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Armtec Infrastructure Inc T.ARF

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Engineering & Construction
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.ARF.DB | AIIFF

Armtec Infrastructure Inc. is a infrastructure and construction materials company, combining creative engineered solutions, relevant advice, dedicated people, proven products and a national presence with a local focus on exceptional customer service.
Price: $0.305 | Change: $-0.025 | %Change: -7.58%
Volume: 55,500 | Day High/Low: 0.32/0.30 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.11/0.30
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RE:Remember what Armtec is....

I agree with all you say....my concern is timing. Q3 is supposed to be the best quarter yet nothing has changed. They must act immediately with Brookfield on board. If management won't take the...read more
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Remember what Armtec is....

Armtec is a cluster of low tech companies and assets that manufacturers simple products. They are under extreme competitive pressure on all fronts and since the assembly margin compression of what...read more
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RE:Staying Focused

Not so unlikely in my opinion. Brookfield has the resources and management ability to reposition the company. Similiar to private equity investment firms. They profit both from the lending and in the...read more
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Staying Focused

Debating whether ARF is technically or practically solvent or insolvent and what any of the three brokers following this stock may say in their research material serves only to take investor eyes off...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:why Brookfield will keep the golden goose alive

If you are customer of I-trade of Scocia Bank, you can acces the ScotiaBank Global Banking and Markets Company Edge Reports i copied here highlight with red color.     Financial Analysis...read more
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RE:RE:RE:why Brookfield will keep the golden goose alive

DEFINITION of 'Accounting Insolvency' A situation where the value of a company's liabilities exceeds its assets. Accounting insolvency looks only at the firm's balance sheet, deeming a company...read more
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RE:RE:why Brookfield will keep the golden goose alive

Here is the definition of insolvency: "a business can have negative net assets showing on its balance sheet, making it balance-sheet insolvent, but still be cash-flow solvent if ongoing revenue is...read more
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RE:why Brookfield will keep the golden goose alive

Brookfield may have other ideas...just speculating. Sorry to burst your bubble but Armtec is insolvent. 2015 will be a turning point...hopefully they develop a plan to restructure otherwise no hope...read more
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RE:Survival

great insight...solid points.  rate and reply
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why Brookfield will keep the golden goose alive

In very low interest environment, Brookfield get money easily to lend it to ARF. Even though ARF has 17 million of liabilities more than assets, it become less than last year of 20 m. In 2011...read more
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Survival

Finance charges now running at approximately $150,000 per business day and accounts payables have ballooned against a backdrop of cheques written with no cash to cover (see 30 Sept. financials).  The ...read more
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RE:RE:RE:scocial bank recent report

Thanks. Yes I agree... a new plan is required. I am not sure if the current management has the foresight and capability to develop the plan and execute. Brookfield and perhaps major shareholders need...read more
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RE:RE:scocial bank recent report

Great advice and well expressed clear thoughts. The problem is Armtec senior management has no plan and hasn't had one for years. The rolled out the vision for 2015 two years ago. Well 2015 is a month...read more
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RE:scocial bank recent report

Lots of numbers but really the bottom line is the company is insolvent (shares worthless). They need to "do something" to give themselves a chance....doing little or nothing is not an option...read more
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scocial bank recent report

Two important things in this report: cash flow 0.04 for 2014, but 0.79 for 2015 ebitda : 31 m in 2014, 50 million in 2015 Armtec Infrastructure Inc. Special Situations  (ARF-T)  10Nov14...read more
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trading ARF

I traded ARF three times since it fell from $25. Each time I made money. One time was when it was at 0.70s on the verge of bankcruptcy, suddently rescuded by Brookfield. Strangely there was no...read more
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RE:Where's the Board?

Writing is on the wall now....Brookfield is in charge. They could sell (at least try) some assets but if Brookfield takes all the sale proceeds then the company is doomed. Expect directors, management...read more
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Where's the Board?

Some good discussion on this board re. sorry state of affairs at Armtec.  Missing are ongoing questions or concerns about the action or inaction of the six remaining company directors.  Why would this...read more
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RE:RE:RE:very positive numbers in q3

Using EBIDA for this company is misleading. That is what managements is "hanging their hat on" to their own peril. Adding back interest on a debt ridden company just masks the problem. They want to...read more
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RE:RE:very positive numbers in q3

yes, i made mistake about nine month EBITDA. Nine month EBItDA should be 20 million in3 qtrs. If guideline of  30m is real . we are going to have 10 m in q4. q3 EBITDA was 16 M, pe was  014,   so 16...read more