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Pulse Seismic Inc T.PSD

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas Equipment & Services
Alternate Symbol(s):  PLSDF

Pulse Seismic, Inc., is a provider of seismic data to the energy sector in Western Canada. The Company owns the second-largest licensable library of two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) seismic survey data in Western Canada.
Price: $2.88 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.35%
Volume: 22,202 | Day High/Low: 2.90/2.87 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.96/2.75
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Ta Da!

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RE:Holy cow daily volume

Perhaps some of the controling houses are rearranging their positions with Pulse, and we may benefit.   Gregory  rate and reply
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Holy cow daily volume

1.2M shares traded by 10:30am. I don't see it on free Level II, but it must be a block trade or a few block trades. It will be interesting to check TMX insider trades at the end of the day.  Pulse...read more
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RE:$10.3 million contract

Hi  lscfa   This is great news. Thanks  A new  deal, and a good dividend.    Gregory  rate and reply
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RE:$10.3 million contract

Very nice. Pulse's total debt was $11.5 million at the end of July. This deal brings them close to being debt-free. Every incremental dollar earned after that can go to buy back shares.  rate and reply
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$10.3 million contract

Pulse Seismic Signs a $10.3 Million 3D Seismic Data License TSX Symbol - PSD OTCQX - PLSDF CALGARY, Sept. 30, 2014 /CNW/ - Pulse Seismic Inc. ("Pulse" or "the Company") announces it has...read more
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RE:Pulse Seismic article in Globe and Mail

The way Jason Donville put it recently was the patch may be in a lull now but eventually they will be on an upswing and Pulse will once again sell a lot of licenses. You can't wait for the upswing to...read more
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RE:Pulse Seismic article in Globe and Mail

Hi  EliGold  Thanks for the  Globe and Mail link.  This is an interesting read. I enjoyed this part investors like Pulse’s historical operating cash margins of 75 to 85 per cent and that it pays a...read more
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RE:Pulse Seismic article in Globe and Mail

Read it... they are going to buy something... that's what Neal Coleman alluded to in the article. VS  rate and reply
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Pulse Seismic article in Globe and Mail

Those who know the company well won't learn anything new, but here it is anyway... ‘Cash machine’ energy play has room to grow  rate and reply
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OK... let's recap...

They made enough cash to pay down their debt in July but they didn't buy back any shares. They have a favorable arrangement on their revolver and their payments are minimal. They don't increase the...read more
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? sale ?

Hi  it is possible that some institutional holders may be shopping PSD around. We would have to find majority holders , who , how much PSD is held, and where do majority holders want PSD to be 1 year...read more
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RE:Sweet PSD (sung to sweet Caroline)

ValueSpotter wrote: Actually.... I'm buying... but not until I figure out why they chose to pay down their debt in July rather than buy back shares. If they keep paying down debt they will have none...read more
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Where Is The Future?

Can we hold $3.00 or will we drop further. Management must have something up their sleeves I would think and a divi as you say would do wonders IMHO or buy back shares. Bottom line is we are on SALE...read more
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RE:Sweet PSD (sung to sweet Caroline)

Hi  ValueSpotter -   yes less dept is good. This can increase the + ve perception that PSD  is control of its situation and may help position PSD as a desirable company as an acquisition.. ' Where do...read more
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Sweet PSD (sung to sweet Caroline)

Sweet PSD... Oh oh oh... Why's your share price so damn low... Sweet PSD... Oh oh oh... Pretty soon you'll find me gone... Actually.... I'm buying... but not until I figure out why they chose to pay...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Once upon a time...

Valuespotter, I cannot argue or disagree with you with your current thoughts and comments Gregory  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Once upon a time...

VS: Hey VS... interesting post... VS: Thanks VS... VS: Do you think anyone cares about PSD? VS: Sure... they just are afraid to post. VS: Why? VS: Well... for one.. read what you just wrote... they...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Once upon a time...

Gregory. .. do you see why this will work. Special dividends do not always result in appreciation of the share price. They can buy back cheap shares, pay down debt and reward shareholders with a...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Once upon a time...

ValueSpotter - thank you for thoughts that are consistent and viable for Pulse and us, the shareholder  gregory  rate and reply