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Resolute Forest Products Inc. Message Board

longtimefollower 51 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 25, 2016 12:40 AM Member since: May 12, 2000
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  • longtimefollower by longtimefollower Jun 25, 2016 12:40 AM Flag

    What's not to like? He is the CFO of Air Canada.

    This is the first time, in 6 years as a director, he has bought, in the open market.

    This thing is crazy cheap.

    I call this a super strong buy!

  • longtimefollower by longtimefollower Jun 4, 2016 3:11 PM Flag

    Definitely worth reading. Chinese guy named Chen wrote it. I agree with his thoughts 100%, and he has obviated my need to write my own article. (Read the comments section of the article.)

    Note DSWL has been paying a dividend for 20 years continuously, was continuously profitable, since going public in 1995...until the last 5 years.....and earned as much as $1 in EPS, as recently as 2005. They are getting the train back on the tracks with the new CEO they put in a few years ago (who is well incentivized with upwards of 10% ownership of the company), and the Street is not paying the attention it should. While I hardly expect them to get back to historic profits or margins, 30-50 cents in EPS seems like a reasonable possibility, in a few years, which would, alone, get the stock back up to a $3-5 trading price. But the founder, and his esteemed CEO, will probably try to take it private, before that happens. iMHO.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    I loaded up on DSWL in the last 3 months.

    by longtimefollower Mar 11, 2016 1:21 PM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower Jun 4, 2016 3:02 PM Flag

    Thanks for your interest, but this is one of my largest holdings, and I don't expect to be selling any until we are well into the $2's. If you want more stock, I would say you should just keep nibbling in this price range.

  • longtimefollower longtimefollower Jun 2, 2016 2:17 AM Flag

    But you failed to mention that POT said that they see the market coming into balance in the not too distant future.

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    BK on Way ? $149.07M DEBT

    by zigzag111 May 23, 2016 8:09 AM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower Jun 2, 2016 2:15 AM Flag

    I bought more at $1.24 today, btw. Based on institutional 13F reports, I am one of the top 20 quasi-institutional holders... Although there may be nonreporting individuals or institutions of larger size.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    BK on Way ? $149.07M DEBT

    by zigzag111 May 23, 2016 8:09 AM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower Jun 2, 2016 2:09 AM Flag

    Worst? Or worse? You fool. Listen to Jack231. He knows his stuff.

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    Major thrust before the crash

    by zalomonbro Jun 1, 2016 3:45 PM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower Jun 2, 2016 2:05 AM Flag

    Poor baby.

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    Very undervalued; worth over $16

    by shrewd_curmudgeon May 12, 2016 5:05 PM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower May 18, 2016 11:44 AM Flag

    Unfortunately, the Street remains unwilling to give the company credit for the value of its assets, and tends more to look at ongoing EPS as the measure of value here. if we are now Maybe a 40 cent in EPS company, and that is the net contribution to "retained value," the underlying ROE is poor. Furthermore, if they don't show traction with the acquisitions, over the next 12-18 months, then a write down of goodwill and intangibles becomes an even greater risk. In addition, their stated intent to make acquisitions in tools, and that there are "no bargains" out there, means they will be adding debt and goodwill back on. In short, I could never have imagined things would look so "uninspired," after the Q1 earnings release. (I was thinking the release would actually be a catalyst for the stock.) Especially disappointing was the generally negative tone, with Horowitz's reference to the "weak economy" (is the problem the oil and gas market, or "the weak economy" broadly?). To me, this is suggestive that performance will be disappointing, over the next few quarters. Will the Street decide to suddenly accord a company with more "hidden asset value," than it had before, a higher valuation? Was the sale of Nationwide partly a desire to reduce debt, as a "reaction" to a sense that the overall (entire) business was going to have deteriorating financial results, and the company wanted to protect itself from getting into a "pickle" like 2009-2010? To me, the special and regular dividend seem PREMATURE, since we don't know what the company is going to look like, going forward, from an income perspective, with the 1) expected new acquisitions and 2) success of recent acquisitions. I can appreciate that the company is now debt free, and that might justify the dividend policy, but realistically, i never did understand the financial management here. With the stock at $8 and change, shouldn't a buyback (not a dividend) be job number 1?

