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The Trust is organized to manage land, including royalty interests, for the benefit of its owners.
This company has really good numbers but I wonder why there is no gross margin figure?The difference between net and gross marginsis an important figure to tell us about how the company is doing.
SmartMoney screener:>/= 25% EPS gain quarter over quarter>/= 25% EPS gain year over year>/= 25% sales gain quarter over quarter>/= 25% sales gain year over year>/= 20% ROE
Low taxes, business friendly policies and loose zoning laws make Texas an attractive destination for domestic as well as international companies. With untapped potential in wind and solar energy as well as rising demand for American agricultural products, this company will do well.
This company has a beta that is around 1.06, yet ytd they are outperforming the S&P by around 4%. The company has a good ROE-around 48%. Considering their lower level of risk from the past and their performance compared to certain indexes, management effectiveness and 52-week range this company seems like it would be a steal. The company being on the lower end of its 52-week high to me is indicative of a lack in proper valuation of the stock. Their revenue is growing at roughly 19.6%year over year, showing the company's ability to grow in size. The company is a land trust so the credit crunch the nation is currently in may have caused the value of their land holdings to decrease in value on paper. As of the mrq the company had around 1.2 M in property and had deprecation expenses of around 1.3 M. It seems that they are loosing value on paper but that does not necessarily mean that if they were to sell some of their property in the future that they would be taking a loss.
Keep it to ourselves
As the oil producing state of Texas increase oil production over the next few years, this holding company holds the rights to 1000's of acres of land where oil can be excavated.
Member of the "Penny Stock Posse."
many acres in 20 western Texas Counties
Lots of cashNo long term debtAR is stableFairly consistent increasing revenues (Q to Q is rough, but I suspect that is the nature of the business)Domestic oil production in West Texas is likely to increase while gas prices remain high. They will reap the benefits as they own oil rights on a lot of land in this area.
TPL is one of the most prominent group widely in picture of the investors as it takes control to eradicate the long holding view of INVESTOR and MANAGEMENT and looks like someone is stepping up to take control of finances and execution even at the cost of debt .
This company was mentioned in th4e same news story and Sabre, Travelocity, Orbitz, Priceline etc. Gotta check it out. U$ will not participate after early 2007.
Company has large R.E. holdings on the books for next to nothing. They are starting to be pressured to buyback even more shares. Traditionally have bought in around 100,000 shares a year. Used to be 3 million shares O/S now more like 2million.
A stock tontine.
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