Yea, not sure other investors will see it that way. But I think the numbers they reported were "solid" - admittedly not spectacular - but they are in a business where the numbers are rarely spectacular - and what you hope for are steadily growing revenues and profits over time, if the company is well run. It seems to me they are on track to accomplish this goal.
I wish they could just find a way to report one freaking EPS number....based on FC estimates headlines will probably state they missed EPS number.
I'm surprised if we go up tomorrow...although BV went up another $2+- and all in all numbers look good!
I think this is a key statement:
U.S. MI had a $40 million net operating loss, an improvement from a $134 million loss in the prior year quarter, primarily from improved loss performance.
All in all, a good report - not a grand slam, but GOOD.
too bad the housing market has started to crater since the tax credit expired, all housing numbers recently have been awful, expect another leg down in housing, they should have shuttered the domestic mi company two years ago.