The internationally-traded liquefied natural gas (NYSEMKT:LNG) market may be on the threshold of strong growth. If so, a company formed in 2010 in Monaco, GasLog (NYSE:GLOG), may be a long-term beneficiary. The company owns and also manages several LNG tankers. It is growing rapidly. Last week, it reported upside surprises for both sales and earnings for Q4. The stock is at $22. Value Line initiated coverage very recently and gives the stock a 3-5 year price appreciation potential to $50, plus or minus $10. In addition, the company pays a 2% dividend.
GLOG may be an adept new entrant into the LNG tanker field, and may be able to outperform the average stock if the LNG trading market is indeed fated to grow rapidly in the years ahead.
Disclosure: I am long GLOG.
Additional disclosure: Not investment advice. I am not an investment adviser.