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SASKATCHEWAN WHEAT POOL ( SWP.B - TSE )
An SI Board Since March 1997
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Emcee:  Glen McGlaughlin Type:  Unmoderated
Is anyone else following one of Canada's largest and most successful
agri-business players who have a dominant position in grain marketing
and value-added processing? Given the optimistic long term outlook
for agriculture and the growing world demand for food products I see
Sask Wheat Pool as an excellent play in the international agri-food
market. SWP shares at $16 represent an opportune time to capitalize
on a blue chip company with a 72 year track record of continuing
growth and profitability. Needless to say I'm bullish on agriculture
and I'm even more bullish on SWP.B at current levels. COMMENTS?
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47Good day guys. I have decided to join the discussion since I bought in today at Fungi-7/1/2000
46 I think the drought in the US is significant. I'm not an expert on farmingFun-da-Mental#1-6/27/2000
45 Thanks for sharing your thoughts. There's been a lot of contradictory news sainte-beuve-6/27/2000
44 Actually, I was just looking over the old posts on this thread, and I noticed tFun-da-Mental#1-6/25/2000
43 SWP has just been hit by bad news, so I doubt it will bounce right back from heFun-da-Mental#1-6/25/2000
42 What do you think of SWP at these prices? Seems like maybe a good moment? Dirksainte-beuve-6/25/2000
41 I bought in again today. I suspect this move may be more sustained, since it sFun-da-Mental#1-3/16/2000
40 What!!! No big bucks, quick??? Gotta go now...Just heard a <i><b>Kitskid-2/29/2000
39 The fundamentals are great. For example their revenues average 4 billion a yeaFun-da-Mental#1-2/29/2000
38 How do the fundamentals look?Kitskid-2/28/2000
37 SWP looks good from a TA point of view today. I think this is the entry point Fun-da-Mental#1-2/28/2000
36 The Moneyletter (which is a newsletter for seriously conservative investors) juMarcman-1/6/1999
35 I think a big problem with all Canadian investments is the weak and weakening Kitskid-1/6/1999
34 The good news is the Sask Wheat Pool still has Positive Cash flow Its been a lTriden-1/5/1999
33 Great Article Glen. Cash Flow VS EPS. A common question when investing is &quTriden-9/17/1998
32 Triden,I'm not aware of any plans for SWP to list on the NYSE however your Glen McGlaughlin-9/16/1998
31 Any chance SWP.B will apply for listing on the NYSE? There are some SaskatchewTriden-9/13/1998
30 The story I heard from a Sask Wheat Pool delegate was that the reason SWP withdMarcman-9/10/1998
29 Thanks for your comments Glen I have noticed that you have been following the Triden-9/9/1998
28 SWP went public in April 1996 at $12. I agree that it is disappointing that thiGlen McGlaughlin-9/7/1998
27 What was the issue Price Again? I know the 4th quarter is expected to be poorTriden-9/1/1998
26 I will wait for the 4th quarter numbers. I have purchased enough shares for myTriden-8/30/1998
25 Hi to all SWP enthusiasts.Comments made by yourself and Marcman have a lot of vGlen McGlaughlin-8/30/1998
24 SWP is a solid company in a primary essential business. In a long down (Bear) Kitskid-8/29/1998
23 Competition comments are quite valid. I have thought about the competition conTriden-8/28/1998
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