SU:CA:TSX-Suncor Energy Inc (CAD)

COMMON STOCK | Oil & Gas Integrated | TSX

Last Closing Price

CAD 23.89

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Market Cap

CAD 36.44B

Volume

0.01B

Average Target Price

CAD 33.85 (+41.70%)
Average Analyst Rating

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Fundamental Analysis

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About

Suncor Energy Inc. operates as an integrated energy company. The company primarily focuses on developing petroleum resource basins in Canada's Athabasca oil sands; explores for, acquires, develops, produces, refines, transports, and markets crude oil in Canada and internationally; markets petroleum and petrochemical products under the Petro-Canada brand primarily in Canada. It operates in Oil Sands; Exploration and Production; Refining and Marketing; and Corporate and Eliminations segments. The Oil Sands segment recovers bitumen from mining and in situ operations, and upgrades it into refinery feedstock and diesel fuel, or blends with diluent for direct sale to market. The Exploration and Production segment is involved in the offshore operations of the east coast of Canada and in the North Sea; and operating onshore assets in Libya and Syria. The Refining and Marketing segment refines crude oil and intermediate feedstock into various petroleum and petrochemical products; and markets refined petroleum products to retail, commercial, and industrial customers through its dealers, sales channel, other retail stations, and commercial road transportation networks. The Corporate and Eliminations segment operates four wind power facilities located in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario with a gross installed capacity of 111 MW. The company also engages in the marketing, supply, and trading of crude oil, natural gas, byproducts, refined products, and power. The company was formerly known as Suncor Inc. and changed its name to Suncor Energy Inc. in April 1997. Suncor Energy Inc. was founded in 1953 and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.

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ETFs Containing SU:CA

Symbol Name Weight Mer Price(Change) Market Cap
XEG:CA iShares S&P/TSX Cappe.. 32.53 % 0.55 %

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CAD0.60B
ZEO:CA BMO Equal Weight Oil &.. 12.53 % 0.55 %

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CAD0.09B
HEE:CA Horizons Enhanced Income .. 8.80 % 0.65 %

N/A

CAD9.03M
ZVC:CA BMO MSCI Canada Value Ind.. 5.42 % 0.35 %

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CAD2.46M
HPF:CA Harvest Energy Leaders Pl.. 5.28 % 1.89 %

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CAD0.02B
XEN:CA iShares Jantzi Social Ind.. 5.23 % 0.50 %

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CAD0.18B
XCV:CA iShares Canadian Value In.. 4.82 % 0.50 %

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CAD0.05B
VDY:CA Vanguard FTSE Canadian Hi.. 4.22 % 0.20 %

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CAD0.52B
MCLC:CA Manulife Multifactor Cana.. 3.85 % 0.45 %

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CAD0.05B
PXC:CA Invesco FTSE RAFI Canadia.. 3.29 % 0.45 %

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CAD0.19B
TTP:CA TD Canadian Equity Index .. 2.75 % 0.05 %

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CAD0.42B

Market Performance

  Market Performance vs.
Industry/Classification (Oil & Gas Integrated)
Market Performance vs. Exchange
  Value Sector Median Percentile Rank Grade Market Median Percentile Rank Grade
YTD  
Capital Gain -43.87% 80% B- 11% F
Dividend Return 1.09% 67% D+ 84% B
Total Return -42.77% 80% B- 11% F
Trailing 12 Months  
Capital Gain -42.86% 75% C 17% F
Dividend Return 4.13% 100% A+ 90% A-
Total Return -38.73% 100% A+ 18% F
Trailing 5 Years  
Capital Gain -35.35% 100% A+ 34% F
Dividend Return 16.68% 100% A+ 65% D
Total Return -18.66% 100% A+ 35% F
Average Annual (5 Year Horizon)  
Capital Gain 2.86% 100% A+ 63% D
Dividend Return 2.93% 100% A+ 65% D
Total Return 5.78% 100% A+ 66% D
Risk Return Profile  
Volatility (Standard Deviation) 20.33% 75% C 46% F
Risk Adjusted Return 28.45% 100% A+ 52% F
Market Capitalization 36.44B 100% A+ 97% A+
Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage
A+ 97%-100% A 93%-96% A- 90%-92%
B+ 97%-89% B 83%-86% B- 80%-82%
C+ 77%-79% C 73%-76% C- 70%-72%
D+ 67%-69% D 63%-66% D- 60%-62%
F 0%-59%

