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Fortress Paper Ltd T.FTP

Sector: Forest Products | Sub-Sector: Paper & Paper Products
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.FTP.DB | T.FTP.DB.A | FTPLF

Fortress Paper Ltd is a producer of specialty pulp, security papers and other security related products. It operates in two business segments: Dissolving pulp and security paper products.
Price: $2.78 | Change: $-0.02 | %Change: -0.71%
Volume: 20,308 | Day High/Low: 2.82/2.78 | 52 Week High/Low: 8.00/2.60


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"Food for Thought," Eve of "Earnings" Report, Aug. 06

3.5 Years' Anniversary of self-assured  Chad the CEO's feature article in ROB Bizz. Mag., February 2011. He "boasted" of a "$300 stock" some day. Actually. move that decimal point over (above) two...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:crippled operations

Ins1d3r-- I was watching the exchange you had with Westernone11 and wanted to see how this discussion plays out. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and technical info on the operations side. Your last...read more
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Interesting Short Position info..

on FTP. Checked with TD Waterhouse and BMO Investorline and they both came back with the same answer: As of July/16 the short position was 613,000 against a total float of 14,586,000.. thats 4.2% of...read more
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RE:Fortress Paper to release Q2 results Aug. 6

The only thing that can explain buying today is short covering . Oh how I wish I had been on that side . And so many people tried to warn me .  rate and reply
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Fortress Paper to release Q2 results Aug. 6

Fortress Paper to release Q2 results Aug. 6   Fortress Paper Ltd (C:FTP) Shares Issued 14,615,202 Last Close 7/24/2014 $2.74 Friday July 25 2014 - News Release An anonymous director reports ...read more
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Time to Move...

this loser onto the Venture Exchange.  rate and reply
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RE:This Rising Tide (TSX) Cannot Lift This Boat

Debentures have fared slighty better than FTP shares and that isn't saying much, but you have to think at this point in time that Thurso, sadly, is doomed and so is this company... just sayin' M  rate and reply
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This Rising Tide (TSX) Cannot Lift This Boat

Enough said.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Ranger56 ak.a "Braveheart Investor," is Hurtin'

20% easy  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Ranger56 ak.a "Braveheart Investor," is Hurtin'

I think  rate and reply
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RE:Ranger56 ak.a "Braveheart Investor," is Hurtin'

the only time this stock will go up is when some onewho shorted it covers haha  rate and reply
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Ranger56 ak.a "Braveheart Investor," is Hurtin'

Your heavy-duty analyses on this puppy are for naught: past 6 months, FTP down, gasp, 30%, but TSX up 10%. Differential:40%. Armageddon, total capitulation, for FTP is now here.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:crippled operations

Neither do I, but I watch this Stock closely. I'm well informed about their market \ operations . Looking forwards for better news in Q2, good production, better efficiency, cost reduction plan in...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:crippled operations

hmmm, so you are calli g me silly but you are long this stock?? or believe in it? lol, how has that worked out? This company will be in the grave by 2016 barring some major earthquakees is south...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:crippled operations

Mechanical pulp retains most of the lignin present in the wood used to make the pulp and thus contain almost as much lignin as they do cellulose and hemicellulose. It would be impractical to remove...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:crippled operations

burning 110 $ barrel oil in a pulp mill is a ridiculus idea. Also NBHK sells into the same market as bctmp mills do, the chinese get a pretty good deal on bctmp from western canada. Also brazil I...read more
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RE:RE:RE:crippled operations

Hmm Simple. CaCO3 + Heat ( 800°C ) ==> CaO + CO2 For flame temperature, and perfomance issues, fuel is preferable. CaO is the primary ingredient in the cooking process. Buying external chemicals...read more
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RE:RE:crippled operations

when your loosing as much money and destroying as much shareholder value as these guys are it really doesnt matter:)  rate and reply
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RE:RE:crippled operations

Oil in the kilns?? haha, I didnt read that close since the storey was such a train wreck by the time I got that far into research. Either way it isnt economical to do, I work in the petrochemical...read more
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RE:crippled operations

The fact the have to use oil in their dryers is just another nail in the coffin... All Drying Processes use Steam!!! Wich is generated with black liquor or biomass. The oil is mainly used in the...read more