BTW...this particular "analyst" has been quite negative on CP shares for the past two years, missed the biggest turnaround story and gain in the industry, and cost anyone who listened to him a fortune. Yet he's still employed, and hasn't learned a thing.
So consider that the idea for CP to buy KSU.....now?!..... comes from a fool who wouldn't mind at all if CP finally stubbed its toe so he can save at least one piece of skin form the remnants of his RRRS, an RRRS that he had handed to him. Compelling stuff.
The perfect fit has been obvious for years. Wasn't NAFTA passed in 1993? It's about time analysts and CP execs heard about it.
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I say all aboard. Mexican laws are a temporary fear for panty wearers and shorts. KSU has a huge moat and insulation. I raise my sell tgts to $150.
whoops, Mexican fear. But put a sell in at $150 in case a take over bid is offered. Then you will get a good price for your investment. I am doing this. Worry worts and shorts can bite me.
The Honda Fit line just started as has VW's for the new Golf. I think a lot of people jumped the gun on the timing of the impact from the new auto plants. Hopefully this was just an isolated timing issue.
Keystone is total scam sir. An "out" for Canada and its oil shale stuff. That's all it is. They wanted a Vancouver port but they told them to ----off.
It seems like there is a new auto plant going on line or being built in Mexico from a whole plethora of international auto makers. And how are these finished units going to make it out of Mexico? Hellooooooooo KSU.
Will bounce back to $125 when imports kick in. Mexico and Gardenas is a no brainer with KSU. Day traders stay away. KSU is for investors.
You cannot be serious. Mexico's economy is improving because of two things: the gap between China's manufacturing net pricing advantage continues to narrow, and the auto manufacturing industry's expansion in Mexico. They are a few years away from a resurgence in energy. Retirees are a gnat on an elephants #$%$. How ignorant can you possibly be?
KSU's officers no doubt spread some cash around (bribed) to get the deal they got. Now time to get the shaft from Mexican govt. lololol
Sentiment: Strong Sell