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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Interfor Corporation T.IFP

Alternate Symbol(s):  IFSPF

Interfor Corp produces and sells lumber, timber, and other wood products. The company operates sawmills to convert timber into lumber, logs, wood chips, and other wood products for sale. The firm also harvests timber for its sawmills on forest land owned by the Canadian government. Interfor pays the Canadian government stumpage fees based on the number of trees it harvests. The company's primary customers are in the construction and renovation industries. The majority of revenue is generated from the sale of lumber. The majority of Interfor's revenue comes from the United States.

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Low Volume

Practically no volume today.  No one is interested in the recent insider buying......what a turd this stock is.  Housing sales are going down further and further.....  rate and reply

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More Insider Buying

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Homebuilders vs. Lumber Producers

If homebuilders hold up, IFP and CFP should bounce. Homebuilders vs. Lumber Producers - Relative Performance June 19, 2022     ...read more

Scotia Capital

Though he now sees the prices for wood products, including lumber, finishing above his projections in the second quarter, Scotia Capital analyst Benoit Laprade expects a decline through the remainder...read more

RE:RE:$280 per thousand board feet

Depends on the takeover price....I'm sure for the right price, the board would jump at it.  Interfor's whole strategic premise is to eventually be taken over by Canfor or West Fraser. I...read more

RE:$280 per thousand board feet

I don't think the board would support a takeover but a SIB in the $25-$30 range would be nice. They might try to take over GFP. It's wild that a company that made $6.69 last quarter (and will...read more

$280 per thousand board feet

At $25 per share, Interfor is trading at close to $280 per thousand board feet.  $25.00 X 54,788,000 shares outstanding / 4,900,000 thousand board feet capacity.  Actual realiable capacity...read more

RE:RFP vs. IFP

Ooof.  That's quite a take.  I have concentrated positions in both, larger to RFP.  Add in WFG and ADN for the hyper-concentrated yet conservative set of holdings.   IFP is...read more

RE:RFP vs. IFP

My guess is that news about RFP asset sales has leaked and that's why it's up this week. Pulp is also doing well at the moment.  rate and reply

RFP vs. IFP

Can someone enlighten me? The way I see it RFP has just about climbed to IFP's market cap but has much worse fundementals. Any reason why??  rate and reply

Short Interest down 44% as of May 31st

Just released, short interest in Interfor down significantly.  Almost at an all time low.  SIB coming. INTERFOR CORPORATION IFP TSX 1338118...read more

RE:Weird price action on Resolute...

Must be a takeover coming.  rate and reply

Weird price action on Resolute...

Something is going on with RFP.Could it be Canfor looking at them? Last week, there was a huge volume day.Probably a block  rate and reply

CIBC

Have a $45.00 target. GLTA EQUITY RESEARCH June 3, 2022 Flash Research INTERFOR CORPORATION On The Road With Interfor Our Conclusion Takeaways...read more

Premarket ask of 28.51?

Can't you Canadian traders buy that?  rate and reply

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Trees Weekly FP Equities Rallied Last Week, in Tandem with Broader Markets Lumber and OSB Price Declines have Accelerated Following two months of sharp...read more

Trading at more than half it's replacement cost

At $33 ,IFP is trading at $384,600 / MBF We all know that the cost of building a new mill is in between $800,000 and $1,100,000 So what are worth IFP  highly profitable and well located mills? ...read more