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Twin Butte Energy Ltd T.TBE

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  TBTEF

Twin Butte Energy Ltd is engaged in the acquisition, exploration, development, and production of petroleum and natural gas properties in Western Canada.
Price: $0.73 | Change: +$0.03 | %Change: +4.29%
Volume: 1.7m | Day High/Low: 0.74/0.68 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.50/0.65
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RE:RE:Templeton owning ~20% and a takeover?

I wouldn't say its meaningless nonsense, with oil down, when it stabilizes companies are going to say how can they benefit, and there will be some significant M&A activity. The fact Templeton has more
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RE:Templeton owning ~20% and a takeover?

Most equity market regulators have a stipulation that once a voting shareholder exceeds a certain percentage of ownership they are required to make an offer to the remaining shareholders, but I' more
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Templeton owning ~20% and a takeover?

Can anyone explain to me why templeton owning more than 20% would trigger a takeover? I'm pretty new to the investment scene, and that doesnt really make sence to me. Unless 20% makes them more
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War Is Our Only Hope But That In Itself Is Sad---Outlook $40

TD expert tells Canadian oil producers to brace for a second shock SHAWN MCCARTHY OTTAWA — The Globe and Mail Published  Friday, Jan. 23 2015, 5:58 PM EST more
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RE:RE:RE:Correct link

Franklin Templeton Investments Corp 52,185,078 15.12 9,216,775 21.45 0   05/30/2014   LRP V Luxembourg Holdings more
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RE:RE:Correct link

I follow your links but find that Franklin Bissett sold a large holding of shares approx 900k shares and purchased just over 150k for their funds. Net reduction of approx 750k shares.  rate and reply
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My regret

My big mistake for 2014 is I should have bought Suncor instead of TBE so I'll just have to wait and see what happens. but it's not a pretty picture.  rate and reply
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RE:Correct link®ion=CAN  rate and reply
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Correct link

[url=®ion=CAN]®ion=CAN[/url]  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton

[url=®ion=CAN]This morningstar site shows an increase[/url] Sedar document shows Templeton have incresed holding to more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton

The morning star site shows a large reduction in holdings  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton

Where do you get these selling results? Selling after incresing a lot lately is unlikely, it's not "trading" for funds. Plus selling at these prices are big losses.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton

Seems like their plan is to sell, they have been selling a lot of TBE shares as of late.  rate and reply
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Prune, I just got in recently. After reading your post I thought I must have stumbled on the SGR message board. Do you ever buy winners?  rate and reply
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Ice berg

Gone@ .72  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton

Whatever their plans, they accumulated at much higher levels than current s/p, and cannot add further without a formal takeover bid.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton

To my knowledge Templeton doesn't have a history of being an activist shareholder but the investment style may have changed dramatically since John Templeton died a few years ago.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton®ion=CAN&culture=en-CA Don't know much, hope this will give some idea for thought. Click on "Institutions" under " more
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RE:Wildcard remains Franklin Templeton

Does anyone know much about Franklin Templeton? I find it very interesting that one entity has acquired such a high percentage in one company. While the dividend is very attractive and a strong more
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I rue the day I bought this P.O.S. after putting faith in the CEO who speaks with forked tongue.  A further cut to the divy is inevitable and what other reason is there to own it since its more