative management style. What's there not to like?
As Dow oscillates around current levels DHT will gradually push north.
Tankerstocks rule, this ones cheapo!
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