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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: $30.05 | Change: $-0.48 | %Change: -1.57%
Volume: 1.5m | Day High/Low: 30.46/29.87 | 52 Week High/Low: 48.68/21.20
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RE:RE:North Sea oil and gas workers may go on strike

darb wrote: That is the $64,000 question NorthSun......"What exactly is going on?" I do not know what is going on, it could be the result of cost cutting measures by oil and gas companies due to the...read more
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RE:RE:RE: Brian Acker and his Model Price

Exactly What kind of anaysis is "the model says" Ive owned CPG for a number of years. Scot  Saxberg and his management team are excellent.  rate and reply
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RE:RE: Brian Acker and his Model Price

I cannot see how a company that pays a $2.76 yearly dividend can be worth $5.62. I mean if you bought it 5 years ago you would have received $13.80 in dividends alone plus the stock growth so that...read more
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RE: Brian Acker and his Model Price

Acker was on BNN again with another ridiculous Model Price of $5.62 for this company. Here are some REAL numbers and FACTS: 2005 - stock was trading in the $14.00 range, 2008 up to $27.00, down to $14...read more
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RE:North Sea oil and gas workers may go on strike

That is the $64,000 question NorthSun......"What exactly is going on?"  rate and reply
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North Sea oil and gas workers may go on strike

North Sea, oil and gas workers in the UK are moving towards a vote on whether or not to strike after talks with industry representatives over working conditions faltered. “We remain available for...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RSI AT 35 NOW - BUY TIME

speaking of patterns.. you could sell everyday in the afternoon and re-buy the next moring between 10-11 on the daily dip..  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Mixed Messages

NorthSun, You took the right decision. When you do what your wife says, you are safe. It is better to be safe than sorry( By not following her advice).  rate and reply
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RE:Mixed Messages

kcc_971 wrote: Who do we believe - here is a bad news article ... so which guys are right - the guys that say demand is up and understated and production is declining in North America or guys like...read more
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OPEC latest monthly report

May OPEC report  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RSI AT 35 NOW - BUY TIME

thats the second time you are fishing for complements, so congratulations on your call... However it had nothing to do with RSI, if oil didn't go up over $60 it never would have jumped like that, and...read more
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Mixed Messages

Who do we believe - here is a bad news article ... so which guys are right - the guys that say demand is up and understated and production is declining in North America or guys like this .... http...read more
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good news bad news story

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-21/oil-s-whodunit-moment-coming-with-millions-of-barrels-to-vanish  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RSI AT 35 NOW - BUY TIME

kylerollwagen...good call very impressed. Thanks for the heads up.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RSI AT 35 NOW - BUY TIME

this from guy who said buy just yesterday in 28s and now mid 30s - oil will be over 70 by fall  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:US fracking expert slams 'desperate' Saudi oil policy

They also are using more and more oil domestically, so to make up the difference for export may explain their desire to frack.  Only the Saudis know what their reserves truly are.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:US fracking expert slams 'desperate' Saudi oil policy

And the Saudis wouldn't be investing 7 billion into fracking without a reason... Why bother if they can just pump it out of the ground? They obviously need to, and are willing to increase their...read more
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RE:RE:RE:US fracking expert slams 'desperate' Saudi oil policy

that theory came out in his book back in 2006 !!! @lol... 9 years ago... since they are still pumping lights out without full technological advances, he has already been proven wrong... @ like peak...read more
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RE:RE:RE:US fracking expert slams 'desperate' Saudi oil policy

Logic suggests being sceptical about the notion that the Saudi's are close to running out of oil.  If that was the case you'd think they would know it (at the very least they should have better...read more
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RE:RE:RE:US fracking expert slams 'desperate' Saudi oil policy

Hence the comments that the Saudis are pumping more and more sand and liquids into their wells because the pressure is so low, they need to force the oil to the top. If they get into fracking...read more