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An integrated fertilizer and related industrial and feed products company.
Div. (Yield) $1.40 (4.1%)
POT is the best player in the upcoming marijuana boom. As far as I can tell, it is the reason the Belarus and Canadian cartels keep going to war in Mexican border towns.
It seems like POT can be a good stock for the next 3-5 weeks. It's very close to breaking out to the upside.
Potash prices will likely rise, particularly if the situation in Russia gets messier. Deej
I hate them... but spring time biotech picks are free points.
We all gotta eat
Look out Russia, you are giving me a massive gain if we put sanctions on you!
$5 off the bottom and $11 from the top 4%+ div helps you wait while the hungry world provides upward pressure
Chosen based on list of Price/Div/5 year dividend growth
Scruffy believes in this company.
POT dropped along with the potash price after the Russian potash cartel broke up. Now that the cartel has reformed potash price should rise. While it may take a year to show up in earnings gains, you collect 4.2% dividend waiting
Potash is not in short supply, but it is finite and needed in all fertilizer. Demand is expected to grow by about 2% per annum. At some point D > S and this will begin being priced in years in advance. The recent move by Uralkali is a short term blip (buying opportunity) in an otherwise structural up trend. Potash corp has the best reserves. Capex is spent and management are focused on creating value for shareholders
Food is the future. Trend towards organic should also help. Stock price should recover but there is a high and growing dividend as it does.
Based on article here "A Holiday Miracle ..." there should be an end to falling fertilizer prices, hopefully rising prices, too. There may also be pent-up demand from fertilizer buyers who were waiting for prices to go still lower. Pretty good balance sheet and good dividend help, too!
Increase in demand for products required for agriculture uses.
growing population requires more food and more fertilizer. Recent pull back a result of Russia/Belarus squabbles.
commodity. Not a time for commodity yet.
Potash may be a commodity but the suppliers are organized in a cartel to control supply and therefore prices. Long term demand for fertilizer is increasing with population and emerging economies consuming more proteins.
The world needs food and food needs fertilizer. Potash has a lock on...potash.
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