West Fraser Timber

WFT-T

TSE:WFT

62.95
1.66 (2.57%)
West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. is a Canadian forestry company based in Quesnel, British Columbia. West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd. is a member of the Forest Products Association of Canada.
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BUY
BUY
September 27, 2005
Near a 52 week low. Very solid company, so a reasonable point to go in. Would prefer other sectors.
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
September 27, 2005
Near a 52 week low. Very solid company, so a reasonable point to go in. Would prefer other sectors.
BUY
BUY
September 19, 2005
A very good, well run company. Because of the hurricane, you should see a lot more demand.
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
September 19, 2005
A very good, well run company. Because of the hurricane, you should see a lot more demand.
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TOP PICK
September 8, 2005
There's going to be a tremendous demand for plywood, strandboard and 2X4's to rebuild Mississippi and Louisiana. Cheap.
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
September 8, 2005
There's going to be a tremendous demand for plywood, strandboard and 2X4's to rebuild Mississippi and Louisiana. Cheap.
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TOP PICK
May 24, 2005
Stock has been selling off on worries of the housing market. Has sold off quite sharply in the last 3 months. Likes where their assets are situated. Not a lot of pulp exposure. Very cheap.
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Stock has been selling off on worries of the housing market. Has sold off quite sharply in the last 3 months. Likes where their assets are situated. Not a lot of pulp exposure. Very cheap.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
May 3, 2005
Came in with about $0.99 on earnings in the last quarter. Sensitive to commodities. A lot of people are worried about US housing which would affect the stock.
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Came in with about $0.99 on earnings in the last quarter. Sensitive to commodities. A lot of people are worried about US housing which would affect the stock.
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April 11, 2005
Likes this company mainly for its timber on the ground and that it's mostly a lumber company more than a pulp and paper company. Prefers western Canada companies over eastern. Has some compelling value to it. There's a big bonus if the softwood lumber war is ever concluded.
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Likes this company mainly for its timber on the ground and that it's mostly a lumber company more than a pulp and paper company. Prefers western Canada companies over eastern. Has some compelling value to it. There's a big bonus if the softwood lumber war is ever concluded.
HOLD
HOLD
March 17, 2005
Q: Sell? A: A sector that is very much out of favour, but looking at the stock, it's trading at a PE of only 10 times in spite of the fact of duties and countervailing duties. If that ever gets sorted out the Canadian lumber industry can really make a lot of money. A very strongly run company.
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Q: Sell? A: A sector that is very much out of favour, but looking at the stock, it's trading at a PE of only 10 times in spite of the fact of duties and countervailing duties. If that ever gets sorted out the Canadian lumber industry can really make a lot of money. A very strongly run company.
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TOP PICK
January 14, 2005
3rd largest lumber producer in North America. Selling at single digit multiples on an earnings basis. Generating significant amounts of cash flow. Clean balance sheet. Good management. If they got the tarriffs back from the softwood lumber dispute, it would amount to $4 a share which is not factored into the price.
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
January 14, 2005
3rd largest lumber producer in North America. Selling at single digit multiples on an earnings basis. Generating significant amounts of cash flow. Clean balance sheet. Good management. If they got the tarriffs back from the softwood lumber dispute, it would amount to $4 a share which is not factored into the price.
HOLD
HOLD
November 29, 2004
Stock has dropped because lumber prices have come off as well as making a major acquisition which has created dilution. Stronger Cdn$ has hurt as wood products are sold in US$'s.
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
November 29, 2004
Stock has dropped because lumber prices have come off as well as making a major acquisition which has created dilution. Stronger Cdn$ has hurt as wood products are sold in US$'s.
BUY
BUY
October 15, 2004
Prefers over Abitibi. One of the better timber companies.
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
October 15, 2004
Prefers over Abitibi. One of the better timber companies.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 14, 2004
Recently bought Welwood. Both are low cost produceers of lumber. Feels that housing starts will continue to do well.
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
September 14, 2004
Recently bought Welwood. Both are low cost produceers of lumber. Feels that housing starts will continue to do well.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
July 29, 2003
Not bullish on pulp and paper or lumber.
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Not bullish on pulp and paper or lumber.
BUY
BUY
January 31, 2001
Very optimistic. With interest rates dropping, stock prices will rise
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
January 31, 2001
Very optimistic. With interest rates dropping, stock prices will rise
STRONG BUY
STRONG BUY
October 31, 2000
Long term. Well run, but short term, timber is down Low $20's a good entry
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West Fraser Timber (WFT-T)
October 31, 2000
Long term. Well run, but short term, timber is down Low $20's a good entry
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