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Extendicare Inc. (EXETF)

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6.75-0.01 (-0.15%)
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  • P
    Great continuous dividends, perfectly priced, strong fundamentals. And now COVID is disappearing, by end of summer this stock will touch $11. I purchased my first large lot at 6.15 and ever since accumulating it. Purchase, Hold tight and enjoy the profits!!
  • K
    UP WE GO!
  • S
    Next step 9$
  • G
    Man I was hoping for a dip to buy in but I guess that’s not happening
  • D
    Why is this stock not 9$ + ?? Lmao. So overlooked!
  • B
    are there any other large shareholders besides Sandpiper
  • M
    Love the div !!!! Drip your div !!!
  • G
    EXE over $8?
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    EXE.TO is up 4.95% to 8.06
  • K
    Just bought in at $7.78 go go go EXE
  • J
    John Noriel
    do they still pay divid
  • S
    Maybe 8$ next week
  • M
    I’ll be looking to buy more at 5 or under 5. 10% dividend with 90% government revenue is the kind of odds I like. I get it’s a tough time but now being unemotional will be rewarded
  • G
    I wonder how the market reacts tomorrow to the just released earnings. It was a truly dismal quarter, but pretty much exactly what was expected considering their last covid/business update. I thought there was a chance they'd cut the dividend, but nope. We still get our 4 cents. This is a rough sector right now, and I wish all passive income investors luck going forward. Hopefully we get this virus thing behind us by 2022!
  • G
    George Rennick
    I'm predicting good news from EXE in their news release.
  • M
    Baby boomer demographics are on your side. I manage beds. There is literally nowhere else to put these people. Always short.
  • O
    Options For Life
    buy the dip. keep holding or add to your position and enjoy the DIV.
  • s
    with the stock recovering Toronto Lawyers Launch Canada's Largest COVID-19 Lawsuit against Extendicare. Even NDP party is after this company. Why don't they leave it a lone.
  • R
    very risky