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Bought some CCL.B and HCG today.
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save3save4 wrote:
Nov 9th, 2016 9:54 am
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Jan 24th, 2016 10:26 PM

the big boys will take us higher. as usual they will try and trick the weak and take their $.
i will not fall for it.
this will be a nice up run.
wed. bottom will not be broken.
i was buying wed. classic v bottom.
30-1 selling!
many still don't believe so that means more up.
more cash to be extracted from bears.
i love bears xoxo

Feb 12th, 2016 09:02 AM

]great day yesterday.
as i've been saying the jan 20 lows will hold.
bears tried but couldn't get us lower.
up we go.
so obvious and predictable.
thank you to whoever sold me their shares yesterday!
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Mar 30th, 2016 03:05 PM
after yesterday do all you non-believers get it yet?
lol.
big boys never lose.
helicopters are in the air.
easy money.
still sitting on all my longs.
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

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ALERT, ALERT< ALERT.
Do you remember me?
Are all you slow bears still here?
I pray you listened to me In Jan and Feb/16 and went long at the bottom when I was telling you it was a clear buy.
I pray you are awake now.
ALERT, ALERT< ALERT.
Buy the market. Today. Now.
I am buying XSP.
This man will 4x your money.
S&P will be over 8000.

Still don't believe me or get what is going on? LOL.

Time to make more $$$.
ride the wave. do not fight it.
the big boys do not lose.
easy money.
$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Are you guys loving this or what?
Still time to get on this train, we going to 8000 on the S&P.
easy money.
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Gungnir wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 12:00 pm
Added BIP.UN at 50.64
Great mind thinks alike... I added at 50.58 near the open... Now I have a full position
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babu928 wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 11:08 pm
Great mind thinks alike... I added at 50.58 near the open... Now I have a full position
Any idea why the big drop today ?
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llpresident wrote:
Sep 12th, 2017 11:35 am
Sold AC.TO @ $23.23
Curious on your reason for selling. Just not moving quickly enough?
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AC had a quick reversal today again, down to $23.11, then up to $23.94 (vs. ATH $23.99)
Monday it dipped to $21.8 and reversed to $22.5

Bought
WDC $84

Markets at ATH again without AAPL
Chinese stocks continue to go up 3-4% daily without reason
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xgbsSS wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 10:16 am
Curious on your reason for selling. Just not moving quickly enough?
No particular insight behind my sell. I had purchased it on a trade and was not looking to own it long term. It seemed to lose momentum over the past week or two, and I had regretted not selling it at around $23.99. With the run up yesterday, I decided to pull the trigger. I made only 10% on the trade but did so in a relatively short period of time so I'm content with it. It does appear I should have held in a little longer as it is up again today.
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llpresident wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 11:01 am
No particular insight behind my sell. I had purchased it on a trade and was not looking to own it long term. It seemed to lose momentum over the past week or two, and I had regretted not selling it at around $23.99. With the run up yesterday, I decided to pull the trigger. I made only 10% on the trade but did so in a relatively short period of time so I'm content with it. It does appear I should have held in a little longer as it is up again today.
Fair enough ;) Trading vs long term strategy here. AC has always been an interesting trade. Shoulda, woulda, coulda, but you still came out ahead! I think if I was to trade, I would have waited at least until the day before Investor Day. There will be liekly a runup, and you sell righr before should there be people disappointed (which almost always happens).
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Filled on buy BIP.b (small) order @ $50.94 into the close. https://invst.ly/54-ad

1) Will be added to the S&P/TSX Composite Index (major), https://web.tmxmoney.com/article.php?ne ... bol=BIP.UN

2) Was able to add it below yesterday's USD issuance (minor)

In today Globe and Mail
https://beta.theglobeandmail.com/report ... e36240293/

Brookfield Infrastructure prepares to welcome new index investors

Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP is on the cusp of its second decade, and chief executive officer Sam Pollock is shoring up capital while preparing to welcome a new slate of index investors to mark the occasion.
As soon as next week, BIP will mark a long-awaited milestone when it becomes a fixture on the S&P/TSX composite index, after recent changes to the eligibility requirements. BIP has been seeking the recognition for years, craving not only a higher profile but also access to the fast-growing group of exchange-traded funds.

"It opens up the door to a whole host of investors," said Mr. Pollock, who is also responsible for the expansion of the infrastructure operating platform at parent organization Brookfield Asset Management Inc. BIP is also seen as a candidate to be added to the TSX 60.

It's been roughly a decade since Brookfield said that it would spin out its infrastructure assets and list them on the New York Stock Exchange. At the time, the country's largest pension funds were just beginning to build up a presence in the still-emerging asset class, but there was an expectation that retail investors, too, were hungry for investments that could offer a steady income – particularly given the evaporation of income trusts.
These days, the market looks a lot different.

