Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc (POT)

POT (NYSE:Chemicals) EQUITY
$27.29
pos +0.00
+0.00%
Today's Range: 0.00 - 0.00 | POT Avg Daily Volume: 4,352,600
Last Update: 08/04/15 - 4:05 PM EDT
Volume: 0
YTD Performance: -22.74%
Open: $0.00
Previous Close: $27.29
52 Week Range: $26.63 - $37.60
Oustanding Shares: 834,080,020
Market Cap: 22,795,406,947
6-Month Chart
TheStreet Ratings Grade for POT
Buy Hold Sell
A+ A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E+ E E- F
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Analysts Ratings
Historical Rec Current 1 Mo. Ago 2 Mo. Ago 3 Mo. Ago
Strong Buy 6 6 6 6
Moderate Buy 0 1 1 1
Hold 9 9 10 10
Moderate Sell 0 0 0 0
Strong Sell 0 1 1 2
Mean Rec. 2.20 2.35 2.39 2.53
Latest Dividend: 0.38
Latest Dividend Yield: 5.56%
Dividend Ex-Date: 07/08/15
Price Earnings Ratio: 15.10
Price Earnings Comparisons:
POT Sector Avg. S&P 500
15.10 15.10 25.65
Price Performance History (%Change):
3 Mo 1 Yr 3 Y
-16.26% -22.27% -36.21%
GROWTH 12 Mo 3 Yr CAGR
Revenue -2.60 -0.18 -0.06
Net Income -13.90 -0.50 -0.21
EPS -11.00 -0.49 -0.20
Earnings for POT:
EBITDA 2.86B
Revenue 7.12B
Average Earnings Estimates
Qtr (09/15) Qtr (12/15) FY (12/15) FY (12/16)
Average Estimate $0.41 $0.48 $1.88 $2.05
Number of Analysts 8 8 11 11
High Estimate $0.45 $0.54 $2.11 $2.27
Low Estimate $0.40 $0.43 $1.77 $1.92
Prior Year $0.38 $0.49 $1.80 $1.88
Growth Rate (Year over Year) 8.88% -1.79% 4.24% 9.50%
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Scale Symbol Comparison Bollinger Bands

Potash Worth a Closer Look Real Money Pro($)

Potash (POT) reported an in-line quarter this week at 50 cents a share, one penny shy of consensus.
The market got physical yesterday with strength in cyclicals and commodities. However, there was little follow through today. Gold is an unmitigated disaster. Even as a contrarian I see no reason to bottom fish. The bond market behaved very well despite the better GDP print and calls for a September fed funds rate rise by many. Closed-end municipal bond funds again traded slightly better. Junk bonds traded better, even though there were some conspicuous energy-related credit disasters. Market bent this morning but didn't break. Equities ignored more evidence of Greece's "extend and pretend." Dip buyers still abound. A dichotomy in banks exists, with money centers in the red but regionals in the green. MidSouth Bancorp (MSL), which I highlighted this morning, is the world's fair (+3%) after a couple days of weakness. General Motors (GM) has been edging higher the last two days. Ford (F) is behind and I likely will add on any further weakness. The Mighty Oak had two good back-to-back days after its earnings report. Earnings for Potash (POT) were basically in line. More in the next few days. Procter & Gamble (PG) has become a template for the "old economy." It's a value trap. Shares of Apple (AAPL) have been conspicuously weak all week. I added to my short today. Tomorrow's volume should break the yearly low record. Fore!
Thus far, today is a win for both the bulls and the bears. We're
The fertilizer maker has triggered a long-term oversold signal.

Today's Trades Real Money Pro($)

I successfully day-traded a long of the Direxion Daily S&P500 Bear 3X ETF (SPXS) and a short of the S&P 500 ETF (SPY). I added to the following longs:

POT Prices Are Going Up Real Money Pro($)

Shares of Potash Corp. (POT) are ripping higher after Germany's K+S Aktiengesellschaft reportedly received a written proposal from Potash to acquire it.
German business newspaper Handelsblatt is reporting that Potash Corp. (POT) might be eyeing a takeover of Germany's K&S for about 7 billion euros ($7.85 billion).
Banks remain the market's leaders. I'm long on 13 banks, with six on my Best Ideas List. The average gain on those six has been 14% in the last three months (although that's not sustainable, in my view). 

Doug's Morning Musings Real Money Pro($)

Yesterday's market was "newsy," governed principally by the flow of information regarding Greece (click here and here for updates). As I've repeatedly cautioned, newsy markets are more difficult to navigate. Thanks in part to the domination of price momentum strategies (i.e., high frequency trading), a force in motion tends to stay in motion and get overextended. As it relates to the markets, that's particularly true these days in both bonds and financial stocks. Both are overextended, although in opposite directions. Fixed income is oversold, while financials are overbought. Health care and banks were market leaders yesterday, with the latter group benefiting from a steepening Treasury-bond yield curve (especially the 2-year-vs.-10-year spread). Banks are now overbought. Although I haven't sold a share of my money-center and regional-bank holdings, I'm not chasing the sector either. The fixed-income market rallied appreciably yesterday. The 10-year yield fell from 2.505% to under 2.40% and stands at under 2.39% this morning. As I noted in my column on Wednesday, bonds are very oversold. I had expected 10-year U.S. Treasury yields to peak in the 2.35%-to-2.50% range -- and thus far, that projection has held. On the other hand, I had expected 10-year Treasury yields to move closer toward 2% this summer as signs of slowing growth emerged. Let's see if that forecast holds as well. My current feeling is that it's too ambitious by 10 to 15 basis points given the higher yields and continued weakness in German Bunds and other EU bonds. Monthly retail sales were more or less in line -- but under the hood, the growth was skewed toward strength in gasoline and autos (as I discussed in Columnist Conversations). The Atlanta Fed GDPNow model's estimate of second-quarter real GDP rose to 1.9% from 0.8%. The news of CEO Dick Costolo's departure from Twitter (TWTR) isn't surprising. I haven't had the chance to completely review yesterday's conference call (I was out all day), but I'll do so shortly and share my thoughts on Monday. I generally agree with Jim "El Capitan" Cramer's comments that operational change is brewing at Twitter despite the company's statement that current strategy continue. Based on what I've read so far, a move into the low $40s for Twitter stock seems likely this summer. I have no plans to sell my position -- indeed, I'd be a buyer at under $38 a share. As an aside, we should remember that Facebook (FB) also had some issues after going public. FB needed to social scale post-IPO and resolved -- post haste -- that important issue. I expect the same with TWTR. As for this morning's action, futures are slightly lower -- but are volatile and have already moved well off of their lows. I remain net short in this unpredictable and "newsy" setting. Although I'm still of the "Peak Complacency" opinion, i

Adding Yahoo! and Going to POT Real Money Pro($)

I added to my long on Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (POT) and increased my stake in Yahoo! (YHOO) for the first time in a few weeks.

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