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Data Group Inc T.DGI

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Business Services
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.DGI.DB.A | DGPIF

Data Group Ltd provides document management and marketing solutions. The Company operates in the following segments: DATA East and West and Multiple Pakfold.
Price: $0.62 | Change: +$0.03 | %Change: +5.08%
Volume: 15,000 | Day High/Low: 0.62/0.60 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.87/0.435
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This is one of the things I don't understand about your strategy llennn. Below 50 cents is about 20% downside from here so why not just sell and move on. Why absorb a 20% loss? You can always more
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I'm with investor too I think tha is the correct thinking, and I was. Yuk g this below .50 so I think for me at .56 does not make much cents  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Div on Debs

It depends how you look at it. I think part of the reason they chose the rights issue option as opposed to doing a bought deal, marketed offering or substituting interest with equity is because more
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RE:RE:Div on Debs

I stand corrected it is interest not dividends. if the Co. issued stock at $.75 in lieu of the interest payment on the debs there would have been less dilution. the purpose of the rights offering more
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At least the new CEO is putting about $1m bucks in so his own capital is at risk. I'm not saying he is going to be right but at least he must think the stock will be higher within a few years.  rate and reply
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I'm with Investorline on this one. Senior management all received incentive $$$$$ while Suksi froze annual increases of employees. If sales continue to decline in 2015 does senior management more
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you are right but bonuses should be on over and above performance not what we see here sales bonus should be on growth not declines  rate and reply
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RE:bizig why am I negative

I agree these guys make too much money for what they have done but they did make money in 2014. You just have to actually look at the income statement to see that. There seems to be a perception more
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bizig why am I negative

check out the compensation for these clowns it is public knowledge in 2014 the company made no money  sales actually declined and the 2 vp of sales made almost 200' 000 in incentive bonus to more
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I think VRG is the only other holder over 2%. They are a small Toronto-based merchant bank with a lot of printing experience. Kingsley Ward, the founder, sits on the DGI board. Michael Blair, more
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So besides KST, who are the other major (>2%) shareholders? I've read of a VRG or something like that, who are they? Any others that may be individuals?  rate and reply
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RE:Div on Debs

I think you mean interest as opposed to dividends. It's certainly an option but it would be a bizarre choice to dilute yourself like that for KST and VRG so soon after a rights offering. Also, more
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Div on Debs

The next shoe to drop is the replacement of the dividends on the debentures with DGI stock. This is an option to reduce cash payments and keep banks happy. This feature is is allowed under more
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and if you end up with sht mitts for a hand, deal with it  rate and reply
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do what you want its your money  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:won't fly

I can't, I've never been there, unless it's a figure of speech which I'm unfamiliar. I totally understand if you don't want to share your strategy as I'm sure it's proprietary and sharing more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:won't fly

well you can always say you shoveled shat in Louisiana.'  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:won't fly

I'm sorry, I think your analysis is so advanced, I'm having trouble understanding it entirely. Do you mind answering my questions as I laid them out? I still don't understand your strategy and more
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RE:RE:won't fly

it what I've been saying there is zero moat, the only value here is the printing paper they have in storage and even that could be purchased at Staples or a lot less. Further one of the places more
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RE:won't fly

Standard Register still got a bid above 0.3x revenue in bankruptcy so I would argue that DGI has more option value given that its an operating business.  rate and reply