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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: $17.85 | Change: +$0.16 | %Change: +0.90%
Volume: 178,901 | Day High/Low: 18.35/17.50 | 52 Week High/Low: 19.50/13.85
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this week's activity

what lit a fire under dci?  I've been trying to buy this week starting around 16.36 and got tired of chasing it.  Can't find any startling news to explain.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

Perhaps I am inferring too much.....However, we do know directly from DCI that some major contracts in Australia, like Casinos, have 'expired'....meaning they lost them to the competition. As well...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

I think are you inferring way too much here. I think the market in Australia is just really competitive thanks to outsized margins. Active ATMs were down by 73 YoY on a pre-Eze base of 5,800. That's...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

On the contrary. I have previously given Jeff major credit for expansion into Australia and the UK. If he hadn't done so when he did, DCI would be a fraction of its current self, expecially with the...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

I don't think Jeff Smith is anywhere near close to wanting to sell the company. Also, been sort of following what you say here. Yes Australia was weak but NA and UK were solid. I don't think you are...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

Jeez. Wouldn't that be like the shark being eaten by the whale.... Honestly, that scenario is something I've never considered, but it certaily is within the realm of possibility, especially if the C$...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

Thanks for the analysis. Since the market cap % is less than all of the other comparisons, could DCI be a takeover target?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

There are many similarities between the companies, however a direct (apples vs apples) comparison is somewhat difficult, as the business models are not identical. Historically, I believe DCI has...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

I am a new first time poster....wondering if torontoguy has done any analysis of Cardtronics vs. DCI re: trading metrics etc?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

Wanker? Really? That certainly improved the level of discourse on this site. I post in a lot of places. Unfortunatly, Stockhouse is the only place where there is a board for DCI. That said, care to...read more
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RE:Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

well, the market seemed to like the results and the BMO contract is for 400 machines. I expect that BMO understand the business better than you Toronto Guy ..... oh yeah and Jason Donville has it as a...read more
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Q4 Analysis from a non-Koolaid drinker....

With the new acquisitions, it is difficult to perform 'apples to apples' comparisions. Often, the new acquisitions can easily hide the decline in existing business. . Fourth Quarter highlights...read more
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impressive free cash flow

With a 52% payout ratio, we could see another divy increase this year.  And if they can demonstrate to the street that they can provide consistent divy increases, this should be yielding more like 5-6...read more
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RE:RE:news - little bump up today

yes, I saw the results. Somewhat neutral I thought. I don't think significant improvement will be seen until the full Australia impact is known.  rate and reply
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RE:news - little bump up today

They also announced earnings...or did you not see? Americas and UK looked good. Australia looked weak. I still think mgmt is savvy and adjusts/pivots the business as needed to ensure continued solid...read more
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news - little bump up today

CALGARY, AB--(Marketwired - March 27, 2015) - DirectCash Payments Inc. ("DCPayments" or the "Company") (TSX: DCI) today announced an ATM branding deal between the Bank of Montreal ("BMO") and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:In case you're wondering.....

Hey Scob, chill. You asked a question, and I took the time to answer. Then you get all huffy? I did take the time to look at MoneyMart, as I was going off memory. They have a pre-paid Visa product...read more
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RE:RE:RE:In case you're wondering.....

"Actually, MoneyMart and EasyFinancial pay out their loans either in cash or via deposit to the customer's bank account." This is simply untrue.  Both companies have a prepaid product.  Load fees at...read more
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RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

Ohhh.....Actually you're quite wrong. The ATM business is a perfect 'Mom and Pop' business. An ATM can be purchase for just north of $2000. An owner operator, will only earn about $0.10 less than DCI...read more
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RE:RE:In case you're wondering.....

Actually, MoneyMart and EasyFinancial pay out their loans either in cash or via deposit to the customer's bank account. They don't have a similar card product. I followed CashStore's implosion very...read more