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Western Forest Products Inc T.WEF

Sector: Forest Products | Sub-Sector: Lumber & Wood Production
Alternate Symbol(s):  WFSTF

Western Forest Products Inc is an integrated softwood forest products company. The Company's business includes the harvesting of timber, reforestation, forest management, the manufacture and sale of lumber and wood chips, and the sale of logs.
Price: $1.84 | Change: +$0.06 | %Change: +3.37%
Volume: 556,433 | Day High/Low: 1.85/1.79 | 52 Week High/Low: 2.80/1.57
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RE:RE:RE:RE:IFP versus WEF

Hi I don't do the math.  I use TC2000 subscription stock analysis software.   One of it's features is ypu can click on the open or close of any chart  any date up to ...read more
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RE:RE:RE:IFP versus WEF

<i agree="" rollbacks="" suck;="" yet="" i="" think="" your="" math="" is="" incorrect..........if="...read more
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RE:RE:IFP versus WEF

Buy backs benifit all shareholders equally.    Rolbacks do not.    Anyone under water usually gets burned.  On a 4/1 which would be likely here 10k holders...read more
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Fundamentals

I thought louel's fundamentals summary was quite good. I would add that it seems like lumber producers in aggregate have produced more board feet that demand suggests. We are still treading around...read more
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RE:RE:IFP versus WEF

There was mention in the last quarter report of a possible buyback or split possibly happening. Cant remember which without looking it up but I think they are starting to feel the heat from impatient...read more
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RE:IFP versus WEF

We can all debate whether or not WEF should initiate some sort of action about a buyback or reverse split, but at the end of the day shareholders make the market, and the company really shouldn't...read more
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IFP versus WEF

Louel I may of said in the past I was happy with IFPs performance but certainly not lately. Analysts were falling all over themselves a while back about 40% growth predicted this year for IFP. Not!! I...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Who is the market maker here?

Then relax the price will climb again.   If you bought for the long term with a target in mind, and it dips.50 cents before it climbs back up to where your sell point is at. &...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Who is the market maker here?

Louel I have taken my initial investment plus some profit out of WEF plus I still hold 30k shares all free and clear. I continue to hold IFP and am not close to being underwater there either. I feel...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Who is the market maker here?

Who's ganging up on the others to make then drop ?    If China's economy slows and they quit buying,  and lumber sits in the yard rather than being sold,  till a new...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Who is the market maker here?

Louel you have to compare percentage drops not monetary. Yes the markets tested the lows today forming the double bottom and will most likely be fine now. Our economy and the US economy are relatively...read more
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RE:RE:RE:Who is the market maker here?

After the bang up q2 report it should be trading at $2.50 minimum. This company does $1 billion in sales. So asking 1X's revenue is not asking very much for a company with a profit record like...read more
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RE:Bend over WEF

This volitility In the markets Is far from over. Best just to sit on cash and wait.   rate and reply
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RE:RE:Who is the market maker here?

WOW today some dumped because they had the Div. in hand.     Secondly   Sept. is traditionally the worst of any month where markets are concerned.   &...read more
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RE:Who is the market maker here?

It seems WEF has always been like this. Huge swings are the norm. Day traders feast on this stock. This is all it will ever be until management finally decides they have seen enough and get rid of...read more
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Who is the market maker here?

The price swings on average volume are incredible. Someone may have a good computer program that is making them awful rich creating and trading these big swings  rate and reply
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Bend over WEF

As usual the company with the best last 2Qs bends over and takes it right up the @#$%!@#!!!! God I'm getting sick and tired of going nowhere with this1  rate and reply
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Lumber prices? Why are they so hard to find?

Lumber prices? Whay are they so hard to find? I notice the quote we see now is for November's 2X4's. Finding the prices for dementional lumber and speciality grades od lumber is hard to...read more
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On second thought.....

Probably a trader after a dime .....still a pretty big ante ......but it's such a sure thing ....tempting!!!  rate and reply
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Last trade today....

through RBC......47,900 shares ......or am I reading it wrong??? If not.....what's up???  rate and reply