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Canadian Oil Sands Limited T.COS

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Integrated

Canadian Oil Sands Ltd indirectly owns interest in the Syncrude Joint Venture. Syncrude is involved in the mining and upgrading of bitumen from oil sands near Fort McMurray in northern Alberta.
Price: $16.45 | Change: $-0.64 | %Change: -3.74%
Volume: 2.5m | Day High/Low: 17.10/16.41 | 52 Week High/Low: 24.68/16.03
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production -- oil price -- share price

What level of average monthly Syncrude production and what level of WTI are currently imbedded in today's share price?  To make it more fun choose 270000 300000 and 330000 per month for production...read more
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RE:Hedging

Some companies hedge.  That OK, but I also like having a stock that doesn't hedge.  It's a decent proxy for crude prices and gives me an opportunity to make my own bets as to where oil prices are...read more
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Hedging

There has been a lot of debate on this board about hedging.  I have shares in COS and BTE (Baytex energy) and Crescent Point Energy, both of which have hedged their oil production well into 2015.  The...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

Thanks, that's refreshing to see that you were consistent.  I stand corrected.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

April 14, 2014 http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/t.cos/canadian-oil-sands-limited?postid=22447584  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

"Look through my posts and you will find many references, and debates in terms of why I thought they should hedge" I didn't see any posts to such effect prior to the price of oil declining.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

Look through my posts and you will find many references, and debates in terms of why I thought they should hedge. Long before the price of oil took the awful fall. Use their own slides in the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

"the stock in my opinion is significantly undervalue" Ah, ok, can you post up your numbers (not words actual numbers) comparing it to say Suncor or Imperial oil and demonstrating how it is...read more
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RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

Very well put I couldn't agree more.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

See that's the problem with your thinking, the stock in my opinion is significantly undervalue and represents a phenomena in terms of high grade ore deposit and reserves in the world. If they were...read more
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RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

Well said. I would also add that if this stock is keeping you up at night, you have bought far too much. There is no need to push COS beyond 7 or even 10% of the portfolio since this is not a crazy...read more
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RE:Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

Well spoken Oldtimer. Namsoc  rate and reply
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Frustrations precursor to jubilation ??

We are all frustrated. Just as production seems to be doing well the oil price collapses along with the share price. Understandably that frustration comes out here and probably at your homes. Remember...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Most Most Most

I guess I'll repeat the question. "So why haven't you sold COS to buy something else? It seems quite clear that you hate COS and that you think all the other producers are better run, and it's...read more
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RE:RE:Most Most Most

Acussing people of being paid hacks and suggesting that we should pump the stock? What's the matter with you? I knew you were DELUSIONAL. Is a person only suppose to say good things. I really want a...read more
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RE:Most Most Most

Yup, week after week, month after month, you keep posting how horrible you think Canadian Oil Sands is.  Based on your post above, almost all other oil sands producers would be better than Canadian...read more
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Most Most Most

Most large oil sands producers have a refinery. Most large oil sands producers don't have a accountant running the company. Most large oil sands producers actually have a hand in the operations of...read more
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RE:RE:You missed the Management Blunder Cost

Northforce13 wrote: 2-  Most of the shareholoders, myself included, do not want management to hedge their production. I agree. They can only hedge 3-4 quarters in advance. If the low oil prices...read more
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RE:You missed the Management Blunder Cost

1- Why didn't you mention this "obvious" "blunder" before the price of oil declined?  Not one post from you about this? 2-  Most of the shareholoders, myself included, do not want management to hedge...read more
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You missed the Management Blunder Cost

Management that is so smart that rather then insure good cash flow as they approach the top end of their debt range, they refuse to hedge expect on currency resulting in COS taking a large loss there....read more