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3 Reasons to Avoid Enerplus Corp and its 10.4% Dividend
This summer, everything was going right for Enerplus Corp (TSX:ERF)(NYSE: ERF). The company had achieved double-digit annual growth in production, reserves and cash flow over the previous two years.
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Which Is a Better Buy Now: Enerplus Corp or Crescent Point Energy Corp?
It's easy to dream about Crescent Point Energy Corp's (TSX:CPG)(NYSE:CPG) monster 9% dividend yield. A yield that high could provide tons of cash flow each month for any future retiree.
Should You Buy Enerplus Corp. and its 4.35% Dividend Yield Today?
Enerplus Corp. (TSX:ERF)(NYSE:ERF), one of the largest producers of crude oil and natural gas in North America, announced first-quarter earnings results before the market opened on May 8, and its stock responded by making a slight move to the downside ...
Enerplus Corp Given New C$14.00 Price Target at CIBC (ERF)  The Legacy
Enerplus's Cautious Moves In Difficult Times Position It For Long-Term ...  Seeking Alpha
Will Enerplus Corp.'s Latest Decision Frack the Oil Price?
The rationale behind is this is quite understandable; with WTI hovering around US$60 per barrel, those wells have an estimated breakeven price of US$58 per barrel. This will give Enerplus a return on the substantial capital it has already invested in ...
Enerplus Corporation Price Target Update  Insider Trading Report
Enerplus Corp to Issue Monthly Dividend of $0.04 on July 15th (ERF)  WKRB News
Is Enerplus Corp's 7.4% Dividend in Trouble?
The rapid decline in oil prices is putting oil-fueled dividends on shaky ground. Take Enerplus Corp's (TSX: ERF)(NYSE: ERF) 7.4% yield.
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Should You Buy Enerplus Corp After it Cut Its Dividend?
Back in December I said that investors should avoid Enerplus Corp (TSX:ERF)(NYSE:ERF) and its monster dividend, which at the time yielded more than 10%.
Enerplus Corp. Is Downgraded: Is This a Signal to Sell?
It has also triggered a number of analyst downgrades for a wide range of oil companies, with Enerplus Corp. (TSX:ERF)(NYSE:ERF) ... Unlike many of its peers and despite significantly lower crude prices, Enerplus has yet to cut its dividend, giving ...
Does Enerplus Corp. Represent a Long-Term Opportunity Today?
Enerplus Corp. (TSX:ERF)(NYSE:ERF), one of the largest producers of crude oil and natural gas in North America, announced fourth-quarter earnings results on the morning of February 20, and its stock has responded by falling over 11% in the weeks since.
1 Major Reason to Avoid Enerplus Corp. and Buy Canadian Tire Corporation ...
Canada-based oil and natural gas company Enerplus Corp. (TSX:ERF)(NYSE: ERF) holds an impressive suite of assets in North America, including a large exposure to U.S. shale gas. Right now, this is a large negative for the company. Oil prices have ...
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