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DirectCash Payments Inc T.DCI

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

DirectCash Payments Inc provides switch and transaction processing services on automated banking machines (ATMs) and for debit and credit cards and related services. The Company operates in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Mexico.
Price: $13.49 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.07%
Volume: 13,594 | Day High/Low: 13.61/13.46 | 52 Week High/Low: 19.50/10.86
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DCI - Top 10 Steadyhand Small Cap Fund Holding

FYI - Steadyhand is a pretty decent Low Fee Mutual Fund Company.  Founder was with PH&N.  Rational level headed guys.  I'm always interested in their holdings.  DCI now more
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short covering?

Alot of short here;  rate and reply
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Not so fast.....legitimate lawsuits looming...

Informed investors should know the history of the demise of the Pre-paid card revenue for DCI. Once at well over $10 Million a quarter in Gross Profit, now down to virtually zero. Their more
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Small Float for DirectCash

With a less than 60% payout ratio, share buy back and a small float of 17,500,000...we are good to go here.    rate and reply
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BNN comment

here you go.  rate and reply
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RE:Stephen Takacsy still loves DCI

given the market we have, tacksy is pretty good. DCI, is worth a short here jerome HASS like it too, its a contrarian play with a big dividend!  rate and reply
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??  rate and reply
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Stephen Takacsy still loves DCI

Was his top pick again today.  He is expecting big things from them this coming quarter.  Not sure what to make of him though as all three of his past picks were losers.  rate and reply
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Was hoping for a close by now. DCI needs DC Bank to help it issue cards and various prepaid products in Canada, and outside North America. DCI needs to offer more services and products in the UK, more
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There is a blurb on this in MD&A that can be found in Sedar. The update was, no news, and if they don't get news by a certain date (I forget, but soon), the deal is expired and the legal more
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Copy Blackhawk, the Safeway spin-out

DCI should copy a lot of things that Blakhawk is doing in the United States. Use DC Bank to issue all sorts of pre paid cards, loyalty cards, cash cards, phone cards, gift cards. Maybe have the more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Co. has plan to grow with cashless trend

Only good use is if you are on your bike, or jogging, or lounging at the pool area, and you don't want bring your wallet with you. May work as a niche type product, otherwise yeah...everything more
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Anyone speak to DCI about the DC Bank deal and when it may close? Has any news come out on this, that anyone has heard?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Co. has plan to grow with cashless trend

DC tag will be a flop. People use there $200 phones that have apple pay and Google's Android Pay to pay for transactions. purchasing a wrist band to do this just seems absolutely ridicoulous and more
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RE:RE:Co. has plan to grow with cashless trend

I share you skepticism.  Not sure why it is limited to a prepaid credit card.   Why not allow you to link it to your existing credit card, similar to the Esso Speedpass?  How big is more
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RE:RE:Co. has plan to grow with cashless trend

as a shareholder of DCI, I am trying my best to figure out how this wristband thing will be successful but I just don't see how it will work  rate and reply
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RE:Co. has plan to grow with cashless trend

I could be wrong, but my guess is this will flop to such an extent that DCI likely won't recover their initial marketing costs...... . In an age when Millenials balk at paying $0.99 for a more
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Co. has plan to grow with cashless trend

DirectCash Payments Inc. Announces Launch of DC TAG™     CALGARY, AB--(Marketwired - August 13, 2015) - DirectCash Payments Inc. ("DCPayments" or the " more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:interesting.....the post by "exemployee" is gone

If I were you, I'd be extremely careful about making claims against any company.  Your previous post was probably not removed by accident.  Your opinion of the CEO is one more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:interesting.....the post by "exemployee" is gone

Ex:  FYI, I wasn't doubting anything you said.  And thanks for the spelling lesson :)  rate and reply