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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 Corporation, along with its subsidiaries, is engaged in power generation and utilities business. The infrastructure segment consists of; Power, Utilities - water, Utilities - district heating.
Price: $4.10 | Change: +$0.07 | %Change: +1.74%
Volume: 126,848 | Day High/Low: 4.14/4.03 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.54/3.45
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Capstone Infrastructure Corporation Announces Completion of Goulais Wind Project Financing     TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Sept. 30, 2014) - Capstone Infrastructure Corporation (TSX:CSE)(TSX...read more
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RE:RE:?????

thats one way of playing it.. a lot of others on this board sensed a massive drop is share price and dumped it..  rate and reply
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The markets rarely reflect a company because of irrationality, short term greed and fools play. As an ex long RDZ shareholder, I'm long for CSE and don't bother about market variations.  rate and reply
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ANy solid stock that is going down because of the Jackson hole...  Thing.  Anticipating strong language to raise interest rates.  All A pipe dream.  I see solid stocks as a buying opportunity. I am...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Someone explain this...

I dont want to raise the dividend.  I want the company to be on solid footing first.  Read what I wrote again and pay attention to how I word that.  Interest rates will not go up until 2050.  They are...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Someone explain this...

doomz78 wrote: in order to raise dividends  in future you must grow the company and have a solid pipeline of expansion.  Then you can grow it into an Emra or a Fortis type slow rising dividend stock. ...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Someone explain this...

@doomz78: Can you be clearer about what you mean by "Bristol Water needs to get cash flow going asap"? IN CSE's Q2 report the "Results by Segment" section shows Bristol EBITDA growing from $11...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Someone explain this...

in order to raise dividends  in future you must grow the company and have a solid pipeline of expansion.  Then you can grow it into an Emra or a Fortis type slow rising dividend stock.  Steady.  I am...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Someone explain this...

Well said. No dividend increase coming. Same analyst on BNN (not benj) -has consistently said payout ratio will exceed 100% post cardinal recontracting / before new water rate kicks in for 2 years or...read more
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RE:RE:Someone explain this...

I agree in the fact that CSE is a small company. It seems to be many different views in the company capabilities to grow and make good aquasitions. But ReD wasn't that bad, was it? As long as we know...read more
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RE:Someone explain this...

The revenue and EBITDA growth is NOT on a per-share basis. They've issued equity to fund acquisitions and through the DRIP. Here's what you get with CSE: an easy to understand business with a safe...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Someone explain this...

I don't foresee a dividend increase for at least two years, until the currently planned wind farms are operational. As to how much money thay have, I quote from the Q2 2014 financial sattements: ...read more
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RE:RE:Someone explain this...

Do you really think so? Has the company a lot of cash for this? What I understand they also make big effort in finding more buying opportunities in what they think is right segment. Like ex water and...read more
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RE:Someone explain this...

Yes, the uncertainty of Cardinal forced them to cut the dividend in order to preserve cash. Now that Cardinal has been answered I would expect an increase in the divy in the near future.  rate and reply
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Someone explain this...

Someone that has own this company for long or knowing the company good? Please explain this. I'm looking at the financials for 2013. In the begining I can read... "Historical revenue 18.6% CAGR...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Valuation and growth

Capstone don't seems valuated so high compared to many peers, normally or a little lower depending what to comparing with. The big questian is how the lower EBITDA from Cardinal will affect SP. This...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Valuation and growth

it was benji.. and he as somewhat changed his tune sinse he said this.. Benj Gallander Didn’t have a deal to extend their deal with Ontario Power Authority. They’ve signed a deal, but it is not the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Valuation and growth

I think $8.00 is too hopeful. I own CSE for the dividend, anticipated stability of cash flow, diversity of utilities, geographic distribution, amount of regulated activity, and size (small enough for...read more
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RE:RE:Valuation and growth

Yes, that's right. Curious about the fundamentals of that target and the outlook for next year. What is the driver for a little growth next year etc.  rate and reply
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RE:Valuation and growth

Do you have a name or link to the $8 target? Benj Gallander, maybe?  rate and reply

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