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Start "value" investing perhaps ?....I dunno.....

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nowwhat2 Member Level  Thursday, 02/04/21 06:25:09 PM
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Start "value" investing perhaps ?....I dunno.....
Just whether or not WEF might qualify.
Their chart's certainly doing what I like to see....
Which is normally what's most important to me.

Began operations in 2004 - See page 11

Despite coughing up more than $43 million in softwood lumber duties, Western Forest Products managed to realize a profit of nearly $70 million in 2018.

According to financial statements, the Island’s largest logging and milling company managed to deal with several issues in 2018, and set a record in terms of revenue to realize a net profit of $69.2 million, down from the $74 million in 2017.

That 2004 is a valid start point !

And I like how in WFSTF it poked out !

So yep - This should be good for a ride to $2.50 and if they start "screwing up",
I can always go "visit them" in Duncan.

funny - have always kinda wanted to own shares in them - I've trucks with their products on board.

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