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Crescent Point Energy Corp T.CPG

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P

Crescent Point Energy Corp is involved in acquiring and holding interests in petroleum and natural gas properties and assets related through a general partnership and wholly owned subsidiaries.
Price: $30.99 | Change: $-0.77 | %Change: -2.42%
Volume: 1.3m | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 48.68/21.20
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RE: Ian Tam writes

Sursumcordableb,                                     I advise that you be very careful with interpretation of "Book-Value" in the case of (example) Energy based exploration and operating more
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Ian Tam writes

In an attempt attempts to identify value stocks with low price-to-book ratios in the Canadian energy sector Ian Tam writes in the Number Cruncher column that book value measures what the more
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RE:fourth quarter and year end results. per their website..2014 yr end presentation march 11......2015 ist qtr results on may 07 2015....they have 3 year hedge program in force...2015 hedged 53% at average floor price of more
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fourth quarter and year end results.

When are they coming out . They should have by now. Are we stalling?  rate and reply
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wrong, it is UP 1c ... lol  rate and reply
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Very uncharacteristic...  rate and reply
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EIA Trends

Domestic supply stalled, with supply increasing by only 5K WoW all from Alaska, while the lower 48 supply is flat at 8.784m barrels. 4 weeks supply growth year over year remains impressive at more
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Saudi oil minster

Saudi oil minster doesn't want to rock the market anymore  "Why do you want to rock the markets? The markets are calm...Demand is growing," Mr Naimi told reporters Wednesday on the sidelines of more
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3 Big Reasons to Buy Crescent Point Energy Corp. Today

There are very few oil companies that scream “buy me now” given the current climate for oil prices, but at the same time it is an unprecedented opportunity for investors to add energy stocks to more
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RE:RE:Something Cooking

Im buying CPG over the next week . Opec is going to meet ...up goes the price of oil !!!  rate and reply
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Platts Survey

Full article for Platts Survey:   New York - February 23, 2015 Platts Survey of Analysts Crude oil stocks up 3.7 million barrels Gasoline stocks more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:way way overvalued. Short still on at 32

Michael Krueger recommended Crescent Point several times on BNN'S Market Call last night. He has some integrity. The others are fecking vipers, Stephenson, McCreath and O'Connell, to only name a more
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RE:Something Cooking

API US crude stocks +8.9mb, gasoline -1.6mb, diesel -2.4mb. Cushing crude stocks +2.4mb. some body KNEW ! WTI now  at  $49.18  rate and reply
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Something Cooking

eom  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:way way overvalued. Short still on at 32

Guy sitting on BNN is also Trashing CPG ,It is way way over valued at 50 bucks Oil .  rate and reply
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more on yesterday's action  rate and reply
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RE:RE:1st decline is never last decline

Yes we should all suddenly listen to Mister BNN Mccreath saying oil gonna going to $30 , because he so accurately predicted oil prices to fall to these levels from $100 to $40 prior to 2014 right LOL  rate and reply
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RE:1st decline is never last decline

Don't forget Bozo that the greasy haired ugly McCreath owns his own hedge fund. Always do the opposite of what the lying con man advises and you will do well. Follow his advice and you will end more
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Crescent Point Moving Forward

with new technology should help improve recovery factors and improve value. Recommendation: Strong Buy  rate and reply
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1st decline is never last decline

(by Andrew McCreath, BNN's markets commentator) In other words ... 1st rebound is never the end of the drop. If current events follow same past trends... this current drop will last for about more