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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: $74.00 | Change: $-1.24 | %Change: -1.65%
Volume: 644,954 | Day High/Low: 75.31/73.71 | 52 Week High/Low: 88.89/64.96
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At these prices, I add 100 shares at a time, for me, sub $ 74 is a good price, if it continues down, I will add another 100, etc. Not too worried long term, expect $ 80 by year end. Good luck.  rate and reply
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fading.... no more Federal Reserve QE drugs

where is the real economy without the meth, that is the trillion dollar question  rate and reply
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FYI Technical analysis

Period Moving Average Price Change Percent Change Average Volume 5-Day 74.41 -0.05 -0.07% 969,214 20-Day more
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Continuing signs of weakness

Carloadings for Wk 20 were down in all sectors and categories except Automotive and Intermodal. Total for the first 7 weeks of Q2 was down 1.85, with a drop of 6% for week 20.  Expect further more
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Looks like some support around $73 to $75, down only fractionally this week - if it goes below $70 I'll be looking at adding shares, but personally, I'd rather buy back into momentum. GLTA CN more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

Do not disagree at all.  CN is an institutional stock.  Periodically, one or more institutions will decide it fits into their long term profile, and buy a bunch, driving up the price temporarily. more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

Ufoolme, of course we know that CN Rail is a bellwhether stock and susbsequently we can see the loss in market cap as a reflection of economic drivers being volatile and retreating to lower more
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This is the same guy who criticizes CN and says they should increase their dividend because CP pays a higher dividend.  Doofus seems to fit pretty good.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

HH  there is no correlation.  CNR is down because the markets are down, their own carloadings are down, and US economic conditions are not positive.  Transportation stocks have been falling for more
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RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

I don't see the correlation between a passanger service ( Amtrak ) accident and the decline in CNR shareprice ? Care to expand on your comments ? Reg  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

Fear = Investor speculation = Drop in SP Very common in oil futures  rate and reply
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RE:RE:CNR we know, all the time

One of the major threats to a company's earnings is its competitors taking over market share. CNR doesn't have this worry due to the size of its rail network and virtual dominance in the NA more
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Week 19

Another 3% drop in week 19, including over 20% in bulk .  While bulk is not the major profit centre, 20% is significant.  Expect continues weakness in share price for the balance of the second half more
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RE:CNR we know, all the time

It's going to be a tough year to get much in the way of capital gains, looks like the rails in both Canada & the U.S. were overvalued and priced in for better economic expectations - looking at more
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RE:RE:Too much volatility

I hope the good times aren't over yet too  rate and reply
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RE:Too much volatility

Thing is once is crosses $80 it will move higher.....Wait and see.....I've had CNR in the passed 20 years on and off and it's always come back from the lows and reached for new highs....Very more
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Indications are for lower price.  Weak US economic data, lower carloadings, particularly the Petroleum and Chemicals, the high freight revenue traffic, which are off 10% for 2nd quarter. I see it more
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Too much volatility

I got into CNR thinking it would be more stable stock - a sustained 17% drop in SP over 3-4 mths is definitely not what I was expecting. Once this thing crosses $80 I'm getting out  rate and reply
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FYI: Reuters Story 13.05.2015 A Bearish View

"Valuations have been somewhat stretched and we wouldn't be surprised to see a correction somewhere along the way here," said Michael Sprung, president at Sprung Investment Management. Sprung more
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Technical bounce imminent

RSI 27.... risk reward looks good I'm in for 1k @ 73.50 😁  rate and reply