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Input Capital Corp. (INPCF)

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    Jim
    Input Capital is a sad story and a bad investment so far.
  • M
    MichaelTenenbaum
    Jim, but all that time Input has gone up by 20% in a sideways market. Something is happening but I don't know what it is.
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    A
    any insights on current movement atm? holding for a small position upon doors opening again but of course a little blind on the d.d with it being somewhat scarce
  • M
    MichaelTenenbaum
    Something is happening here and I don't know what it is.
  • M
    MichaelTenenbaum
    I don't know what the latest news flash from Input means other than the company will pay a dividend. I don't know what improvements to "shareholder value" means. What I do know is that shareholder equity continues to drop.

    Does the board want the company to continue doing what it's doing or do something else? I cannot make out what they're saying.
  • J
    Jim
    Can anyone explains why this action is significant? Thanks

    "REGINA, SK, Feb. 2, 2021 /CNW/ - Input Capital Corp. (TSXV: INP) (US: INPCF) ("Input" or the "Company") announces that Doug Emsley, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Input and Emsley & Associates (2002) Ltd. ("Emsley & Associates"), a corporation which is owned 50% by Mr. Emsley and 50% by Tamara Krueger Emsley, has acquired ownership of 1,712,364 Input common shares pursuant to Input's previously announced acquisition (the "Acquisition") of all of the common shares of SRG Security Resource Group Inc. ("SRG").

    Pursuant to the Acquisition, Mr. Emsley and Emsley & Associates together acquired ownership of 1,712,364 Input common shares, representing approximately 2.81% of Input's issued and outstanding common shares. Prior to the closing of the Acquisition, Mr. Emsley and Emsley & Associates owned 11,650,481 Input common shares, representing 22.43% of Input's issued and outstanding common shares. After closing of the Acquisition, Mr. Emsley and Emsley & Associates together own 13,362,845 Input common shares, representing 21.97% of Input's issued and outstanding common shares. Additionally, pursuant to the Acquisition, Mrs. Krueger Emsley acquired 330,482 Input common shares representing approximately 0.53% of Input's issued and outstanding common shares."
  • M
    MichaelTenenbaum
    I told everybody this "takeover" by a nothing entity sounded fishy. Was it a scam by management to get them a quick escape?

    I'm glad I sold out early on only the news that there was a bid. I hope nobody actually believed someone wanted to buy Input and held on thinking they would get some money out of this takeover.
  • M
    MichaelTenenbaum
    Maybe you just need some patience. It's an ongoing business that pays a dividend that is supported by revenue. One day an analyst will see a non-energy company paying over 6% and may do a write-up. Another problem is consistency. The business is heavily dependent upon weather which deters investors who are looking for momentum. I do need to admit that after five years it is about time we saw SOME earnings momentum.
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    Mustacho
    So the shareholders who sold their shares back to the company for .82 appear to have made a smart choice. As of today, October 03, 2019, the price per share is .69. Disclaimer: I did not sell any of my shares back to Input. I remain a bag holder and management seems content with the status quo. Take a look at the four year stock chart. Does the status quo look like it's working for Input Capital?
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    Mustacho
    This company was doing poorly even before China’s decision to boycott Canadian canola. Management said they were considering changes such as adding another crop to diversify, and they made zero changes. Now management and investors have to hope the Chinese boycott ends before they run out of cash.
  • J
    Jim
    REGINA, SK , June 3, 2019 /CNW/ - Input Capital Corp. ("Input" or the "Company") (TSX Venture: INP) (INPCF) announces it has formally commenced a substantial issuer bid (the "Offer") pursuant to which the Company is offering to purchase for cancell
    REGINA, SK , June 3, 2019 /CNW/ - Input Capital Corp. ("Input" or the "Company") (TSX Venture: INP) (INPCF) announces it has formally commenced a substantial issuer bid (the "Offer") pursuant to which the Company is offering to purchase for cancell
    finance.yahoo.com
  • R
    RS
    really ... 99cents ?
  • J
    Jim
    Why would Input Capital continue to buy back it's outstanding shares?
  • J
    Jim
    Somebody is buying.
  • B
    Brad
    Just bought 5000. Local company and I think the merger is a great time for growth.
  • M
    Mustacho
    Input should have put out a press release last month announcing a December dividend. I am guessing yesterday's large drop is partially related to the suspension of the dividend. Another guess is that the next earnings release will be very disappointing. I thought Input had an excellent business model, which is why I became am a shareholder. Obviously, I made a mistake.
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    Jordan
    If producers are hurting surely that’s an environment that presents growth opportunities for an industry specific liquidity/financing provider.
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    MichaelTenenbaum
    yes Jim but it sounds fishy... a company whose stock sells a $0.03 USD bought input @ 1.75 CAD... go figure.
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    Naveed
    does any one know how SRG fits into inputs future? how they plan to use the tech company in their operations?