Seaspan Corp.

SSW-N

Analysis and Opinions about SSW-N

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PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
October 12, 2006
(A Top Pick June 7/06. Up 6%.) Still likes. Pays out about an 8% distribution. They lease ships to shipping companies. Have orders out for 8 more ships.
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Seaspan Corp. (SSW-N)
October 12, 2006
(A Top Pick June 7/06. Up 6%.) Still likes. Pays out about an 8% distribution. They lease ships to shipping companies. Have orders out for 8 more ships.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
September 18, 2006
A major leaser of ships. Own 17 ships and purchasing another 16. 7% yield. Management has a big stake in the company.
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Seaspan Corp. (SSW-N)
September 18, 2006
A major leaser of ships. Own 17 ships and purchasing another 16. 7% yield. Management has a big stake in the company.
BUY
BUY
August 9, 2006
Have 24 containerships and had just added another four. 8% dividend which should be pretty safe as they sign long term contracts. High P/E ratio of 25, but this stock trades on its yield.
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Seaspan Corp. (SSW-N)
August 9, 2006
Have 24 containerships and had just added another four. 8% dividend which should be pretty safe as they sign long term contracts. High P/E ratio of 25, but this stock trades on its yield.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 7, 2006
(A Top Pick Apr 5/06. Down 2.8%.) 8% dividend. Lease out ships at $20,000 a day, but it leases were broken, they could get $50,000.
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(A Top Pick Apr 5/06. Down 2.8%.) 8% dividend. Lease out ships at $20,000 a day, but it leases were broken, they could get $50,000.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
April 5, 2006
A floating REIT. They have container ships. They have long-term leases with companies like CP Ships and a major Chinese shipping company. They have fixed costs on the other end and they make the spread and pay it out to the unit holders. 8% yield. Adding new ships to the fleet.
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Seaspan Corp. (SSW-N)
April 5, 2006
A floating REIT. They have container ships. They have long-term leases with companies like CP Ships and a major Chinese shipping company. They have fixed costs on the other end and they make the spread and pay it out to the unit holders. 8% yield. Adding new ships to the fleet.
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