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Exchange Income Corporation T.EIF

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Airlines
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.EIF.DB.A | T.EIF.DB.B | T.EIF.DB.C | T.EIF.DB.D | T.EIF.DB.E | T.EIF.DB.F | T.EIF.DB.G

Exchange Income Corp is a diversified, acquisition-oriented corporation engaged in acquisition of opportunities in the industrial products and aviation sectors, in businesses suited for public markets and invests in profitable, well-established companies.
Price: $18.67 | Change: +$0.08 | %Change: +0.43%
Volume: 97,264 | Day High/Low: 18.99/18.48 | 52 Week High/Low: 25.64/14.30


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Can anyone say why these firms predicted a stock of $30.00? Or any stock price increase for that matter. That's a very optimistic outlook, I would hope it was based on something.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Time to move forward after a solid report.

just gotta time it right and put a chunk of cash on it hard to pull the triigger on a falling knife also gotta ignore the "chatter" :)  rate and reply
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low 20's this year maybe 30's in a year or 2, if everything works out I agree, we ain't hitting 30 anytime soon  rate and reply
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Hello Broker71, Good reports from those sources. I tried finding them and came up empty. Can you provide some more detail on those recommendations?  rate and reply
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RE:Upgrades

These are much better than downgrades. If you own the stock you should be happy I would think with upgrades and "Top Pick", "Outperform" ratings. e would all be happy if the stock went to those lofty...read more
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hahahaha....sounds like thse firms are lining up to first in line to do the next equity isuue raise.  rate and reply
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Anyone calling for a $30 price target is a friggin moron. EIF said that Westower will have a tougher Q3, although hopefully margins will stabilize. EIF is not out of the woods yet, so calling for a...read more
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Upgrades

Canaccord Genuity Boost Price Target Exchange Income Co. (EIF)   C$23.00 Laurentian Boost Price Target Exchange Income Co. (EIF) Top Pick C$30.00 -> C$31.00 LB Securities Boost...read more
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RE:RE:Guldwing

Guldwing wrote: All I am looking for is a simple calculation. It shouldn't involve more than three numbers. Do you not know the calculation? You make investing decisions on a calculation you don't...read more
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Exchange Income CEO fires back at critics over WesTower unit

The latest Globe Investor article is here... http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/investment-ideas/exchange-income-ceo-fires-back-at-critics-over-westower-unit/article20053264/  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Time to move forward after a solid report.

We all do :) These oportunities come by more often than one would think though.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Time to move forward after a solid report.

I wish I would have bought too :(  rate and reply
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RE:Guldwing

All I am looking for is a simple calculation. It shouldn't involve more than three numbers. Do you not know the calculation? You make investing decisions on a calculation you don't know?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:I'm a buyer

Thank you, but I'm not dumb to not see it, but I also care about the 6 month figure. We will see if they are able to keep the 81% over time. You can keep your pedantic view.  rate and reply
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I've seen this net income debate for years on stockhouse. Some Investors don't understand you don't use net income in the payout ratio. The word NET is a real giveaway. We all have Net Income but it's...read more
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Guldwing

This poster is not interested in what the real definition of anything is, he is here to bash the company. Just another piece of Stockhouse scum.  rate and reply
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I should have answered your previous question. A valid calculation usually is Dividend / (FCF-Capex) This is by far the most commonly used calculation.  rate and reply
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You need to stop getting hung up on this net income. Your net income already includes the dividend payments. Net income is what's left after everything has been accounted for. You can't turnaround and...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:I'm a buyer

That is NOT a calculation of payout ratio. This is not a difficult or complex question.  rate and reply
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http://www.investopedia.com/articles/analyst/03/122203.asp  rate and reply