Welcome back to Stockhouse
Member Sign In

Email or Username:

Become a member today, It's free!

We will not release or resell your information to third parties without your permission.

Enter your email address:
By providing my email, I consent to receiving investment related electronic messages from Stockhouse.

Get our best content in your email.

You are already a member! Please enter your password to sign in.
Quote  |  Bullboard  |  News  |  Opinion  |  Level II  |  Charts  |  Profile  |  Financials  |  Options  |  Price History  |  Analysts  |  Earnings  |  Insiders

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: $3.05 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 160,186 | Day High/Low: 3.10/3.02 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.54/2.88
View modes: 
0 stars

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 more
0 stars

Jamie Berasco(?) on BNN made CSE his 'Top Pick"

.  rate and reply
0 stars

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
0.5 stars

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 more
0 stars

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
0 stars

Any idea when the court appeal decision will come down?

.  rate and reply
5 stars

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% more
0 stars

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% more
5 stars

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 more
0 stars

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
0 stars

RE:RE:Damage to the dividend?

That refinance was for $95M at 3.49%, even better!  rate and reply
0 stars

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 more
0 stars

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 more
0 stars

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 more
0 stars

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 more
5 stars

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. more
5 stars

RE:RE:RE:CSE tanks

From page 3 of the Q1 2015 quarterly report: Our quarterly payout ratio, which is based on AFFO, was 113%, compared with 36% in the first quarter of 2014. This elevated amount more
4 stars

Bristol Water & Ofwat update here's a quote that sums it up, and in light of this is a dividend cut for CSE very probable?  "It seems more
0 stars

RE:RE:CSE tanks

Following up on my own post: one thing that might concern me is the current payout ratio which I understand to be in excess of 100%. Thanks in advance to anyone who can provide a more accurate figure.  rate and reply
5 stars

RE:CSE tanks

What's your game? hawk35 wrote: Debt is too high, and very few projects in the pipeline.  No momentum here. And management is over paid.  Not just my opinion.  Read the analyst reports. In brief: more