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IBI Group Inc T.IBG

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Engineering & Construction
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.IBG.DB | T.IBG.DB.A | T.IBG.DB.B | IBIBF | T.IBG.DB.C

IBI Group Inc is an engineering services provider. The Company plans, designs, implements, as well as offers other consulting services and software development for its Intelligence, Buildings and Infrastructure business streams.
Price: $2.62 | Change: $-0.04 | %Change: -1.50%
Volume: 6,100 | Day High/Low: 2.69/2.62 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.95/0.65
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RE:Potential Buyer

All good points.  I'd considered the debt.  I guess I don't see that debt as horrible, bone crushing debt if you have the cash flow to cove it.  In itself, debt isn't necessarily a bad thing. more
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Potential Buyer

Another solid post - as to your point why a company wouldn't pay an extra $50 million - simple IBI isn't for sale at $100 mil as the partners would lose 1/2 their original investment and as they more
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Quiet and holding steady....

and's a good thing. But, management stated that two big things were on the table for the end of Q3:  1) the restructuring of bank debt and 2) sale of some assets.   If on track, more
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RE:Debentures and Dividends

The answer to your questions will likely be very different to the answer a month from now, which will be a lot different than the answer 2 months ago. Short-range debentures (7% series, $47M, I more
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Debentures and Dividends

Just wondering if someone could shed some light on how feasible is it that the company can payback the debentures owed as they come due in future? Are they currently putting money aside for this? more
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RE:RE:No..Not Noble

They said very clearly in the last conference call that "- a new compensation model will be deployed this fall to,allow folks to share in success of the firm." No details given. The previous more
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RE:No..Not Noble

"In my opinion we will see a new employee option plan sooner than later" Don't know if this is confirmed or not, but I've heard that the company is apparently looking at implementing a bonus more
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RE:No..Not Noble

I get your point now.  I still don't think they'd do it, but still. I wholeheartedly agree that largely keeping the key staff/personel in place is the single most important hurdle this company more
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No..Not Noble

Not what I meant but I guess I wasn't clear   .If a company is about to issue employee options then the lower the share price, the more valuable the options. A company can issue 10% of o/s shares at more
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RE:Insider Selling - A Positive?

I've never sold a stock on the cheap that I think will go up in an effort to control the price stability. Noble, but never been done in the history of all markets, since spice routes were more
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Insider Selling - A Positive?

Actually possibly this selling rather than just being a short-term negative is a long term positive.    We know because of the stock's collapse that many partners are stuck 10's of millions of more
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Respectfully Disagree

I don't think the status of the Chinese Wall as I understand it is that it is illegal for information to flow from Buy to Sell side rather that it is illegal for the Sell side recipient to more
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RE:Sometimes Nothing Can Mean Something

Buy side and sell side must legally be completely segregated/separate, so material information can't legally cross floors.  I personally don't think this is news. What is news is that it appears more
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Sometimes Nothing Can Mean Something

Interesting fact - Canacord has been hired forthe Corporate Finance/debt restructuring aspects for IBI as has been well-documented. Furthermore their analyst has been publishing reports/ more
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Reality check

This is the great thing about small cap stocks, they often trade more on emotion than on rationality.  Stand back and look at what's been done, evrything has been done by the book.  Just to state more
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RE:Not a "Correction"

EBITDA margin of 12.8% this past quarter if you exclude the $3.1M in one time fees. Response, please. Q2 performance of the core business was actually exceptional vs. industry peers, hence more
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Not a "Correction"

If you really want to use Technical analysis on a smallcap fine - use the right terms. The stock over the past 6 months has been in a long-term uptrend from $.65 to $2.95. The current down move is more
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RE:If you're thinking of buying it's way too early.

Caillen, way to early? The writing is not just on the wall, it's on the books. If you exclude a one-time $3.1M for advisory fees in that last quarter, what is that one-time cost per share? Thanks.  rate and reply
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If you're thinking of buying it's way too early.

It's still way too early. In fact, the move from $2.95 down to $2.35 ($.60 down) has still not registered on the charts as a correction...hence why you will still see a lot more downside for the more
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interesting turnaround

thanks twitter Barbie. cheers, dave.  rate and reply