b/c of all that cash that offsets debt and mrkt cap. which isn't doing much to support the share price.
looking at some other insurers one realizes how small HIG is via comparison.
imho someone out to buy (or conversely someone ought to sell) this insurer.
well it wouldn't take much for HIG to do better than I believe. Most interesting thing to me on the next qtr report is how many shares are outstanding.
maybe market worried about property claims/damage due to the winter storms. that BV can dissipate quickly with an abundance of claims.
apparently Mr Market is skeptical of the BV numbers. Same with some banks a while back and other insurers presently. when the market drops like this why buy a weal sister when you can buy the shares of stronger companies
to some extent mgmnt lost credibility when the share float increased in spite of the share by back program....at least in my non-humble opinion. and it does indeed make eps harder to increase when there are more outstanding.
based upon what time frame? seems like analysts use past 12 months, 6 back & 6 forward or 12 months in advance. So first you need to determine what time frame to measure.
I'd sure look at 6 & 6....imho.
most glowing report I can recall reading on any stock.......
you get the prize for verbosity! but all that t needs to show up as earnings and not yearnings.
so far all I see and feel are yearnings.
know when the next report is? tia
I'm beginning to feel like a fly hanging around the outhouse with this one.....
"dirty little secret" ? what am I missing? I see receivables of $3.9 mil up to $4.5mil in Nov.
at the least rmcf should change the corporate name to "RMCF" and be a holding company.
And most corporations like to have a 3rd rail (subsidiary or division whatever) for balance. Maybe RMCF (the holding corp) will buy out Marble Slab, Cold Stone or something.....