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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: $16.26 | Change: $-0.38 | %Change: -2.28%
Volume: 48,180 | Day High/Low: 16.81/16.20 | 52 Week High/Low: 19.50/12.39
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Takacsy really likes it

DirectCash Payments Inc. (DCI /TS X) The position Largest holding Why do you like it? A former income trust yielding 7.5%, Takacsy considers DirectCash the safest high-dividend-yielding stock out...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

No kidding and incude in there the black market or "under the table" transactions to avoid the tax man.  Nothing like cash to say invisible from Revenue Canada or the IRS  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

Exactly Pagoda, and don't forget all the business transactions that take place every year that are illicit. I don't think drug dealers are walking around with debit machines strapped to their belts...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

I am not saying it is growing but there is market out there for cash transactions.  Capturing that market can be very lucrative.  I have plenty of direct cash ATMs around where I live and I...read more
5 stars

More Information Needed

Do we have more information on Direct Cash as a company? I believe cash is being used less everyday by consumers, but that's an item that is out of Direct Cash's control. Cash usage might not be a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

Like any investment there are risks. Relying on cash in the future seems like a risky proposition. Who would have thought the cab industry would be penetrable? Now look at services like UberX.  rate and reply
3 stars

RE:RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

Is this a declining business?  I have been all over the world and there is always a desire for cash especially at bars and sports stadiums.  There is plenty of business left in the cash dispensing...read more
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RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

Also, the location of the ATMs is critical and DC has very prime locales.  rate and reply
1 star

RE:RE:Please Explain the Attraction

scobsession wrote: LT investment?  Not so sure.  But there was a trade at about $15.  Bottom line ... this is a declining business.  Until the company can find a way to get away from simply being an...read more
1 star

RE:Please Explain the Attraction

Low barriers to entry? DCI has monopolistic properties to its business. Did you investigate its market share in the countries in which it operates? Do you really think a small newcomer to the market...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Accounting Alert: Cash Out of Direct Cash

smcapinvestor wrote: I absolutely think this stock with reach $20 again, it trades at only 3.8x cashflow and it should trade at 5-6x at minimum. Not a bad prediction by me. Shorts came off again 7...read more
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RE:Please Explain the Attraction

LT investment?  Not so sure.  But there was a trade at about $15.  Bottom line ... this is a declining business.  Until the company can find a way to get away from simply being an ATM processor this...read more
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Please Explain the Attraction

I'm new to DCI; a friend has invested and I'm trying to understand why I or anyone would put their cash into DCI long term. Huge Debt Low Quarterly Earnings Extremely High P/E ratio High Dividend...read more
5 stars

Top picks

2014-12-10 BUY Alex Ruus Had a bit of a pullback last year. Did a lot of business with the Cash Store, which had gotten into a fair bit of trouble. Also, there were a...read more
1 star

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

Nothing incorrect? So the price of the stock today is $10.50 and the dividend has decreased? Veritas was absolutely wrong about the importance of the cashstore to DCI; their predictions of the amount...read more
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Short positions decreasing and new acqusition

For most of 2014 up until mid-August the short interest was 1.37 million shares. Between the last earnings release and October 1st, the short interest has dropped to 1.08 million shares, a reduction...read more
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
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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
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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
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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