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Clarke Inc T.CKI

Sector: Financial Services | Sub-Sector: Asset Management
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.CKI.DB | CLKFF

Clarke Inc is an investment holding company with investments in a diversified group of businesses, operating in Canada. The Company continuously evaluates the acquisition, retention and disposition of its investments.
Price: $10.07 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.10%
Volume: 20,145 | Day High/Low: 10.08/9.95 | 52 Week High/Low: 12.24/7.62
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RE:RE:$20M in Dividends:

Feels like they were way to optimistic on the original $9.50 bid.  rate and reply
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RE:$20M in Dividends:

Spunout wrote: Clarke Inc. Announces Intention to Commence Substantial Issuer Bid for its Shares 16:01 EST Wednesday, February 25, 2015 HALIFAX, Feb. 25, 2015 /CNW/ - Clarke Inc. ("Clarke" more
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$20M in Dividends:

Clarke Inc. Announces Intention to Commence Substantial Issuer Bid for its Shares 16:01 EST Wednesday, February 25, 2015 HALIFAX, Feb. 25, 2015 /CNW/ - Clarke Inc. ("Clarke" or the " more
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RE:Year End Results

This is a set it and forget it stock.  They just make smart decisions.  rate and reply
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Year End Results

Nice year. Last quarter not so great; however, still a positive outlook. IMO, Clarke looks just as appealing as it did this time last year when it was at $7.80ish. I will admit that this stock more
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Latest Seeking Alpha Article Nothing that should be news to anyone.  On another note, it looks like Holloway has been improving its cash flows more
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RE:RE:Clarke expands Ownership of Northern Frontier Corp.

Historically, Clarke has nominated directors who oversee from within. If they cannot influence they sell.  rate and reply
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RE:Clarke expands Ownership of Northern Frontier Corp.

It still a very small investment (around 1 million, in a 200 million portfolio), but a quick view at Northern Frontier (FFF) shows it's a company with already a good level of consistent revenu more
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Clarke expands Ownership of Northern Frontier Corp.

Clarke Inc. Announces Investment In Northern Frontier Corp. Monday, January 26, 2015   Clarke Inc. announces investment in Northern Frontier Corp. 16:03 EST Monday, January 26, 2015 more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:What's Next?

Anyone tender their shares?  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:What's Next?

REading my tender package today and I can't say I am an expert in these things.  But it looks like the small shareholders (we) are offered the same price as the internal tender with Geosam, etc. more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:What's Next?

I agree, $9.50 is a low-ball offer, but it's a price that makes good use of CKI's existing cash (assuming the sellers are there) and there are obviously owners of this stock that think it's more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:What's Next?

I'm not sure if they are serious about closing the gap. $9.50 is a lowball offer. I'd be shocked if they pick up a substantial number of shares. They put a floor under the share price - that's more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:What's Next?

I like the tender offer - it shows that they continue to be serious about closing the discount to book.  At some point either the price to book gap will be closed or they'll take Clarke private; more
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RE:RE:RE:What's Next?

The normal course issuer bid announcement makes it pretty clear; hard to argue with almost half the market cap in cash and the discounted book value.  Would be over 10% of the company.  Not doing more
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RE:RE:What's Next?

NAV is still around $12.60, so lots of value to be generated by buying back shares. Wonder if instead they are eyeing a new acquisition - they have done buys in the energy patch before (SGL, more
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RE:What's Next?

The last NCIB got approved in May 2014.  It runs for a year, but they already exhausted the annual limit. We won't see any TSX buy backs in the next 4 months. They have another NCIB approved on more
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What's Next?

Looks like they've stopped buying back. Wonder how long they'll sit on all that cash for. There's also less in the way of dividends coming in without SXP around.  If the share price does nothing more
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Late Bypass trade

Anyone no what these are?  2 days running there have been very small trades, either at the bell or "by-Pass" that have reset the closing price by some 3 or 4% amounts of the trading all day.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:SXP Sale @ $2.70

Nice move. Very volatile price movements. But great value here.  rate and reply