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IBI Group Inc T.IBG

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Engineering & Construction
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.IBG.DB | T.IBG.DB.A | T.IBG.DB.B | IBIBF | T.IBG.DB.C

IBI Group Inc is an engineering services provider. The Company plans, designs, implements, as well as offers other consulting services and software development for its Intelligence, Buildings and Infrastructure business streams.
Price: $2.40 | Change: $-0.03 | %Change: -1.23%
Volume: 1,000 | Day High/Low: 2.41/2.40 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.95/0.65
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IBG looking good.......

As many of you longer term posters here know I've been in and out of IBG several times over the last couple of years. My black box system works very well in calling turns in this stock for whatever...read more
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RE:RE:Ridiculous Crowing of a Straw Scarecrow

If the dollar stays where it is and business stays where it is (it doesn't even have to improve) IBI could be generating upwards of a $1/share cash flow next year.  Nothing else needs to be written...read more
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RE:Ridiculous Crowing of a Straw Scarecrow

Nice "Reality Check" posting realitycheck555. However I was a little disappointed you didn't end it with a "Hero/Zero" rhyme . lol . Take care RC555  rate and reply
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Ridiculous Crowing of a Straw Scarecrow

You're so full of it. When you dumped  IBI prematurely at $2.28 you crowed about buying Hero at $3.30. Now $1.90  That's the way Caillen trades!   As for IBI it has been one of the most stable...read more
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RE:interesting correction

You are my hero.  rate and reply
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interesting correction

Correction has only started if you look at the charts and charts and book value are the only way to trade. Holding and wishing is pure stupidity. Should keep going until $1.90 and then either hold or...read more
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RE:RE: Shares

Thanks for the heads up on LTS Patenright, I will take a look at it. Sounds like the sort of stock that has been punished due to the recent fear in the Stock Market. . Also take a look at Orca...read more
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RE:RE: Shares

make that a 13% div yield crazy times here especially for these oil stocks  rate and reply
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RE: Shares

agree calgary added today at 2.2 i know have not posted in a while but been following you guys here though, great posts especiually calgary - keep up the good work   good sale of quebec unit  a few...read more
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Shares

Wow, a volume of 100 shares ($240 bucks) brought down the market cap of this company by about $2,000,000. That must be some kind of market record. After they announce 3rd Quarter results in about a...read more
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Credit facility issues dealt with

New LOC at 94 Mil http://www.conferencecalltranscripts.org/summaryc/?id=1189294  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

I agree with all that, 100%.   I guess I'm over the mental barrier that the rest of the market still has, which demands conservatism.  rate and reply
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bank debt

I contacted the company regarding the renogitations of the senior lending facility.  It was confirmed that it was an ongoing process, with the term sheet still awaiting approval by the banks' credit...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

Calgaryrider wrote: Buy back shares and when at a much higher share price (say double), swap that debt (convertable debs) for shares.  Poof, you're now deleveraged too. Debt is only a bad thing IF...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

Buy back shares and when at a much higher share price (say double), swap that debt (convertable debs) for shares.  Poof, you're now deleveraged too. Just to be clear, I haven't done the math on this...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

Calgaryrider wrote: I but why buy back debt at 50 to 80 cents on the dollar, when you can buy shares, which in this case is swappable for debt 1 for 1 - at potentially a lower rate?   Because buying...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

Idont disagree with you.   They have $20m in cash and the stockpile will grow.   Keeping it is the worst thing to do. but why buy back debt at 50 to 80 cents on the dollar, when you can buy shares...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

Calgaryrider wrote: Make no mistake about it, this is a great deal.  Not inky does it add a tonne of cash to deleverage with instantly, but as HRC pointed out it also enables IBI to make more profit...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

Make no mistake about it, this is a great deal.  Not inky does it add a tonne of cash to deleverage with instantly, but as HRC pointed out it also enables IBI to make more profit and deleverage or buy...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Adding here

HRc60to65 wrote: IBI Group board is telling, he doesn't like Quebec offices and operations and told us those offices are not performing very well. May be the origin of the radiation, of WIP and of...read more

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