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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: $14.50 | Change: +$1.24 | % Change: +9.35%
Volume: 85,153 | Day High/Low: 14.50/13.42 | 52 Week High/Low: 27.80/12.39

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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
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didn't say that i disaggreed, just curious why you care so much about this one particular stock are you short?  rate and reply
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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
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Torontoguy1972, I find it interesting that over the last two years this is the only stock you have posted anything on and always negative. Now why would that be?  hmmm what's the real story here?  rate and reply
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Cash Store Financial and DCI's Q2 2014

If you’re at all like me, you’ve undoubtedly been watching the Cash Store Financial drama unfold over the past few weeks. CSF is closely linked to DCI, as it accounts for approximately 80% of DCI’s...read more
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RE:Heads Up!

A note from BMO yesterday suggested this was slightly positive to DCI vs the Cash Store closing the doors.  They'll be operating while under bankruptcy protection:   Cash Store to Seek Creditor...read more
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Thank you for your informative postings as I also have watched and owned this stock for many years. Should the sell in May and go away trend continue to bleed this stock, bottom fishing may be in for...read more
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Heads Up!

Cash Store Financial is seeking Creditor Protection this morning. CSF was responsible for approximately 10% of DCI's Gross Profit in 2013 ($12.2 Million). If this disappears completely, DCI might...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:DCI issues share buyback bid

Good feedback and historic  analysis, thanks. On the insider trading issue, two new principle shareholders hit the 10% ownership thresold, see Sedar, respectively in Jan and Feb '14 : Franklin 11.2...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:DCI issues share buyback bid

Smallcap.....Hey, don't shoot the messenger. I'm just trying to inject some reality and counter arguments into the conversation. You should be thankful that someone who has been, and still might be...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:DCI issues share buyback bid

Your comments are sprinkled with speculation and conjecture as per usual. What speaks louder is the actions of insiders. The CEO added another 10,000 shares on April 3. Why would CEO Jeff Smith spend...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:DCI issues share buyback bid

Smcap....Don't be overconfident with the announcement of a buyback. Many companies do this annually to keep their options open. For example, in 2008, DCI dropped to the $6 level, and they had none of...read more
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RE:RE:RE:DCI issues share buyback bid

I don't think DCI would launch a stock buyback if it though it was going to have trouble sustaining a dividend. Either management is delusional or the market is overly pessimistic. Also, the dividend...read more
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RE:RE:DCI issues share buyback bid

TG1972, looks like the market is starting to question the sustainability of the current dividend.  Based on today's close, the yield is 9.74%.  Another fresh low weekly close (14.17).  Last weekly...read more
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RE:DCI issues share buyback bid

Yeah.... I would suggest that their main lender, BMO, as well as others, may raise eyebrows if DCI defers paying down its massive debt in favour of a share buyback. Further, based on comments in MD&A...read more
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DCI issues share buyback bid

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/news-sources/?mid=ccnm.20140327.201403270936052001 They plan to reduce the float 5% I wondered if they may try to reduce the float at such low prices...read more
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RE:Insider buying

Interesting the timing of their purchase being immediately after the YE financials.  I guess they cannot buy b4 the numbers are out as it would be offside.  All I know is that there is only one reason...read more
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Insider buying

If you check canadian insider, CEO Jeff Smith bought 12,500 shares and board member Roger Hurturbise bought 5000.  rate and reply
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Cheers to this board

intelligent factual debate .... very rare on stockhouse  rate and reply
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What is next for DCI

I had an opportunity to listen to the confrence call and read tha AIF etc... I am still a little perplexed by the sell off, just a little, not totally.   My pause lies with Australia, during the...read more