I would like to hear from employees who are also concerned about their 401K. The lack of growth in our stock price and trading volume over the last three years is most worrisome. Past statements and promises by senior corporate execs coupled with recent events make it more so.
OH NO! What will we do for fun if Louey gets deported?
Actually, you are correct. There is ample proof of corporate and personal libel by this creep. The Kennedys would never bring a lawsuit against this guy - its not their style.
But, what about us stockholders? An interesting thought.
As always, Worm, your posts are thought-provoking.
Thanks for the information, Son.
The fact that this Mr. Leclezio, a foreigner, has come from the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius to the United States, to slander, libel and disparage the good reputation and character of the First American Corporation and its esteemed executives is certainly disturbing.
His efforts to make a mockery of our heritage and founding fathers are dispicable and immoral, if not illegal.
Firstly, I would support a full investigation by agents from the INS. During this period of hightened national security, I believe it would be appropriate for a exacting review of the circumstances and facts of Mr. Leclezio's entry to the US. If he has assumed the identity of Mr. Brusca, a repected member of the FAF community, we can only conclude that he has other aliases which he may be operating under. One thing is certain, that the INS authorities should be made aware of harrassing behavior and evaluate his potential for other terrorist activities.
Further, I believe that Louis Leclezio's posts on these boards make out a prima facia case for slanderous disparagement of reputation of the First American Corporation with intent to cause financial damage to its shareholders. Judgment should be taken on these serious charges and Leclezio's reported ownership interest in sugar cane plantations should be siezed as just compensation. Contacts will be made to the authorities in order that we may rid our country of those who come to here to abuse our system.
Then he could be deported to insect infested country where he came from.
Tom � You have every reason to gripe. All the pie in the sky that was fed (unrealistic poison pill etc.) has finally all come crashing to earth. In Parker�s own words, the yield is very low, the stock price growth over the last three years is non existent. We have been the mere victims of a cruel hoax over the last few years.
As for the shill who keeps this BB going � he is so transparent under his multiple personalities � he should be fired. He is doing us more harm than good. Trading volume is dwindling to a trickle. Senior execs should keep their mouths shut and the stock price allowed to find its own level.
All the manipulative attempts have damaged this company�s image. It is no longer what it used to be. The young blood within the company is running wild, Parker only shares the last name of the founder but unfortunately none of the integrity, credibility or business acumen. Is there a white knight willing to save us?
19). We are fundamentally a technology stock:
20). The Momentum people:
21). Faf game over get out:
22). I guarantee you some time this year:
<< As for the shill who keeps this BB going � he is so transparent under his multiple personalities � he should be fired. I personally find his Lecleziophobia most amusing. If nothing else his nightly nightmares about Leclezio appear to provide him with an instant cure for and distraction from all the very real First American problems.
Employees/Investors have been equally fooled.
<< Senior execs should keep their mouths shut and the stock price allowed to find its own level. >> That is an understatement. Consider what Kennedy, Klemens and Kermott represented in the audio links below and compare it with reality then and today.
1). $40 right now:
2). Not easy to get in or out of small cap:
3). Business is very very good.
4). Buying companies cheap:
5). Volume much improved from 400,000:
6). Stock will come back so we can use it again:
7). Crazy world right now, valuations really aren�t entirely fair:
8). Culture get everyone to sell everything:
9). Stock down but we are going to work on that:
10). Accounting change effect:
11). Today we have blown our horn:
12). Improved dividend 2% yield is low:
13). By far the biggest title insurance company:
14). Improve earnings to bring stock value up:
15). FAF over reserved for claims:
16). All things to all people Hit the streets:
17). Why take a risk with a small cap:
18). I guarantee you:
19). We are fundamentally a technology stock:
This is our old friend, Leclezio, stealing the name of a fine retired regional vice president of FAF. Louis, you moron - employees at FAF have total control over their 401k accounts; they have numerous investment vehicles to choose from, and their accounts only contain FAF stock if they so choose - no ENRON here. Keep trying Louis; your efforts are so pathetic.
I agree that the v p promtional news is boring. Co's should be embarrassed if they consider this news. On the positive, Fannie Mae earnings were up 69%. In most areas, new home sales are up 15-20% and start ups in Dallas/Ft Worth were up 19.5%. There is only a 4 month inventory of homes, which is low. The houses in the $350k + range are slowing down, but under 350 the housing boom continues. You got to love the strong fundamentals. The last several months the $ has been going to tech, which is now over valued. The question is when will the rotation come back to this sector. FAF is a great buy at this level if you have patience to hold for several months. This isn't a stock for the day traders. The co will easily beat earnings expectations. There were several insider buys in December @ $18 +. IMO
DORL announced record earnings today. Looks like we will see another 1/4 cent drop in interest rates. There is a shortage of new home inventory. This sector will remain strong into 2003. It will take at least this long for inventory to get into balance of demand. I remain long on DORL, FAF,LFG, & FBC.