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Calfrac Well Services Ltd. Message Board

  • tommccauley31 tommccauley31 Mar 7, 2013 1:16 PM Flag

    If you want to be?

    If you want to be in this sector? This is the company.
    You get shares at bargain price because you have
    to do your own data fracking to find quality that flies
    under the radar. CFW goes x-div'd at the end of March
    paying .25 per share. It is the most undervalued at
    PE/6.5, and has one of the best operating margins
    among its peers. This is a fracking growth fracker.

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    • Mac, Your like flies on stink,I find you everywhere,Did you look at NOV.they do everything but feed the crew
      on the well-site. I'm going to buy CFW,but I feel a pull-back is due.I still like a bargain.Enjoyed your e-mails,keep'em coming. Thanks for your imput,it keeps me charging. STUCE

      Sentiment: Buy

      • 1 Reply to msteucek
      • Welcome Steuce, I seem to be the only one
        interested in CFW? Its nice to have company.
        I like Nat/ Var. You just can't own them all.
        There is going to be consolidation in the
        Calgary oil services hdqrd. cos. It is not "if", but
        when. Too many tool pushers kicking around
        in the North American sandbox.
        Calfrac is the quality operator IMO. It would
        take a major like HAL, BHI. or a WFT to make
        an offer. A mid-tier operator like CFW pays the
        most generous div'd in the industry.
        I trade around a core position because I
        always want to have a Frac-ing good fracker
        in my portfolio.

 
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