GNI  Great Northern Iron Ore Proper...

Exchange

NYSE

Sector

Basic Industries

Industry

Precious Metals

Market Cap.

12.15M

Vuru Grade

84.00/100

Current Price

$8.00
+0 (+0%)

Growth Price

$68.50
Undervalued by 756.22%

Stability Price

$4.69
Overvalued by 41.39%

Company Metrics

  • P/E 0.93
  • P/S 0.62
  • P/B 1.58
  • EPS 9
  • Cash ROIC -323.92%
  • Cash Ratio 2.37
  • Dividend 5 / 64%
  • Avg. Vol. 26,206.00
  • Shares 1.52M
  • Market Cap. 12.15M

Company Description

Great Northern Iron Ore Properties, a conventional nonvoting trust, owns and leases mineral and non-mineral lands on the Mesabi Iron Range in northeastern Minnesota. It owns mineral interests in 12,033 acres on the Mesabi Iron Range Formation, including approximately 7,443 acres that are wholly owned. The trust would dissolve in April 2015. The company was founded in 1906 and is based in Saint Pau... more


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News

Great Northern Iron Ore stock slashed by 47 percent
Minneapolis Star Tribune - Jan 7, 2014
A century-old, little-followed Minnesota stock lost nearly half of its value Monday amid a continuing controversy over the worth of Great Northern Iron Ore Properties, which will dissolve in 2015. The price of Great Northern (ticker: GNI) fell 47 ...
Great Northern Iron Ore Properties (GNI): Great Northern Iron Now Worth Less ...
Seeking Alpha - Jan 5, 2014
Great Northern Iron Ore (NYSE: GNI) is one of the most misunderstood stocks in America. Buyers are currently paying $67 per share for GNI, misled by stories, probably written by robots, that vaunt its 15% dividend yield.
Great Northern Iron Ore Properties Downgraded (GNI)
TheStreet.com - Dec 11, 2013
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Great Northern Iron Ore (Nasdaq: GNI) has been downgraded by TheStreet Ratings from buy to sell. This is driven by a number of negative factors, which we believe should have a greater impact than any strengths, and could make ...
Great Northern Iron Ore Properties Will Likely Fall To $15 Soon After The June ...
Seeking Alpha - Jun 26, 2014
Great Northern Iron Ore Properties (NYSE:GNI) is an iron ore royalty trust that terminates on April 6, 2015. Because its termination date is so close, the stock naturally has a very high distribution yield.
The Great Northern Iron Ore Properties: Investment Or Lottery?
Seeking Alpha - Nov 7, 2012
In my most recent pair of articles I ran screeners to find companies that offered double-digit dividend yields that might be attractive to investors looking for alternatives to mortgage REITs which fell victim, at the beginning of October, to QEternity ...
Great Northern Iron Ore To Close April 2015 (GNI)
Seeking Alpha (registration) - Sep 12, 2014
Great Northern Iron Ore (GNI) shares were priced at $23.98 on the NYSE at the open on September 12, 2014. The trust will shut down April 6, 2015, with only two or three more monthly dividends (depending if they pay the March dividend in April, or ...
Great Northern Iron Ore: The Greatest Short Play You Can't Make
Seeking Alpha - Mar 1, 2012
This is an article on one of those opportunities, which, unfortunately, you cannot take advantage of. First, here's a little background information.
Holders Of Great Northern Iron Ore Will Lose 30% Of Their Money In 7 Months (GNI)
Seeking Alpha (registration) - Sep 11, 2014
Great Northern Iron Ore (GNI) is now trading at an astonishing $24 per share. GNI's VP and CFO, Thomas Janochoski, confirmed dividends aren't expected to increase this year over last year.
Great Northern Iron Remains Overvalued: Present Value Is Under $12 (GNI)
Seeking Alpha - Jan 1, 2015
After falling 80% in 2014, Great Northern Iron Ore (NYSE: GNI) remains overvalued. If you haven't read about GNI before, the key point to understand is that it will terminate on April 5, 2015 and will not pay quarterly distributions after that.
The iron empire: James J. Hill's Great Northern ore trust terminated
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press - Apr 17, 2015
James J. Hill's son and grandson, Louis Hill and Louis Hill Jr., photographed in 1917. Louis Hill Jr. was the last surviving founder of the Great Northern Iron Ore Trust. He died in 1995, setting off the 20-year timtabkle that led to dissolution of the ...