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  • dontbetheball dontbetheball Oct 4, 1999 6:41 PM Flag

    This is hot

    for the tip on anfi-it has #$/share of cash, a
    book value of 4.66 and a 12% yield. I will recapture
    3% of my purchase price with the first diviidend
    payment. It had a nice pop today. The P/E is actually at

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    • You are right in that the early benefactors of
      internet title insurance would be the underwriters and the
      big agents with vast data to mine. However, as
      players like Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and big mortgage
      houses set their requirements for electronic title the
      vendors will become very similar in appearance and
      delivery in order to win market share. A problem inherenet
      in any business that lets the customer or user drive
      the deal. When we all start acting and looking alike
      it will be easier to imitate us. FNMA and Mac will
      become their own insurer as will banks, or they will
      joint venture into entities that are exclusive to
      themselves. Fannie is already trying to subvert the title
      process with their MERS program. We need to be looking at
      the internet and interest rates as the movers of the
      title market. LFG, CTZ and FAF have already sold their
      corporate souls for a piece of the market. I see it in
      internal articles and the trade magazines. I think that
      may be one reason for stock price erosion. FNF in
      behind that could be why they want CTZ.

    • He is selling while the company is buying. Who is right?
      Check Edgar on line to see his forms.

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