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Canadian Pacific Railway Limited (CP.TO)

Toronto - Toronto Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
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191.37-1.40 (-0.73%)
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    Haley
    Haley
    CP may be a compelling opportunity. Im not sure about you guys but Awe.Som.e.Sto-cks. has provided me with some pretty good trade ideas. I messed up executing some of them but thats on me.
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    Lauren
    Lauren
    Is CP undervalued? This sort of setup suggests potential upside... the other week awe-some*sto-ck*s alerted this company i think. google them .
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    Morgan
    Morgan
    Very difficult to see CP not making a big run north. the other week awesome_sto-cks alerted this company i think. google them .
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    Timmaaay!
    Timmaaay!
    Aug. 8/17 headline:
    The Federal Railroad Administration and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration have withdrawn a proposed rule that would have regulated actions addressing sleep apnea for workers in safety-sensitive positions.
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    Why did the government give up on such a sensible, simple, inexpensive proposal that would improve public safety ?
    Because of intense lobbying and pushback from union lobbyists.

    Why did unions oppose this legislation? Because whenever their union members are at the center of any "accident", an alleged sleep apnea condition is a silver bullet excuse to avoid any personal blame or liability. [Finding a doctor who will testify that engineer X snores, and therefore suffers from sleep apnea, is easy and cheap].

    So the government has tossed it back to the railways and trucking companies to handle the safety issue themselves....and face the prospect of strikes and labor unrest on their own dimes.
    Ha ha ha...just kidding! The companies will obviously do nothing, becasue they need to keep running. And when there's a big accident, the government will express faux outrage and flog them publicly to great public approval.

    So enjoy that drive down the interstate....maybe honk your horn to wake up the trucker in the next lane as he passes by.
    Wake America great again!
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    Morgan
    Morgan
    Things seem to be getting overextended for CP. Ive been struggling with this stock lately. Some of my other trades have been from awe-some_sto-cks which are working out pretty well.
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    martin
    martin
    Ouch!!
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    martin
    martin
    You guys think price will go up tomorrow after today's earning #'s??
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    Jordan
    Jordan
    The scenarios are quite interesting at current levels for CP. Yo you should really check out AWE-some.Stock.s, they seem on point with their stocks.
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    Nancy
    Nancy
    My guess is that CP is due for a pullback in the short-run. I started receiving notifications from awe.some.stock_s the other week and so far they have presented interesting new trade ideas.
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    Lauren
    Lauren
    I have a feeling CP will see a pullback now. What yall think? I started receiving notifications from awesome_stocks the other week and so far they have presented interesting new trade ideas.
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    Timmaaay!
    Timmaaay!
    The internet is wonderful, but can be used by anyone...including the dimwitted and mentally ill.
    Take your pills, jerry.
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    Timmaaay!
    Timmaaay!
    CP and CSX are already working together to mitigate their vulnerability to the "unmitigated disaster" that is the Chicago black hole.
    Both will benefit. Place your bets.
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    Timmaaay!
    Timmaaay!
    Wells Fargo analyst is a failed comedian and/or a pr*ick.
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    Natalie
    Natalie
    Is CP undervalued? Certainly looks that way given the dividend value of 1.52. This sort of setup means potential upside... Do you guys find it difficult to know when to buy or sell something? I prefer to get my stocks from awesomestoc-ks.
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous

    have always felt that a politician is to be judged by the animosities he excites among his opponents. http://dataunion.tistory.com/7853

    Canadian Pacific Railway Limit NYSE $CP Correlation Histogram
    X axis : Stocks Price Correlation Coefficient Y axis : Quantity of stocks May-2016 1,000 Day Parameter 4,338 NYSE Stocks Price Analysis This stock mode of correlation coefficient is 0.8 In other words, the correlation coefficient of the other stocks
    dataunion.tistory.com
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    Kelli
    Kelli
    Downside risk pretty much eliminated now I would guess, thoughts? check out awesome-STOCKS, its a pretty reliable service. of course you have to do your own due diligence, but they generally point you in the right direction.
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    Timmaaay!
    Timmaaay!
    Timeless life lesson #6:
    When selfish cowards are pushed up against the wall, they always choose running away instead of facing the music they wrought.

    When CP ran out of time and excuses to block the proxy vote, the Chairman and CEO both quit just before the vote....shareholders were literally showing up at the conference room for the meeting that morning when they found out the cockroaches had quit before being humiliated.

    Today, 'Donnie The Dealmaker' played the role of Chairman John Cleghorn, Paul Ryan as his bumbling sidekick CEOP Fred Green.....pulled their POS health bill before it went down in flames on a vote.

    Scroo shareholders, and scroo taxpayers. It's all about us and our precious egos, you fools.
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    Timmaaay!
    Timmaaay!
    Dear Marc Garneau (or your equally inept, vote-pandering successor at the Ministry of Transport):

    When CP gets acquired by an eastern US freight railway, which is now its most optimistic ultimate fate, you can take your share of the political credit in setting that course. Instead of celebrating or (heaven forbid!) even just acknowledging the fact that two Canadian railways were now the very best in the world, you used CP as a public whipping boy any time your government needed a little boost and some 'friendly ink'. From hapless scapegoats for Lac Megantic, to painting them as the arch enemy of the poor grain lobby, your ability to vilify the railroad as the root of every transport problem in Canada has been impressive.

    So if/when CP eventually becomes the acquisition target of that US railroad, do enjoy that last bit of performance art....the moral outrage about the 'greed of corporations' and 'the threat to Canadian sovereignty' that you will no doubt trot out, crassly parlaying a shi* sandwich into some electoral capital.

    But you will not escape facts: YOU have already caused this. YOU took up the mob torch from the arsonist LIsa Raitt, and YOU held it just as high.
    Continuing the beating of Canada's biggest private sector success story of the past 20 years, while handing bag after bag of taxpayer money over to corporate basket cases like Bombardier.
    YOU and your government interference and abuse made CP a target instead of an acquiror, a victim instead of a world-class champ. All those head office jobs will ultimately head south, those income taxes paid to Washington instead of Ottawa.

    As I see it, Canada simply can't afford to lose any more cash cows. The country is broke, you have an insane hatred for all natural resources, and international trade is in chaos....not a cheery outlook.
    I guess you're "all in" on the idea that if you let enough refugees and immigrants in, some of them will start up of the next Apple and Microsoft. That is some optimistic dice rolling right there. Killing off golden geese to chase a dozen invisible eggs.

    There's not many ways to describe such a political achievement.
    Treasonous.
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    Anonymous
    Anonymous
    The trading setup for CP looks very alluring with EPS(ttm) hitting 8.07. The last time things got this interesting there were explosions. Ive been struggling with this stock lately. Some of my other trades have been from awesom-eSTOCKS which are working out pretty well.
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    juice
    juice
    How about those earnings lil smokey?? and no more hunter the great....man what a bad day im sorry lil guy it will be ok....