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Pinetree Capital Ltd T.PNP

Sector: Financial Services | Sub-Sector: Capital Markets
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.PNP.DB | T.PNP.WT | T.PNP.WT.B | PNPFF

Pinetree Capital Ltd is an investment and merchant banking company engaged in small-cap market. Its investments are primarily in Precious Metals, Base Metals, Oil and Gas, Potash, Lithium and Rare Earths, Uranium and Coal.
Price: $0.155 | Change: $-0.015 | %Change: -8.82%
Volume: 681,960 | Day High/Low: 0.165/0.155 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.66/0.15
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shareholders

Feel bad for PNP shareholders.. I made a bit of money years ago on this stock.. After SI was one of the highest paid executives in the country I exited.. Believable to see this stock where it is after...read more
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How Regulators could help save the Stockholders

A deal  need to breis discussed with intensive short term oversight by the Regulatory authorites,   The terms of the deal should be that Inwentash steps down immediately and is subject to...read more
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RE:RE:RE:PNP Regulatory Protection Warranted. Is it Available?

There are no other options.  Take exception all you want.  Shareholders (who would buy with the reckless destruction wrought by Sheldon over the past couple of years?) vote for the Board which is...read more
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RE:RE:PNP Regulatory Protection Warranted. Is it Available?

EDM bonds,  Good Informative post, although taking exception with your implying that there should be no other options to stockholders, beyond writing letters to the board.  Given the scenario as I...read more
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RE:PNP Regulatory Protection Warranted. Is it Available?

Your Board and Management are responsible for negotiating with the debenture holders.  You are pointing out a major problem with Pinetree and many other companies - the CEO and Board Chairman are the...read more
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PNP Regulatory Protection Warranted. Is it Available?

The future of the equity of the stockholders in Pinetree may be largely determined by the outcome of ostensibly ongoing negotiations between the bondholders and Inwentash.   The stockholders interests...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

They did buyback 10% of the debentures during the summer and I think that was all that was allowed for the year. I'm sure they could get approval for more but now it becomes a negotiating point with...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

edmbonds wrote: The obvious permanent solution is to sell some assets and buy back debentures.  This reduces the numerator greater than the denominator.  It is preposterous that they have ignored this...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

The obvious permanent solution is to sell some assets and buy back debentures.  This reduces the numerator greater than the denominator.  It is preposterous that they have ignored this so far.  The...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

NAV was 47c, which is 200mln shares out * 47c =  NAV $ 94 mln Share Price 17c * 200 mln shares out = Market Cap $ 34 mln Vastly underpriced if you compare SP vs NAV Conv Debt = $ 55 mln Target 55...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

right Method, that is a fringe benefit of posting publicly, people can let you know where you(me in this case) go wrong.......so, looks even better with a sizable outright discount at the End of...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

A key mistake in your calculation Wintersun (happens to the best of us!) The NAV already reflects the debt so total assets of $149m based on your numbers and the equity is "undervalued" by 64%.  All...read more
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RE:RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

NAV was 47c, which is 200mln shares out * 47c =  NAV $ 94 mln Share Price 17c * 200 mln shares out = Market Cap $ 34 mln Conv Debt = $ 55 mln NAV $ 94 - Market Cap $ 34 - Conv Debt $ 55 = $ 5 mln So...read more
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RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

It will be resolved.  Even Sheldon can do that. If not, the portfolio will be liquidated to pay back the debenture holders.  Whatever is left is residual for shareholders.  It won't be much.  rate and reply
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RE:Debt to Asset Ratio

I dont really know the answer to that question, but I have a strong sense that a very on target answer may be- Best not to ask. :)  Canada Moose  rate and reply
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Debt to Asset Ratio

What are the implications for the share price if this issue is not resolved? Cheers (NOT!)  rate and reply
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RE:Is Inwentash going to give back the $90 M he took out?

Envisioning Inwentash paying the stockholders out of funds he managed to remove from Pinetree,would be a rather formidable task, no matter what the situtation.   If the stockholders are entitled to...read more
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Is Inwentash going to give back the $90 M he took out?

As a bonus for running this company so well  rate and reply
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Do Pinetree Stockholders need to fight for their Interests?

It seems to be that PNP shareholders interests are jeapordized by the state of technical default on the bonds hanging over the company like the Sword of Damocles.  The recent feverish buying and...read more
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-------NEWS OUT--------

November 24, 2014 16:18 ET Pinetree Capital Provides Update on Convertible Debenture Debt Covenant     TORONTO, CANADA--(Marketwired - Nov. 24, 2014) - Pinetree Capital Ltd. (TSX:PNP)(TSX...read more