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Avcorp Industries Inc T.AVP

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Aerospace & Defense
Alternate Symbol(s):  AVPFF

Avcorp Industries Inc is engaged in designing and building of airframe structures for aircraft companies, including BAE Systems, Boeing and Bombardier. It provides product design, tool design, parts fabrication, assembly and repair.
Price: $0.07 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 0 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 0.115/0.055
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AVP - CEO should buy now.

CEO Peter George should be buying as many shares from the exchange as possible. This will send a claer signal to shareholders.  rate and reply
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0.055 IN GO GO

MMMMMMMMMM  rate and reply
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Ohh! look at that

Back to 6c.  Might have to dip my toe finally.  rate and reply
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hello !!!???

Is there is anybody out there ?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:AVP - Avcorp supplier for Boeing 777

Source Link:   VANCOUVER, Aug. 21, 2012 /CNW/ - Avcorp Industries Inc. (AVP on the Toronto Stock Exchange) ( more
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RE:AVP - Avcorp supplier for Boeing 777

what does avcorp build for the 777?  rate and reply
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No they don't  rate and reply
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Does anybody know if AVP does any work for Viking Air?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Any catalysts for change here?

Not many long suffering around here. Most of us are well in at 5 and 6 cents. With the very large upside on new orders for Bombardier and Boeing, and the aerospace industry in general, it's still more
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RE:RE:Any catalysts for change here?

It wouldn't be that much fun to be hanging with the long suffering anyway.... Cheers!  rate and reply
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RE:Any catalysts for change here?

Well! Not having you as a shareholder would be a huge plus.  rate and reply
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Any catalysts for change here?

Hi folks.  I'v watched Avcorp for awhile and operationally the company looks sound (sans profit)  With the share structure the way it is, I'm not seeing any hope for share price appreciation and more
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AVP - Avcorp supplier for Boeing 777

Emirates To Buy $56 Billion Worth Of Boeing Airliners After Scrapping Deal With Airbus Read more: more
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AvCorp Korea

AvCorp can use their complete product line to make inroads into the Korean market, and they are in the prime Vancouver (Richmond) location compared to almost all their competition. more
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AVP Receives Gov't Financing

Avcorp to receive $4.4-million government financing 2014-04-23 13:49 ET - News Release   Mr. Mark van Rooij reports AVCORP ANNOUNCES STRATEGIC AEROSPACE AND DEFENCE INITIATIVE FUNDING more
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RE:RE:Are they .......

have exactly same feeling. Had it twice before, once made money once lost, over all mde few buicks. Had 2 pops close to 20 cents in last 2-3 years. Got rid of it when Panta aquired more than more
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RE:Are they .......

This might sound stupid but I don't think they're even in business to make profits. You can look at the company's history and see how many times it's done well and made lots of money. It's not a more
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Are they .......

.....ever capable of making profits. If there wasn't for Cessna settlement AVP would be i negative equity now and declared insolvant. How long it'll take to eat up the Cessna money before they face more
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Year-End Financials Out

Fiscal 2013 not a stellar year; however there is no exodus for the doors.  A few selling their shares but not a lot. Chance to pick up a few more shares on the cheap. They cleaned up the balance more
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With all the rumblings

regarding opening up the replacements for the CF-18, I really wonder if it wouldn't be well better for Avcorp. A post from the Globe & Mail. What do you guys think?: more