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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: $0.495 | Change: +$0.02 | %Change: +4.21%
Volume: 600 | Day High/Low: 0.495/0.495 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.87/0.435
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RE:Q1 Financials

Yeah, exactly. FCF before debt repayments was $2m as I noted before. I think it's the headline EBITDA number that was disappointing. All that being said based on managements view that they will be in...read more
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Q1 Financials

Those who are saying Q1 was terrible and the sky is falling based on the Q1 loss - read the cash flow statement and you will get a different perspective. Cash increased by 1.1M due to: a) 4.7M in...read more
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RE:RE:RE:turnaround

FCSoccer002015 wrote: I have a question for you. Why do you keep writing about this company? You never write anything positive ,it is obvious you do not own it. Or you lost so much on this one that...read more
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RE:RE:turnaround

I have a question for you. Why do you keep writing about this company? You never write anything positive ,it is obvious you do not own it. Or you lost so much on this one that you seek revenge.  rate and reply
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RE:covenants

But that's for the bankers to decide and clearly they agreed to the current covenants. That may change when the agreement is renewed.  rate and reply
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covenants

the covenants always refer to adjusted EBITDA. when a Company has nine cosecutive quarters of restructering charges with more to come one begins to wonder if adding back all those restructering...read more
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RE:turnaround

"As the Company continues its capital structure review, we feel that it is important to focus on alternatives that will position the Company for long-term growth and , sbhort term pain for sh if the...read more
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RE:method

I'm not sure if you are purposefully misleading people or just haven't read the financial statements. On revenues, last year Q1 was their third strongest quarter and revenues year over year were down...read more
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RE:method

I can not believe they were paying dividend on this, for me Brockville was a big one them moving out, the rights I would most likely not purchase it would of been a total waste, the real pls could not...read more
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method

I agree when kst and the ceo pull out I am also worried about what is going on what are we not being told is it sicker than it looks from the outside  my real concern is the poor first qtr that is...read more
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RE:turnaround

Well lets look at the good things about this company, its notIron ore, crude oil, bank, retail clothing, insurance, toy, transportation other than afew airlines, how about coal, I don,t think tnhe...read more
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turnaround

what is the turnaround is it really viable the business forms industry is dying quickly they are not a major commercial provider like tcp or rdd they have no money to reinvest and recreate themselves...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:debs

I really hope it works out and that my sale of the common is a really bad one. The canceling of the rights offering was disappointing to me, mainly because the CEO and KST were no longer putting new...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:debs

well if it goes low enough I may buy more but what we know now, where is the turnaround, possibly 24 36 month with a possible some sort of restructure ugh  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:debs

You are a classic llennn, you get bullish on the way up and bearish on the way down. No matter what the facts are.¬† I sold my equity over the last few days but have picked up some debentures.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:debs

And if I use a method of gaming mathematics the downside is only 100% and the upside down maybe more than 100%, wait let me think, it's over values now so if I take a  rate and reply
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RE:debs

.50 yep, but its waiting for some gamblers to place bets first  rate and reply
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debs

the deb holders are waiting for the shoe to drop and the conversion of there interest payments to common shres. watch them fall...  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Mr Sifton

Look at the Debentures fall, is market pricing for conversion or paid by chips? Please I really would like to hear your method for all this madness  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Mr Sifton

Yes you are right the upside down is greater gamble  rate and reply