5/09/2013

Canadian Pink Sheet Listed.. Aggressive Cannibals (company share buybacks over several years)







































Note that most of the share count reduction was over the trailing 12 months. Some of the stocks listed showed a slight increase in share count from 2008 or 2007.












Airboss of America Corp” develops, manufactures, and sells rubber compounds and specialty rubber-based products for the transportation, defense, military, and industrial markets primarily in North America. It offers rubber compounds, including mixed rubber for use in industrial products for mining, transportation, military, automotive, and conveyor belting; defense products, such as protective wear for military and other first response applications; and industrial products, including vulcanized and non-vulcanized rubber based products, as well as mixing, calendaring, and extrusion. AirBoss of America Corp. was founded in 1989 and is based in Newmarket, Canada.”





AGFMF: AGF Management Limited AGF/B:Toronto Stock Exchange

“AGF Management Limited is a publicly owned investment manager. The firm primarily provides its services to institutional and private clients. It manages separate client-focused equity, fixed income, and balanced portfolios. The firm also launches and manages equity, fixed income, and balanced mutual funds and hedge funds for its clients. It invests in the public equity and fixed income markets across the globe. The firm primarily invests in growth and value stocks across all capitalizations. For fixed income, it invests in government and agency bonds of Canada. AGF Management Limited was founded in 1957 and is based in Toronto, Canada.”




AXANF :Axia NetMedia Corporation(AXX:Toronto)

“provides broadband services and solutions over fibre optic communications networks.”



OLNCF: Omni-Lite Industries Canada Inc (OML:Venture)


“engages in the development, production, and marketing of specialized metal matrix composite, aluminum, carbon, and stainless steel alloy products to Fortune 500 companies. The company provides precision components utilizing advanced composite materials and other alloyed materials, and computer-controlled cold forging techniques. It offers vibration resistant stainless steel fastener components and jet engine components for the aerospace industry; transmission valves and airbag retainer rivets for the automotive industry; inventory control cups and other key components for inventory control systems for the commercial industry; links and head caps for the military sector; and ceramic track spikes for the sports and recreation industry. The company also distributes its track spikes online. It serves customers primarily in the United States, Canada, and the Barbados.”



RONAF : Rona Inc. (RON:Toronto)

RONA inc. “engages in the distribution and retail of hardware, home improvement, and gardening products in Canada. As of March 11, 2013, it operated approximately 800 corporate, franchise, and affiliate stores; and a network of 14 hardware and construction-materials distribution centers, as well as approximately 60 sales outlets and 4 distribution centers for plumbing and HVAC market. RONA inc. was founded in 1939.”




TCLAF: Transcontinental Inc. (TCL/A):Toronto Stock Exchange

“provides media and marketing activation solutions in Canada and the United States. The company creates products and services that allow businesses to attract, reach, and retain their target customers. It engages in printing activities for publishers of magazines, books, and newspapers, as well as retail customers; and publishing magazines, newspapers, books, custom content, and mass and personalized marketing materials. The company also operates a digital network of approximately 3,500 Websites and a door-to-door network for distributing advertising material that allows advertisers to reach consumers directly. In addition, it offers interactive marketing products and services that use new communication platforms supported by marketing strategy and planning services, database analytics, pre-media, e-flyers, email marketing, custom communications, and mobile solutions. Further, the company provides television content creation services that could be delivered on various communication platforms, from TV channels for general broadcasting to new media, Internet, and mobile channels. Transcontinental Inc. was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.”

TransForce Inc. (TFIFF) : TFI:Toronto Stock Exchange 



TransForce Inc., “provides freight transportation and logistics services. It operates through four segments: Package and Courier, Less-Than-Truckload, Truckload, and Specialized Services. The Package and Courier segment provides non-expedited business-to-business parcel delivery services in Canada. The Less-Than-Truckload segment provides partial-load general-freight shipment to customers in North America. The Truckload Segment engages in the full-load transport of general merchandise in North America; and provides various value-added services, including bulk material shipments, and expedited deliveries and transport by open trailers. The Specialized Services segment provides a range of logistics services, which include international freight forwarding, fleet management, and personnel placement agencies; integrated management of industrial, commercial, and residential solid waste collection and treatment; and rig relocation services, including disassembly, transportation, and reassembly of oil and gas drilling rigs to the energy industry. As of December 31, 2012, the company had 11,380 power units and 11,700 trailers. TransForce Inc. is headquartered in Saint-Laurent, Canada.”



URNAF: Urbana Corp... URB:Toronto

"Urbana Corporation is a publically owned investment manager. The firm invests in public equity markets across the globe. Its investments are managed by Caldwell Investment Management Ltd. Urbana Corporation is based in Toronto, Canada."




2 comments:

thelouthebronx said...

What do you use to screen for cannibals?

ShadowStock said...

Hi Lou

I don’t use screens but instead create my own programs. Not sure if the effort to look at Canadian pink sheets is even worth the effort. So many great companies in Canada but finding data on US listed companies is easier for me. But after starting the work I stumbled on a site where you can get free insider data on Canadian stocks. More work is needed to finish this post.

http://www.canadianinsider.com/