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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:RE:Templeton owning ~20% and a takeover?

CapeBreton you can interpret the comments posted on these boards your way and I'll interpret them my way. My opinion is at least half of what's post on these boards has no real value it's mostly more
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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