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    $2.50 target

    by runs4theroses May 12, 2016 9:39 AM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower May 13, 2016 2:10 AM Flag

    Who TF is this "we" you keep referring to? Grandiosity doesn't necessarily add to your credibility.

  • longtimefollower by longtimefollower May 12, 2016 10:42 AM Flag

    Hardly what I expected, for the friends and relatives that still own this stock.

    Message to P&F board: time for a stock buyback, if you believe in your future.

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    Careful boys-the Pump is over, now the dump in mass Sell

    by shhc May 12, 2016 12:26 AM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower May 12, 2016 1:48 AM Flag

    You sad sack.

  • longtimefollower by longtimefollower May 11, 2016 2:26 AM Flag

    Does this "clear the market"?

  • ...as did Agrium and Mosaic. Bob was clear that he thinks the market has BOTTOMED, and this should make the lenders more docile. My guess is they announce a new loan deal in the next several weeks, and the stock is a double at that point. Meanwhile, back to $1.25-1.45 this week or next.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • longtimefollower longtimefollower May 9, 2016 5:00 PM Flag

    It is preserving and securing its future...and maximizing its cash flows. The conversion of east to trio is HUGE...and it is two months early. The burn is manageable, and they still have $50+ million in cash, and net asset value that is a MULTIPLE of the current stock price. It also appears they have a replacement lender for the LOC now.

    The Street can do what it wants. I added 35% to my position today. With glee.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    CHAPTER 11 is coming to town....

    by zigzag111 May 5, 2016 6:34 PM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower May 9, 2016 4:57 PM Flag

    You truly are a sad sack. Your post is vacuous.

  • longtimefollower longtimefollower May 9, 2016 4:54 PM Flag

    Who is "we"?

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    I increased my position 25% today.

    by longtimefollower Apr 25, 2016 4:43 PM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower May 5, 2016 5:15 PM Flag

    I think somebody wanted to get out on the earnings release.

    Stocks don't always go up or down on the "schedule" one expects. But one thing is for sure: the follow on newsprint price increase is better than a sharp stick in the eye.

    Question: If the company is pretty much doing similarly to how it was in the year ago quarter, and the stock was $18 then, and quarterly comparisons should start getting better, comparatively, especially starting in the back half...why is that not being factored into the stock price?

    The announcement of a second newsprint price increase, and closing of the Augusta mill, shows the industry is and will collectively do what it needs to, to maintain high capacity utilization, and make a return to the $580 to $600 per ton price range for newsprint, all the more likely.

  • On April 26, Resolute announced a $15/ton increase effective June1st, to be followed by another $15/ton increase on July 1st. Reported on various websites.

    Keep in mind that the strengthening CAN $ may be part of the spur for this, and all of the increase will not drop to the bottom line, for the company's Canadian mills, when factoring in the foreign exchange.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • longtimefollower by longtimefollower May 4, 2016 11:13 PM Flag

    At an average price of $6 or so. At that rate, they will buy back about 10% of the outstanding this year, and STILL have used up only 60% of the authorization.

    Even better, since Garrison and his affiliates own about 4.6 million shares, we are looking at about 15 million shares in the freely floating share base. And on THAT basis, at the current rate of buyback, they could buy in more like 13% of the "freely floating" shares this year.

    UPshot: If it drops to $6, consider it a gift, and a good place to again add....since, between an expectation of continued support from the buyback, as well as the continued turnaround potential, along with the continued net working capital BARGAIN this stock represents, should provide a huge measure of a MARGIN OF SAFETY.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    Love the fact this message board is dead.

    by longtimefollower Mar 19, 2016 1:42 PM
    longtimefollower longtimefollower May 4, 2016 10:50 PM Flag

    Poor baby. They bought back 500k shares or so over the last 4 months. Better than a dividend....especially if they keep buying. And they bought shares SINCE quarter end...which means they are willing to PAY UP. That is BULLISH...because there are still a BOATLOAD of shares to be bought on the remaining buyback.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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