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Northwest Healthcare Properties Real Estate Inves T.NWH.UN

Sector: Real Estate | Sub-Sector: REIT - Healthcare Facilities

Northwest Healthcare Properties Real Estate Investment Trust is an open-ended real estate investment trust. The Company invests in real properties operated as medical offices in Canada.
Price: $7.89 | Change: +$0.10 | %Change: +1.28%
Volume: 69,511 | Day High/Low: 7.89/7.76 | 52 Week High/Low: 10.34/7.60
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RE:RE:RE:Question on distro press release

That's correct. The ex-dividend date was July 29, so the last day to buy the stock in order to receive the dividend was July 28. The term "Ex-Dividend Date" means anyone buying the stock on or more
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yes! gains!!

keep them coming.  keep them comin!!!  rate and reply
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new RMM -> new One Reit (ONR.UN.TO)

Check it out-  up 18% today.  Maybe NWH should change it's name/stock symbol as well...  rate and reply
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RE:Price targets

Vital (Sydney and Aukland) are getting to be a bigger part of NWH. So too is Brazil more
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Price targets

What's the deal with these price targets? They are never accurate or based on any information. Why do financial analysts even bother?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Question on distro press release

as the July month ends on 31st, so if you bought this stock on 28th, it will settle on 31st and you will get the distribution for July.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Here come the downgrades

Tad wrote: Thanx hoollolugo35 .... I think everyone would be happy if these share price targets were cheived ?  ;-)  Research analysts at National Bank Financial decreased their price target more
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RE:Question on distro press release

The record date was at the close of business on Tuesday, Jun. 30. The ex-dividend date is 3 business days before the record date. In this case, the ex-div date is Jun. 26 (Friday, Monday, more
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RE:Question on distro press release

You bought those units but it takes 3 days for the trade to "settle" and be officially your units. Therefore, the ex-div date would have been on June 26, which means you needed to buy on June 25. It' more
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Question on distro press release

Dear friends. My better half bought an X number of NWH units on 29 of June and Y number of NWH units on 30 of June. The distribution for June was not paid to our account. Our online broker tells more
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What is this sac of bologne. Can't rally with bonds, can't rally with sector.  2 interest rate cuts mean NOTHING.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Another pay in the books

Nice to clip the yield and get some solid gains today.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Another pay in the books

Like what I'm seeing now: 10,300 bid size at $7.75.  Crucial that the $7.60 support holds for a rebound back to $8.20  rate and reply
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Not the first con by this group you should not be surprised. See previous posts for more.  rate and reply
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Without great earnings Aug 11, they need to support price, that's why it bidded up 60 cents on July 15/16.  Once market figured out there's no buying coming in they could bid it back down  rate and reply
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RE:Another pay in the books

Don't like the way the bids/asks are lining up. So sick of this.  How did all these shares get into the hands of these dumpers  rate and reply
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So what do you people think is the story with this? They were eligible to buy securities as filed under the NCIB effective July 16.  Isn't it normal practice to buy about 5-10% daily volume when more
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Another pay in the books

Let's see how the market trades ex-div.  Lots more selling pressure no doubt.  rate and reply
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RE:What is this?

Ended up 7 cents which is expected for dividend.  I am satisfied.  rate and reply
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What is this?

Can't even bounce on the div date? Lots of asks coming in. Market senses weakness.  No issuer bid to buy at any higher prices.  Wouldn't be surprised if we start another leg down.  rate and reply