Close

Welcome back to Stockhouse
Member Sign In

Email or Username:
Password:
Close

Become a member today, It's free!

We will not release or resell your information to third parties without your permission.

Enter your email address:
By providing my email, I consent to receiving investment related electronic messages from Stockhouse.
Quote  |  Bullboard  |  News  |  Opinion  |  Level II  |  Charts  |  Profile  |  Financials  |  Options  |  Price History  |  Analysts  |  Earnings  |  Insiders

Canadian National Railway Company T.CNR

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Railroads

Canadian National Railway Co is engaged in the rail and related transportation business. It transports goods for business sectors, ranging from resource products to manufactured products to consumer goods.
Price: $80.54 | Change: $-0.20 | %Change: -0.25%
Volume: 655,936 | Day High/Low: 81.16/80.09 | 52 Week High/Low: 88.89/63.03
View modes: 
0 stars

oh my..

Believer is making himself more of an idiot the more he talks. Just stop.. Please  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Share count

Then I will tell you one more time, you should not be investing in the stock market.  You know NOTHING about common stocks.  Iggy engaged.  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Share count

Bahahahaha you're spinning your head to prove me wrong you sound more and more like a fool Either you're slow or maybe English is ur second English.so this might be easier on your mind:   1 CP SHARE...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:Share count

Brilliant deduction.  So two companies, one with 200 million shares outstanding, and one with 800 million shares outstanding who both make 500 million and have 800 million in fcf would pay exactly the...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:Share count

For CP dividend to be the equivalent of CN it would need to be $3.72 per share.  I cannot understand why CP pays such a small dividend.   Oh, and I'm glad you agree and now sign your posts "STUPID". ...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Share count

If anyone's stupid its you - my argument is valid. CP pays more per share in dividends. Dividends have nothing to do with share price - they are strictly tied with earnings and cash flow management. ...read more
2.5 stars

RE:RE:Share count

Every time you post you make yourself look more and more stupid.  You should not be investing in the stock market until you at least learn a few elementary grade 1 things about stocks.  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:Share count

CNR's dividend yield is triple that of CP's. That is you get more of a dividend for every dollar you spend on CNR then CP. Check it out.  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:Share count

Yes, CNR should raise its dividend or engage a larger buyback to match CP's PER SHARE dividend. Bottom line - CNR shareholders deserve more value for the stock they hold, and that's not stupid. You...read more
0 stars

Share count

Cn rail. 804,450,000 shs at 1.25 div. approx $1,000,000,000 in dividends cp rail.  164,360,000 shs at 1.40 div. approx $230,000,000 in dividends or less than 1/4 of the amount paid by Cn. so...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:Numbers

Believer you are unbelievable.  I take it back, you are not a simpleton.  You are just plain stupid, and you can't fix stupid.  I'm going to talk to my BBQ, I get more intelligent responses from it.  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:Numbers

yes, but unfortunately for your arguement, you need $239 to get CP's $1.40 instead of $81 to get cnr's $1.25.  if the argument is which gets you more dividend for your dollar, the answer is, of course...read more
1 star

RE:Numbers

Apparently you think CNR's $1.25 is greater than $1.40 - look who's stupid now and and don't give me the cra*py yield/price ratio argument - bottom line is CNR doles out less money than CP on a share...read more
0 stars

Numbers

I suppose the next thing you will tell us is that because CP is worth $240 and CN is only worth $84 then CP is bigger than CN, right?  rate and reply
5 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Drop in stock after amazing earnings?

I am not questioning anything.  When someone says that a company who's share price is $240 and pays a 1.40 dividend is paying a higher dividend than a company trading for $84 who pays a 1.25 dividend...read more
1 star

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Drop in stock after amazing earnings?

who are u to question my statement - I could care less what you think  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Drop in stock after amazing earnings?

Nothing snotty about them.  When you learn something, go back and read your post and think about it.  You should NOT be investing in the stock market.  You are ignorant about investing.  CP dividend...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:Drop in stock after amazing earnings?

Here we go yet another troll - keep your snotty comments to yourself  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Drop in stock after amazing earnings?

From the contents of your post, you should NOT  be investing in the stock market.  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:Drop in stock after amazing earnings?

Taking a look at sister company CP, sometimes I want to cry. 6% return already for 2015, 250% return in the last 3 years and they even have a higher dividend than CNR At least they could jack up the...read more