good luck all you longs I'm heading off for weeks
vacation in Maui and will let all of you battle it out. My
take is that FNF will use up tht 4 million buyback and
loan money for officers very quickly then it'll sink
back down. See you soon..Mahalo
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I'm confused here: with FOMC biased towards
tightening bias, why the market thrug off all that and move
into FNF. In the past, we would get a hammer with that
kind of news.
Well. I guess even the bond
market does not care about the rate hike possibility,
neither should we.
5% increase in the value! Things are cooking in
the kitchen and this baby is going to rock very soon!
The shift is just beginning its move to this sector
and when it takes hold, the sharks will have a
feeding frenzy on this one. Good luck all
The latest news will stimulate a lot more business
from lenders as the refi business is still hanging on
As always, this is only my
I have worked for FNF for 6 years. During my time
here our marketshare has increased dramatically. We we
once in the #4 position we are now the #1 title
company out of 14 in the bay area. Our local management
has been in place for about 4 years and have
excellent relationships with the employees. I know I deal
with them everyday.
I have never met Foley but
from what I hear amongst employees and management is
he is an excellent leader with an ability to make
As for the future, all I can
say is that again this month we are very busy, the
market is shifting towards resales although our refi
business is also very strong. Put all of this together and
it makes a strong case for FNF's
Have you worked for FNF long? During the 94-95
period, how bad is FNF's business? How long has the
current management team in place, Foley et
I'm trying to look over the next business downturn,
and see the viability of FNF's business model.
They're shooting for 15-30% (avg. 20%) growth and ROE
according to CC.
I'm glad FNF is working out for you. My plan on
FNF, for now, is short-term, 6-month over the summer.
I still think this summer is going to be huge for
the housing-related business. All the builders have
much higher P/e than title companies, yet title co's
is reaping all the benefits. Plus, the additional
commercial side of transition coming
Long-term, I don't know if FNF will become No.1 in term of
profitability. I still remember another specialty financial
company, Green Tree Financial, in mobile home loan
securitization biz, which went to hundreds of times over a
decade and got bot out by Household Intl. FNF is moving
into small equipment leasing biz. with Granite
purchase. Considering all the successes this management had
in other related deals (CKS resturant, e.g,), we may
have a good term winner (like THQI).
OT: If you
have time, take a look at SFP. A college student
mentioned it on the THQI (he bot at 10 a few months ago.
Now, it's 40, and still at P/e=11+. Just had 10%
I work for FNF in the Bay Area, we are extremely
busy and have been for for the past two years. We are
experiencing record earnings and profits.
My take on
FNF's stock situation is to hold on. I believe that
this market is way overinflated in internet stocks and
speculative stocks. Where are their earnings? Check FNF's
earnings....they are for real...... real numbers, real
Thanks for the tip on FNF, from
the THQI board. I bought 500 shares last week. This
company looks very sound fundamentally, and technically
the chart is starting to look good too. Again,
Q. D. Fulmer