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DirectCash Payments Inc T.DCI

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Business Equipment
Alternate Symbol(s):  DCTFF

Direct Cash Payments Inc is a payment provider. It provides automated teller machines (ATMs), debit terminals and prepaid products. It is also a reseller of prepaid telecommunication cards in in Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.
Price: $16.33 | Change: $-0.02 | %Change: -0.12%
Volume: 15,902 | Day High/Low: 16.42/16.32 | 52 Week High/Low: 20.50/12.39
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2.5 stars

RE:RE:Accounting Alert: Cash Out of Direct Cash

Hi T.O. guy, Just curious ... where do you see a 7M gain on forex?  rate and reply
3 stars

RE:RE:RE:Accounting Alert: Cash Out of Direct Cash

Did you read the Veritas report? I did. Extremely detailed and very logical, reasoned arguments. As I re-read it this morning, nothing in the report has been proven incorrect. Obviously, the report...read more
1 star

RE:RE:Accounting Alert: Cash Out of Direct Cash

Even when the exact opposite of what you have been warning about happens, a dividend raise instead of a dividend cut, you are still unable to just admit you have been wrong or at least quite...read more
3 stars

RE:Accounting Alert: Cash Out of Direct Cash

Veritas has nothing to apologize for. When one gets beyond the press release, there's little to be impressed about, smallcap. The numbers were not, in fact, great. -EBITDA actually decreased by $0.5...read more
2 stars

Accounting Alert: Cash Out of Direct Cash

Amusing now, isn't it? Priced for a dividend cut and imminent disaster, DCI posts great numbers and a dividend raise. Do you think any apology will be forthcoming?  rate and reply
3.5 stars

RE:RE:RE:Cash Store Closes , Bamkrupt in England ?

@dpunt32 -  Ahhhhh. DC Bank. The bank that was 100% owned and controlled by Jeff and Susan? The bank who's primary purpose was to service The Cash Store contract.. The bank who's primary source of...read more
2 stars

RE:RE:Cash Store Closes , Bamkrupt in England ?

what I really don't understand is the purchase of DC bank, its a related party transaction that is always worrisome, and I quite don't understand why DCI is buying it and at that price  rate and reply
2.5 stars

RE:Cash Store Closes , Bamkrupt in England ?

My opinion is that the decline of The Cash Store is already baked into DCI's price. DCI is currently not making any revenue from the Cash Store in Ontario, and with Cash Store's impending sale, likely...read more
0 stars

Cash Store Closes , Bamkrupt in England ?

I am assuming the closing of 27 Branches in U.K. .... .. will be bad for DCI cash flow. Could Ontario be next ? Conference call with Ontario Cash Store mangers Tommorow. http://www.edmontonjournal...read more
0 stars

purchase of DC Bank

Interesting development. May 16, 2014 18:35 ET Jeffrey J. Smith Files Early Warning Report CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwired - May 16, 2014) - Jeffrey J. Smith announced that, through a...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:torontoguy??

good to see the dividend will not be an issue for the next few quarters at least...i am not too crazy about them buying DC bank from insiders..not sure what DC payments really gets from this...read more
2.5 stars

RE:RE:RE:RE:torontoguy??

This is hardly a business analysis. The guilt by assoication with Cashstore is ridiculous. They process payments, they don't pass judgment and are not responsible for ethical judgement on those...read more
0 stars

Payout ratio drops to 43.5%

I have no doubt the dividend will remain even if the CashStore revenue goes to zero. The cash rental agreements have freed up cash which was used to pay back debt. Interest savings this year should...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:RE:Hedge Fund Manager says DCI is undervalued

Thanks for the find. I was wondering what the catalyst was for DCI last week. That's the joy of a thinly traded stock...small trades can lead to large movements in either direction. As I've...read more
1 star

RE:RE:Hedge Fund Manager says DCI is undervalued

Obviously, the fund manager believes this is highly unlikely.  CedarW wrote: Scariest part of that article was in the last paragraph: If you believe that we are rapidly becoming a cashless society...read more
0 stars

RE:Hedge Fund Manager says DCI is undervalued

Scariest part of that article was in the last paragraph: If you believe that we are rapidly becoming a cashless society and ATM transaction volumes will drop off precipitously, you are better off...read more
3 stars

Hedge Fund Manager says DCI is undervalued

I believe this article is responsible for the stock's rise in the past 2 days. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/investment-ideas/atm-giant-directcashs-hidden-earning-power...read more
4 stars

RE:RE:RE:torontoguy??

Again, the answer, in great detail, lies in one of my earlier posts when I was similarly challenged. Brief synopsis: No, I'm not short. Yes, I once held DCI, as well as CATM. I started posting when...read more
0 stars

RE:RE:torontoguy??

didn't say that i disaggreed, just curious why you care so much about this one particular stock are you short?  rate and reply
5 stars

RE:torontoguy??

Well folknut, thanks for adding to the conversation. To answer your question, go back and read one of my earliest posts, where I explained my rational for posting on the DCI board in great detail. If...read more