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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: $27.99 | Change: $-0.20 | %Change: -0.71%
Volume: 525,086 | Day High/Low: 28.29/27.95 | 52 Week High/Low: 48.68/21.20
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Big Price Drop Coming

This was a bought deal...you know, more dilution to shareholders (at a lower price than th eday before...lol)  while ibanks make their fees, they're making more on CPG than any other investors.  They...read more
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Barclays

An analyst rating or target price change has occurred for stocks in your portfolio. Stock Security Description Source Rating Date Previous Rating...read more
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Leg Up

Reading the posts for the last two days, IMO, it looks like Crescent Point got a LEG up on all their competitors by making this acquisition.  rate and reply
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The big concern is not company specific

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-27/oil-bulls-beware-soaring-tanker-rates-show-supply-glut-persists-ia7cvht4  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Two Concerns With CPG

orlandofl wrote: bandit69 wrote: FootballFan1 wrote: 1) Their tendency to dilute their shares with acquisitions of other companies combined with the need to spend CapX to drill all these new assets...read more
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RE:RE:Two Concerns With CPG

bandit69 wrote: FootballFan1 wrote: 1) Their tendency to dilute their shares with acquisitions of other companies combined with the need to spend CapX to drill all these new assets while paying a...read more
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RE:RE:Two Concerns With CPG

bandit69 wrote: FootballFan1 wrote: 1) Their tendency to dilute their shares with acquisitions of other companies combined with the need to spend CapX to drill all these new assets while paying a...read more
3.5 stars

Look at all of the numbers

The book for LEG with it's debt is $8.97 a share.  The deal costs $7.65 a share all in.  If LEG had no debt, with it's production and reserves it would be trading well above it's present level...read more
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Article

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/industry-news/energy-and-resources/investors-pan-crescent-points-move-for-legacy-oil/article24647977/  rate and reply
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Crescent Point deal for Legacy Oil has many positives

May 27 2015, 18:57 ET | About: Crescent Point Energy Corp (CPG) | By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Analysts appear to appreciate Crescent Point Energy's (NYSE:CPG) C$1.53B takeover...read more
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Risk and Reward

Those who want lesser risk and may be lesser reward, should be investing in SU ,CNQ etc. Any desire for a reward comes fraught with the danger of a risk. Decide your tolerance level and go for it. SGY...read more
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RE:RE:Two Concerns With CPG

If they were just simply issuing more shares to raise money, and not purchasing assets like LEG, then it would be share dilution. But that in fact is not at all what this is. In fact, this should bump...read more
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RE:RE:Two Concerns With CPG

Reply to Bandit69.... They are not really diluting their shares... In reality what they are doing is issuing more shares to purchase LEG - and the critical point here is they are adding 20,000 barrels...read more
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RE:Two Concerns With CPG

FootballFan1 wrote: 1) Their tendency to dilute their shares with acquisitions of other companies combined with the need to spend CapX to drill all these new assets while paying a generous dividend on...read more
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RE:Favorable CPG Seeking Alpha Article

Thanks. Very timely.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Time will telll

At the end of their last shareholder meeting, somebody was concerned about the dividend to which the reply was that the dividend was safe for 5 years at $50 oil and that CPG is quite comfortable at...read more
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RE:Two Concerns With CPG

if you think oil stays at this depressed level you are a fool OIL WILL BE NORTH OF 100 BY YEAR END9  rate and reply
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Bonner on BNN

Well Bonner has nothing bad to say about this CPG and LEG deal.  In fact he said CPG will get very good assets from LEG. Will be very accretive to CPG. Too bad for LEg they were so heavily in debt and...read more
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RE:Time will telll

It won't go down. Have never cut, even in 2008-09. They continuously hedge forward have positions hedged out until 2018.... What most people think is its not safe because payout is slightly over 100%...read more
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Time will telll

Hope Xterr is right. Hope dividend doesn't go down. I bought CPG a few months ago. GLTA  rate and reply