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.
Quote  |  Bullboard  |  News  |  Opinion  |  Level II  |  Charts  |  Profile  |  Financials  |  Options  |  Price History  |  Analysts  |  Earnings  |  Insiders

Le Chateau Inc T.CTU.A

Sector: Consumer Cyclical | Sub-Sector: Apparel Stores
Alternate Symbol(s):  LCUAF

Le Chateau Inc is a specialty retailer and manufacturer of contemporary fashion apparel, accessories, and footwear at value pricing for style-conscious women and men of all ages.
Price: $0.72 | Change: +$0.06 | %Change: +9.09%
Volume: 10,000 | Day High/Low: 0.75/0.68 | 52 Week High/Low: 3.60/0.65
View modes: 
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Abysmal Q3

Wow on june 19th Jane Silverstone converted her loan in shares at 1.91$. She just lost 3 millions in 6 months. No more insider buying from her or Mr Greenberg. well they could rename their stores ' more
0 stars

RE:RE:Abysmal Q3

I kept waiting for the "miracle" turnaround,quarter after quarter,despite what I observe going into their stores. SAme merchandise on overcrowded racks,poor sizing of their lines, sales staff who more
0 stars

RE:Abysmal Q3

I totally agree with you 5i5yphu5... Management seem to be under the weird delusion that consumers being cautious is the only reason the company is performing poorly. I think it's time for a more
0 stars

Abysmal Q3

Delusional management blames consumers for being "cautious with discretionary spending". lol. MONTREAL, Dec. 5, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Le Château Inc. (TSX: CTU.A), a leading Canadian brand more
0 stars

i would buy at .50 to .25

it is not worth any more than .50, RET is only worth about 3 to 3.50, there are to many of these mall type shops and they really have no value as they do not own real estate, also there is a more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Ah, c'mon Jane

Jacob are bankrupt, reitman's stock price is under 6$. Most of the equity of le Chateau is in inventory, that doesn't move. I was in last year at 4.15$ got out at 4.40$. Happy that I wasn't in a more
0 stars

RE:RE:Ah, c'mon Jane

There is little volume and that makes it easy for anyone to manipulate the price downwards. I fear we'll eventually see a take-out at a price that would be unacceptable. Jane and Barry would more
0 stars

RE:Ah, c'mon Jane

Does anyone know who's selling? I thought we were out of the woods  a few months ago  rate and reply
0 stars

Ah, c'mon Jane

Jane, you and Barry Gruman were buying every share available last year, paying up to $5 a share if memory serves me well. Assuming you both to be astute investors with all the inside more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Q3 lol

Yikes! Wonder if we will finally seem some major shake ups at the executive level after this terrible quarter (in addition to the previous terrible quarters/years). With these kind of steady declines, more
0 stars

RE:RE:Q3 lol

looks interesting again. been out of rest of shares for Qs. sure looks like insider buying has been wrong. cheers, dave.  rate and reply
0 stars

Anybody out there?

No posts since January. Even Jane and Barry seem to have stopped buying. Actually so have I. In the words of Buffalo Springfield, (if) there's something happening here, it's just not exactly clear more
0 stars

Don't forget me, Jane.

I added on yesterday's dip. Jane, when you decide what you are going to do with this outfit and your sizeable investment, don't forget my albeit modest holding. A good return would allow my wife more
0 stars

Out on a limb!

How's this for a bold prediction? It's time to accumulate. The next up movement has begun. I have my own unique way of reading the charts and that is what they are telling me. The only flaw is more
0 stars

Is that Barry back on the bid??

???? I just want the confirmation before any feeling of relief arises  rate and reply
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Is that Jane back on the bid??

Clearly there seems to be a hint of a plan to take this company private. Beyond that, I see no indication of a turnaround strategy. Jane Segal has presided over nothing but declining sales and more