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Automodular Corporation T.AM

Sector: Consumer Cyclical | Sub-Sector: Auto Parts

Automodular Corp is engaged in sequencing and sub-assembly of modules that are installed in equipment assembled by North American Original Equipment Manufacturers at plants in Canada. Its offerings include instrument panel, power pack and rear suspension.
Price: $2.32 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.43%
Volume: 22,700 | Day High/Low: 2.33/2.31 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.42/1.95
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4.5 stars

SA Article

http://seekingalpha.com/article/3210936-The-Curious-Case-Of-Automodular  rate and reply
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RE:RE:buyback

I think they are in a bit of time sensitive place.  Access to the TSX listing cannot be understated; while AM will continue either on the CSE or OTC, the TSX listing is key so they will need a...read more
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RE:buyback

To me, if they wind down, the buyback is a moot point, as we will get whatever is available per share. What is your rationale for saying "...may want to launch something again in the near future but...read more
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buyback

Hopefully automodular maximizes its buyback as current price is about 13% below net book value and so every buy is accreditive to the remaining shares. I assume that in the event of a settlement, the...read more
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Anyone make it to the AGM

I had planned to go, but -- as usual -- things got in the way. I expect it was either very interesting or very boring. Either way, I'd be interested to hear the impressions of any attendees.  rate and reply
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Info circular

So according to the inforamtion circular, only the CFO in on a full employment contract and even at that is for 3 months to June 26.  Everyone else is a consultant on anything from month to month or...read more
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He's Back!

Whack the .065 ask!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:News....share buyback cost compresion and larger scope

NCIB started yesterday.  They need some action by July to keep their listing or to move to a different exchange.  Need to prove to GM that they are not going anywhere and hopefully can shake out some ...read more
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RE:News....share buyback cost compresion and larger scope

Looks like we might be in for the longer haul, with the GM litigation as the potential remaining asset. Having failed to find an acquisition in their field of competence, they will now expand their...read more
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News....share buyback cost compresion and larger scope

Automodular Corporation (TSX:AM) ("Automodular" or the "Corporation") announces that the Toronto Stock Exchange ("TSX"), has accepted the Corporation's notice of intention to undertake a normal course...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Final decision

Thanks for your answers, my friends. Let's be patient. :-)  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Final decision

I would that if anything were imminent it will be on the AGM list as it will be costly to organize a special shareholder meeting on a transformational transaction.  I wouldn't be holding your breath...read more
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RE:Final decision

Earnings are due out today according to TMX. I would think a statement regarding the go forward plans would be included.  rate and reply
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Final decision

Hi everybody, Anyone has any idea about when a decision will be made regarding the end of AM ? Thanks  rate and reply
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RE:AGM

Found AGM date for this year on sedar.  It is May 7.  rate and reply
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AGM

Anybody here attend last year's AGM?  Did mgt make themselves available before and/or after to chat with attendees? Also, can anyone remember the typical AGM date?  I don't see it in last year's...read more
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RE:Wind up or dissolution of company

Don't know but from past experience the management acts in the best interest of the shareholder. Not a common happening with most companies.  rate and reply
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Wind up or dissolution of company

If this company is disolved or wound up and the assets are distributed to shareholders will the distribution be classified as a) dividend  b) tax free dividend c) ROC?  rate and reply
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still a lot of interest

The listing review is to be expected for any company in AM's current situation.  Nothing changed from the day before to the day of the listing review announcement. There is still significant interest...read more
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RE:RE:DeListing

I suspect there'll be some dumping - I think Templeton fund has been lightening up and given the delisting, they probably have to get out.  rate and reply