Westshore Terminals Inc.

WTE-T

TSE:WTE

17.67
0.03 (0.17%)
Westshore Terminals is Canada's premier, most technologically-advanced coal export terminal, located in the Metro Vancouver area. With an export capacity of 33 million tones per year, Westshore Terminals handles around 250 ships per year.
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SELL
SELL
March 3, 2005
Take profits. Could be top of the coal cycle.
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Take profits. Could be top of the coal cycle.
Fred Pynn

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Price
$14.000
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
February 18, 2005
Has been a winner in the Asian demand for metalurgical coal play. Benefits by both greater throughput in their terminals and, as well, the tolls that it charges are tied, to a degree, to the price of coal.
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Has been a winner in the Asian demand for metalurgical coal play. Benefits by both greater throughput in their terminals and, as well, the tolls that it charges are tied, to a degree, to the price of coal.
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
February 4, 2005
Have recently renegotiated their contracts and revenue is now linked to Canadian realized coal prices for Fording, their major shipper. Coal prices have just been announced and are double over 2004. A lot of upside and a lot has been priced into this fund. Thinks prices will stay fairly strong.
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Have recently renegotiated their contracts and revenue is now linked to Canadian realized coal prices for Fording, their major shipper. Coal prices have just been announced and are double over 2004. A lot of upside and a lot has been priced into this fund. Thinks prices will stay fairly strong.
BUY
BUY
January 28, 2005
Key drivers are the high spot price on coal and expectations that coal prices will go higher. Expect they will be able to put through some tonnage increases in 2005.
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Key drivers are the high spot price on coal and expectations that coal prices will go higher. Expect they will be able to put through some tonnage increases in 2005.
HOLD
HOLD
December 31, 2004
A reasonable distribution for next year would probably be around $1.20/1.25 which is a substantial increase from what they have been paying for the last 4/5 years. Volumes and coal prices will be going up.
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A reasonable distribution for next year would probably be around $1.20/1.25 which is a substantial increase from what they have been paying for the last 4/5 years. Volumes and coal prices will be going up.
BUY
BUY
December 17, 2004
Because the price of coal is expected to remain high, 2005/2006 looks pretty decent. Distribution could be in the neighbourhood of $1.20 in 2005.
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Because the price of coal is expected to remain high, 2005/2006 looks pretty decent. Distribution could be in the neighbourhood of $1.20 in 2005.
Ben Cheng

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Price
$11.670
Owned
Unknown
BUY
BUY
December 2, 2004
Reasonably optimistic on this. Coal prices include some spot prices as high as $130, but the trusts are pricing coal at $100. Be careful as the throughput to China is going to drive the price.
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Reasonably optimistic on this. Coal prices include some spot prices as high as $130, but the trusts are pricing coal at $100. Be careful as the throughput to China is going to drive the price.
BUY
BUY
November 29, 2004
Ina very sweet spot because it is the terminal that coal goes through to Japan. Coal is a very cyclical business, so not a BUY & HOLD.
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Ina very sweet spot because it is the terminal that coal goes through to Japan. Coal is a very cyclical business, so not a BUY & HOLD.
BUY
BUY
October 8, 2004
Just signed a contract with another coal producer which will increase the volume throughput. This increases the stability of distributions.
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Just signed a contract with another coal producer which will increase the volume throughput. This increases the stability of distributions.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 16, 2004
6 1/2% yield is pretty small. Good company. Has been a lot of consolidation in the coal industry and the revenue stream can be interupted by strikes, storms, etc.
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6 1/2% yield is pretty small. Good company. Has been a lot of consolidation in the coal industry and the revenue stream can be interupted by strikes, storms, etc.
HOLD
HOLD
April 19, 2004
Comfortable with this trust, but wouldn't buy any more.
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Comfortable with this trust, but wouldn't buy any more.
BUY
BUY
January 21, 2004
The boom of steel in China has created a demand for coal. 3 ways to play coal is Fording, Labrador Iron Ore and Westshore Terminal. All three are good.
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The boom of steel in China has created a demand for coal. 3 ways to play coal is Fording, Labrador Iron Ore and Westshore Terminal. All three are good.
BUY
BUY
November 7, 2003
One way to play Fording Coal. The price of coal is rising.
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One way to play Fording Coal. The price of coal is rising.
BUY
BUY
June 25, 2003
At about 11.5% cash on cash yield, which is pretty good value. Have secured the supply of coal into its terminals. Good price.
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At about 11.5% cash on cash yield, which is pretty good value. Have secured the supply of coal into its terminals. Good price.
BUY
BUY
May 7, 2003
Priced reasonably well. Don't expect a lot of capital appreciation.
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Priced reasonably well. Don't expect a lot of capital appreciation.
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