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Crescent Point Energy Corp T.CPG

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P

Crescent Point Energy Corp is involved in acquiring and holding interests in petroleum and natural gas properties and assets related through a general partnership and wholly owned subsidiaries.
Price: $25.63 | Change: +$0.08 | %Change: +0.31%
Volume: 722,004 | Day High/Low: 25.81/25.36 | 52 Week High/Low: 47.09/21.20
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RE:RE:RE:RE:PWE Next ?

righand2 wrote: [...] There is a bunch of PWE bagholders trying to salvage a small part of their investment, hoping someone, anyone, will buy their dog of a stock. CPG has made a couple of good...read more
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RE:RE:RE:PWE Next ?

HARJAY wrote: righand2 Is that foul language really necessary. If you disagree with someone just say so, give your reasons why you disagree BUT be polite and respectful of other peoples opinions. Did...read more
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RE:RE:PWE Next ?

righand2 Is that foul language really necessary. If you disagree with someone just say so, give your reasons why you disagree BUT be polite and respectful of other peoples opinions. Did this person...read more
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RE:RE:Canada, fortunate land of ingratitude

steadyprofictss wrote: Stagnation recipe : "“  not to grieve for the things not acquired but rejoices for those possessed.” What has kept Canada what it is today has been the constant, citizens...read more
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RE:RE:PWE Next ?

I can smell your stink right through the internet. You are one foul pile of trash. lol  rate and reply
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RE:PWE Next ?

Doubtful. So fck off.  rate and reply
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PWE Next ?

Looking at the two acquisitions CPG made this year, and the last southern carbonate play where PWE has a major position that is just sitting there with not much bring done got me thinking about the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:A lot of stupid posts today

Johnny41 wrote: But on the other hand.... when they issue new shares to buy another company that has production and the production contributes to earnings and cash flow per share then they really are...read more
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RE:RE:A lot of stupid posts today

FootballFan1 wrote: Just want to clarify that I did not say that each additional new share outstanding should not receive the full $0.23 per month dividend....all common shares should be treated...read more
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RE:RE:A lot of stupid posts today

But on the other hand.... when they issue new shares to buy another company that has production and the production contributes to earnings and cash flow per share then they really are not causing...read more
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RE:RE:A lot of stupid posts today

True it does create more strain on cashflow but If for CPG to raise money by issuing shares and they decide to tell banks we need to raise some $ but we can't pay you a dividend for X number of years...read more
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RE:A lot of stupid posts today

Just want to clarify that I did not say that each additional new share outstanding should not receive the full $0.23 per month dividend....all common shares should be treated equally....it's up to CPG...read more
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RE:RE:More Shares Outstanding = More Dividends For CPG to Pay

righand2 wrote: FootballFan1 wrote: is CPG a value trap or a great buying opportunity...?.....time will tell........ It is a great buying opportunity. They are picking up assets at fire-sale prices...read more
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Energy Costs Weighing On Saudi Growth

http://seekingalpha.com/article/3301105-energy-costs-weighing-on-saudi-growth Michael Parmar, contributor    Interesting article.   The biggest concern amongst some wealthy investors in SA...read more
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RE:So far

notwrong wrote: [...]  What makes one feel uneasy is that over the years, the company grows through acquisition and diluting shares, and has not proven its ability to grow organically and internally....read more
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RE:RE:Decent Upside potential

steadyprofictss, I was going to tell you to look at any oil company's chart over the last year and you would see the same thing. But , I don't want to burst your bubble.  rate and reply
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RE:Canada, fortunate land of ingratitude

Stagnation recipe : "“  not to grieve for the things not acquired but rejoices for those possessed.” What has kept Canada what it is today has been the constant, citizens generouse criticism !  rate and reply
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Canada, fortunate land of ingratitude

4 july 2015, Robert Fulford National Post Fulford: ‘Only a few Canadians can remember when the idea of an all-inclusive medical program seemed to be far beyond our means.’ We habitually take our...read more
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RE:RE:RE:More Shares Outstanding = More Dividends For CPG to Pay

Someone's sour they didn't get out before oil crashed....  rate and reply
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So far

one way or the other, CPG has not proven to be a loser, neither has it proven to be a winner.  If one has held it for the past 6 or 7 years without trading it as most retail investors do, one more or...read more