Tucows Inc

TCX-Q

NASDAQ:TCX

64.88
1.31 (1.98%)
Tucows Inc. is a publicly traded Internet services and telecommunications company, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the second-largest domain registrar worldwide and operates Hover, eNom, and OpenSRS, a platform for domain resellers.
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September 23, 2019
An under-the-radar Canadian company that's become the second-biggest domain-registry company in the world. A predictable business. They've invested their profits into fibre internet. (Analysts’ price target is $75.01)
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Tucows Inc (TCX-Q)
September 23, 2019
An under-the-radar Canadian company that's become the second-biggest domain-registry company in the world. A predictable business. They've invested their profits into fibre internet. (Analysts’ price target is $75.01)
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January 25, 2017

They made an announcement of an acquisition and the stock responded well. However, if you look at the long-term history, it has done phenomenally well and is still underfollowed by the street.

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Tucows Inc (TCX-Q)
January 25, 2017

They made an announcement of an acquisition and the stock responded well. However, if you look at the long-term history, it has done phenomenally well and is still underfollowed by the street.

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TOP PICK
June 30, 2015

Essentially the GoDaddy.com of Canada. Have been around since the early 90s back in the days when you had an Internet service provider, and the ISPs have all gone with this company. Another high compounding stock. ROE is about 29%. Trades both in Canada and US. It is liquid in the US, but not very liquid in Canada, so try to buy the stock in the US. Has a huge amount of excess cash flow, so they are continuously buying back their stock.

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Tucows Inc (TCX-Q)
June 30, 2015

Essentially the GoDaddy.com of Canada. Have been around since the early 90s back in the days when you had an Internet service provider, and the ISPs have all gone with this company. Another high compounding stock. ROE is about 29%. Trades both in Canada and US. It is liquid in the US, but not very liquid in Canada, so try to buy the stock in the US. Has a huge amount of excess cash flow, so they are continuously buying back their stock.

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