Morningstar‘s Stock Analysis FNR
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Company Profile FNR
49 North Resources Inc is a resource investment, financial, and managerial advisory company. Principally, it is engaged in the business of investing in a diversified portfolio of common shares and other securities of resource issuers. The company invests in assets mainly involved in the mineral or oil and gas exploration and development, with a view to achieving capital appreciation of the portfolio.
Saskatoon, SK, S7K 5M5, CAN
FAQs for 49 North Resources Inc Stock
Yes. FNR has a forward dividend yield of 22.86%.
FNR’s full dividends and stock split history
on the Dividend tab.
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FNR’s market cap is 4.16 Mil.
Market capitalization is calculated by taking a company’s share price and multiplying it by the total number of shares. It’s often used to measure a company’s size. In the Morningstar Style Box, large-cap names account for the largest 70% of U.S. stocks, mid-cap names account for the largest 70–90%, and small-cap names are the remaining 10% of companies.
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FNR’s stock style is Small Core.
Style is an investment factor that has a meaningful impact on investment risk and returns. Style is calculated by combining value and growth scores, which are first individually calculated.
High-growth stocks tend to represent the technology, healthcare, and communications sectors. They rarely distribute dividends to shareholders, opting for reinvestment in their businesses. More value-oriented stocks tend to represent financial services, utilities, and energy stocks. These are established companies that reliably pay dividends.
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FNR’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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