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Capstone Infrastructure Corporation T.CSE

Sector: Utilities | Sub-Sector: Utilities - Independent Power Producers
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.CSE.DB.A| T.CSE.PR.A

Capstone Infrastructure Corp along with its subsidiaries owns, operates and develops thermal and renewable power generation facilities in Canada with approximate net installed capacity of 450MW.
Price: $3.24 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 82,099 | Day High/Low: 3.29/3.20 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.52/2.82
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From RBC

Capstone Infrastructure Corp. (CSE) - $3.04 – Slight Q2 miss, but the focus remains on Bristol Water   RBC CM: Outperform (PT $4)...read more
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This one looks fine

86% payout ratio in 2015, should go down in 2016 as new assets come online. I really don't see why people here are tripping balls.  rate and reply
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RE:Strategic review time for this dog?

To call it a bad quarter, shouldn't you be seeing something off from the expected results? Something that doesn't fit in with management's guidance of lower profits during a specified period? None of...read more
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Strategic review time for this dog?

Another poor quarter for management. Timber!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Turkey Neck Cut!

Thanks but I did my DD and mistakenly from the last prospectus the date is actually June 30th and thus paid on July 31st. Still a turkey although I suppose those that put a lot of weight on technical...read more
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Jamie Berasco(?) on BNN made CSE his 'Top Pick"

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RE:Turkey Neck Cut!

Gloom&Doom(tm) And if you did your DD instead of whinning, you should know that the div will be paid on July 31...  rate and reply
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Turkey Neck Cut!

This turkey is ready for the oven except with meager trimmings. The opening looks brutal and a major bottom technical is being broken...of course no news! It is one thing to have little in the making...read more
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RE:Any idea when the court appeal decision will come down?

Had a response from IR. They don't expect a ruling until the end of 2016!  rate and reply
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Any idea when the court appeal decision will come down?

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RE:Why would you invest in this?

For folks like me approaching retirement an 8% dividend yield (or possibly higher without a cut) that is safe is pretty valuable. And I am not at all convinced that CU or EMA will see 10% capital...read more
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Why would you invest in this?

It's dead money. The dividend is okay-ish, but could use a 25% trim. That leaves a rough 8% dividend that is IMO quite safe. Why would you invest in a junior utility company that will earn you 8% per...read more
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RE:CSE Turkey

I don't think it is going to fly. It is a yield play near its lowest point in recent years. CSE lost income on the Cardinal recontracting and  did not get what they wanted at Bristol Water. But with...read more
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CSE Turkey

If this turkey does not fly soon, I will kill it and have it for dinner. Need some detailed good news soon to save the axe! Happy$$$Hunting!!!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Damage to the dividend?

That refinance was for $95M at 3.49%, even better!  rate and reply
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RE:Damage to the dividend?

On the opening page of my BMO Investorline site, the CSE response included a comment that the "dividend would not be effected". They also refinanced the 20MEG Ontario wind farm at an attractive 3.69%...read more
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Damage to the dividend?

From the CMA: "We provisionally rejected several projects proposed by Bristol Water which would have increased its expenditure - and ultimately bills - because we did not consider they were fully...read more
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Bristol Water claws back just £20m through the CMA

From Utility Week of 2015.07.10 Bristol Water has only gained an additional £20 million in wholesale expenditure under the provisional final determination set out by the Competition and Markets...read more
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RE:Bristol Water & Ofwat update

Very interesting site/read. The bottom line appears to be that Bristol is very marketable and, if CSE does not like Ofwat outcome, they could sell Bristol and concentrate on N.A. energy projects...read more
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RE:Bristol Water & Ofwat update

Obviously the market believes that a dividend cut is in the offing. A related question was asked at the 17 June 2015 meeting. From the transcript: MALE SPEAKER: Yes. Capstone...read more