"What it feels like is taking place is a greater recognition by governments … that they can't do some infrastructure themselves," Mr. Pollock said. "Governments, at least in the developed world – Canada, U.S. and Europe – haven't really taken advantage of the dollars out there. So they're waking up to it."

That's likely to lead to an increase in public-private partnerships and privatizations in the next 10 years, Mr. Pollock said. After that, he anticipates that the asset class will be considered mature, much like the real estate industry is now.
Countries such as Canada and the United States have expressed interest in attracting more institutional investors to building projects such as toll roads, power lines and water treatment facilities in recent months. A record amount of money is being amassed by global infrastructure firms, according to alternative asset data provider Preqin, with yield-hungry investors drawn to the lower volatility, long-term nature and steady returns of the utility-like assets.
Amid the competition, BIP's favoured approach is to pitch its own projects, rather than just shopping at auction. The company maintains that there are pockets of opportunity to be carved out in niche areas such as Indian telecommunications and parts of the energy sector.

Devin Dodge, analyst at BMO Nesbitt Burns, began covering the stock earlier this week and sees a lot of growth potential. He points to the S&P/TSX composite index inclusion, the stock's valuation and the potential for the company to grow not only through mergers and acquisitions, but also through organic growth.
BIP has a backlog of capital projects – investments needed to maintain or improve its assets – of $2.4-billion (U.S.) and could increase by as much as $2-billion more within 12 months. Mr. Pollock said that these investment are typically where the business earns its highest returns because "we're not competing to the same degree as we would an M&A opportunity where we have to go up against a number of pension plans."

To fuel future deals – and fund the expanding need for capital investments needed to grow businesses BIP already owns – the company launched a $1-billion equity offering Monday. The deal included selling units through a bought deal for $700-million in proceeds, and raising he rest from a private placement with parent organization Brookfield. BIP's stock is up 31 per cent in the past year, but slipped about 5 per cent Tuesday.

Still on Mr. Pollock's wish list are more assets in the company's Canadian home market, which would appeal to more local investors. Ideally, he'd like to keep 25 to 30 per cent of the company's business in North America but finding good value has been a challenge. "The challenge is finding good value," he said. "I would say it's not as deep an investment pool as other markets. In Europe you have water companies, you have lots of transportation companies, toll road companies, airport companies. Well, we don't have those here."

In the meantime, BIP has spent the last few years focused on building up its investment business in Asia, establishing offices in the region and learning from the Brookfield real estate investment team's deals in the region.
"Probably the biggest focus today is Asia – so we've been building teams for about the three-four years in India, Japan, South Korea and China," Mr. Pollock said. In five to 10 years, he anticipates that one-quarter of BIP's business will be in Asia.
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Closed 2 of my position trades: Lithium Americas Corp @ $1.6 from $0.92 and Westjet @ 25.9 from $20.9.

I may add to my Open Text position in the coming weeks for the long-term portfolio.
Some positive moves on CVE the past few weeks. I May add as well on the next pullback, but still a losing position (-15%) :(.
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Been a couple recent recommendations on BNN for Vermillion Energy (VET.TO). Anyone own it ?
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Canada, Eh!!
Bought ENB.TO in investment acct and sold HD in trading acct but will buy back 1/2 soon.
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llpresident wrote:
Sep 13th, 2017 10:13 pm
Been a couple recent recommendations on BNN for Vermillion Energy (VET.TO). Anyone own it ?
Its fundamentals look horrible on FASTgraphs so unless there's been some recent positive news and catalyst, I wouldn't touch it at all.
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Anyone keeping an eye on Inter Pipeline?

Numerous insiders have been accumulating shares in the market.

On Aug. 21, president and chief executive officer Christian Bayle purchased 10,000 shares at an average price per share of $22.391, lifting his portfolio's holdings to 460,000 shares.

That same day, two other management executives accumulated shares.

Senior vice-president of operations James Madro acquired 2,200 shares at an average price per share of $22.4932, raising his portfolio's position to 18,200 shares. In addition, Anita Dusevic Oliva, vice-president- legal, purchased 1,150 shares at an average price per share of $22.34, boosting her holdings to 7,309 shares in this portfolio.

On Aug. 16, chief financial officer Brent Heagy bought 4,000 shares for an account in which he has control or direction over at an average price per share of $23.06, increasing the portfolio's holdings to 14,000 shares.

Two board members have been recent buyers in the market.

Lorne Brown purchased 1,000 shares on Aug. 16 at an average price per share of $23.018, and also acquired 1,000 shares on Aug. 14 at an average cost per share of $23.551. After these two trades, he held 10,290 shares in the portfolio. Alison Taylor Love bought 1,000 shares at an average price per share of $23.27 on Aug. 15, raising her portfolio's ownership to 17,636 shares.

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