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Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc T.POT

Sector: Agriculture | Sub-Sector: Agricultural Inputs

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc., is an integrated fertilizer and related industrial and feed products company. It owns and operates five potash mines in Saskatchewan and one in New Brunswick.
Price: $38.57 | Change: +$0.27 | % Change: +0.70%
Volume: 1.3m | Day High/Low: 38.78/38.30 | 52 Week High/Low: 45.13/29.67

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BHP again

Financial houses have started a rumour that BHP may make another attempt to buy Potash Corp.  There is a goos article in the Globa and Mail today. Should a bid arise the price wouls need to be $50 to...read more
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My, my...

Would you look at that!  Just a few days ago it seemed like someone got news that fertilizer would no longer be a part of agriculture the way this was being sold off.  Now it seems that someone has...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Obscene payouts for Potash Ceo

Sure he made tons of money and those who bought in early. Tell that those who bought in at 60+ a share. Hope it won’t dive like Nortel after John Roth cashed out big and retired. Hope there won’t be...read more
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RE:RE:Obscene payouts for Potash Ceo

Wouldn' let me post  rate and reply
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Obscene payouts for Potash Ceo

Home » Globe Investor COMPENSATION The payout gold mine that is Potash DAVID MILSTEAD Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Apr. 11 2014, 7:20 PM EDT ...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Here We Go Again

I completely agree with you, and regarding our day in the sun it should come by the beginning of next week with the S & P now sitting near its key support level of 1830, Dow Jones at 16,000 and the...read more
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RE:Whats Up??

BHP launched i bid on POT at $130/share that is equivalent to $43.33/share today, after split 3 for 1.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Here We Go Again

I hope we can hold the $36.50 level but the next few weeks will tell. We seem to be bouncing off $36.95 but if that breaks then we will see $36.50 easily. We will have our day in the sun soon.  rate and reply
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RE:Here We Go Again

You don't think it will be able to hold at the $36.50 level?  rate and reply
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Short term and Technical traders

Any thoughts on a 2-3 week price target of $38.80 and a 60-day price target of $41.00?  rate and reply
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Whats Up??

What would POT be worth per share if we got bought out? Several years ago we went through that process which pushed us a lot higher but if this happened again what would be offered? Some say $66.00 or...read more
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I always vote no to the pay packages

It s up to all of us to do the same  rate and reply
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RE:Bill doyle quietly getting the boot thank god

Bill doyle quietly getting the boot Too quietly, how much is he taking with him, investors money. Last time they "gave boot" GM CEO he ripped shareholders off on 25 million. I wouldn't call it a boot...read more
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Bill doyle quietly getting the boot thank god

Bill doyle quietly getting the boot Underperforming stock in the last 5 years. I should know i m a shareholder. Over promised under delivered..  rate and reply
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New CEO,new segment?

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc said on Sunday that former Inmet Mining Corp boss Jochen Tilk would become the world's biggest fertilizer company's next chief executive officer, replacing Bill...read more
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Here We Go Again

Had a nice run now we will test $35.00 range or close to that. Nice to see a deal with India even though at lower prices.  rate and reply
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RE:Will late spring help POT?

gravescot wrote: Just throwing this out for discussion - is there any reason to believe that the harsh winter and late spring will lead to an increased need for fertilizer so the farmers can play...read more