Key Financial Ratios

  Ratio vs. Industry/Classification
(Oil & Gas Integrated)
Ratio vs. Market
  Value Sector Median Percentile Rank Grade Market Median Percentile Rank Grade
Market Value  
Price / Earning Ratio 12.10 40% F 62% D-
Price/Book Ratio 1.02 25% F 51% F
Price / Cash Flow Ratio 3.50 40% F 66% D
EV/EBITDA 5.48 75% C 74% C
Management Effectiveness  
Return on Equity -5.10% 60% D- 36% F
Return on Invested Capital 3.98% 60% D- 46% F
Return on Assets -1.87% 60% D- 30% F
Debt to Equity Ratio 30.65% 40% F 62% D-
Technical Ratios  
Short Ratio 1.14 100% A+ 48% F
Short Percent N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Beta 1.70 100% A+ 19% F
Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage Letter Grade Percentage
A+ 97%-100% A 93%-96% A- 90%-92%
B+ 97%-89% B 83%-86% B- 80%-82%
C+ 77%-79% C 73%-76% C- 70%-72%
D+ 67%-69% D 63%-66% D- 60%-62%
F 0%-59%

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Analyst Rating

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Fundamental Analysis Breakdown

This is a composite scorecard based on the application of evaluation criteria deemed most important by analysts. This is not a buy or sell recommendation.

What to like:
High market capitalization

This is one of the largest entities in its sector and is among the top quartile. Such companies tend to be more stable.

Superior risk adjusted returns

This stock has performed well, on a risk adjusted basis, compared to its sector peers(for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile.

Low volatility

The stock’s annual returns have been stable and consistent compared to its sector peers(for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile. Although stability is good, also keep in mind it can limit returns.

Superior total returns

The stock has outperformed its sector peers on average annual total returns basis in the past 5 years (for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile.

High dividend returns

The stock has outperformed its sector peers on average annual dividend returns basis in the past 5 years (for a hold period of at least 12 months) and is in the top quartile. This can be a good buy, especially if it is outperforming on total return basis , for investors seeking high income yields.

Positive cash flow

The company had positive total cash flow in the most recent four quarters.

Positive free cash flow

The company had positive total free cash flow in the most recent four quarters.

Underpriced on free cash flow basis

The stock is trading low compared to its peers on a price to free cash flow basis and is in the top quartile. It may be underpriced but do check its financial performance to make sure there is no specific reason.

Superior Earnings Growth

This stock has shown top quartile earnings growth in the previous 5 years compared to its sector.

Superior Revenue Growth

This stock has shown top quartile revenue growth in the previous 5 years compared to its sector.

High Gross Profit to Asset Ratio

This stock is in the top quartile compared to its peers on Gross Profit to Asset Ratio. This is a popular measure among value investors for showing superior returns in the long run.

What to not like:
Overpriced compared to earnings

The stock is trading high compared to its peers on a price to earning basis and is above the sector median.

Overpriced compared to book value

The stock is trading high compared to its peers median on a price to book value basis.

Overpriced on cashflow basis

The stock is trading high compared to its peers on a price to cash flow basis. It is priced above the median for its sectors. Proceed with caution if you are considering to buy.

Higly leveraged

The company is in the bottom half compared to its sector peers on debt to equity and is highly leveraged. However, do check the news and look at its sector and management statements. Sometimes this is high because the company is trying to grow aggressively.