Brookfield Asset Management Inc. (BAM)
|52 Week Range||42.86-62.47|
|1y Target Est||-|
|DCF Unlevered||BAM DCF ->|
|DCF Levered||BAM LDCF ->|
|Debt / Equity||558.47%||Strong Buy|
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Canada's Brookfield buys 2.6% stake in Australia's AGL Energy
29 June 2022
AGL Energy, Australia's top power producer, said on Thursday it had learned a unit of Canadian investment manager Brookfield Asset Management acquired about 2.6% of its stake on June 24.
Brookfield's Mark Carney on the firm's new $15 billion bet on the clean energy transition
27 June 2022
Brookfield raised a record $15 billion for its inaugural Global Transition Fund, the world's largest private fund dedicated to the net zero transition.
3 Canadian Stocks for US Investors
25 June 2022
The Toronto Stock Exchange is a surprisingly robust market full of highly profitable companies.
One Big Reason Brookfield Asset Management Is Set to Conquer High Inflation
24 June 2022
This worldwide wealth manager is well prepared to outperform in an inflationary environment.
Brookfield And Other Alternative Asset Managers Are Trading As If There Were No Tomorrow
20 June 2022
An increase in interest rates and high inflation have not affected the business model of BAM and other alternative asset managers. A spin-off of the asset management business should make BAM easier to...
Why I Just Bought This Market-Crushing Stock No One's Talking About
16 June 2022
The company continues to deliver value on several fronts.
Hedge Against Inflation With Brookfield Asset Management
14 June 2022
The private markets had a tremendous year in 2020 and 2021, with record performance and fund inflows. McKinsey & Co. reported fundraising increased by approximately 20% year over year to reach a new r...
3 Reasons to Invest in Renewable Energy Stocks
8 June 2022
Clean energy stocks have been out of favor on Wall Street in 2022, but their lower prices aren't the only reason to like them.
Top 3 cheap value stocks with fat big safe dividends
3 June 2022
Value has beaten growth substantially in 2022. For example, the Vanguard Value ETF (VTV) has dropped by less than 5% while the Vanguard Value Fund (VUG) has fallen by more than 20%.