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minute1trader 9 posts  |  Last Activity: Aug 2, 2012 2:05 PM Member since: Oct 22, 1999
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  • Reply to

    Reason to buy

    by ori.investor Jul 27, 2012 9:44 PM
    minute1trader minute1trader Aug 2, 2012 2:05 PM Flag

    I think everyone want to know HOW MANY SHARES YOU OWN - LONG? If you cannot answer that one question, why should anyone care what you say. NEGATIVE, NEGATIVE, NEGATIVE. All you are doing is pushing the Stock Value down. So tell us all, ARE YOU SHORT OR LONG?

  • Reply to

    CCI legal claims....

    by quantuon Jul 27, 2012 11:44 AM
    minute1trader minute1trader Aug 1, 2012 3:55 PM Flag

    OK - Quantuon. How many shares do you own long or are you just holding a Short position. Everyone knows about Pump and Dump. You sure are not doing that. You are doing the opposite. You pick on every little negative and then you have nothing good to say about Al. You gave us all your negative subjective feeling about what you think about Al with no proof of any kind. Are you reading Al's mind. Say Yes and we will know what kind of person you are. So why are you doing this? Every major player investment house reads these message boards. It has an effect on how they decide when to buy and sell. All these incorrect negative comments does no good to the share value. So come CLEAN. Tell the truth. TELL US HOW MANY SHARE YOU OWN LONG? I guess you own not even one share LONG but I bet you have gone SHORT. Everyone please keep that in mind if you own ORI long and you read Quantuon's comments.

  • minute1trader by minute1trader Jul 23, 2012 3:50 PM Flag

    This Message Board just does not get it. They really do not understand how Al runs this company. Al and ORI believe in a Strong Dividend payout and have for more than the last 40 years. They pride themselves in paying it and increasing it. And they have been doing it for longer than the time they have been involved in the mortgage business. Just read between the lines and you will realize in the conference calls that the dividend is here to stay. This is a well run company. They know how to make money. They know how to use the money they have effectively. I am a long time owner of this stock. I rate this a STRONG BUY and I am buying more.

  • minute1trader by minute1trader Apr 23, 2012 4:27 PM Flag

    I have owned this stock a long time. I am not selling but buying on dips. I rate this stock a STRONG BUY. Everyone on this Message Board needs to listen to the next Conference call on Thurs. 4/26. Everyone has to be very careful about what they say but Al has been very clear in the past. They have the money to pay the Dividend. Yes, he owns a lot of stock and he benefits from the Dividend. My hope is that the Stock goes up over $15 per share before the election and I think there is good chance of a $1 SPECIAL DIVIDEND by year end like they have done before. They have the money to pay it and they know about the change in the Tax Law and want one last shot of paying out at the 15% tax rate. It would be a great gift to Al if he is thinking about retiring soon.

  • minute1trader by minute1trader Oct 21, 2010 1:15 PM Flag

    It has been five years since the last special dividend in Dec 2005. I think that ORI is ready for another special dividend of at least $1.00. ORI has the reserves and its investments have done well. Both PMI and MTG are up quite a bit. I think it is time to reward the strong shareholder base before the change in the tax law. It only seems fair. I would love to hear the opinions of others on this message board.

  • minute1trader by minute1trader Feb 18, 2000 11:29 AM Flag

    When is Al going to do something? I can't believe
    what is going on. I have been a very loyal stock
    holder. I want to know when Al is going to do something
    to help this company. I have tried to call him with
    no success. Why can't someone do something or at
    least respond to the public? I don't want to be
    negative but something has got to be done to help this
    stock at least get back to it's book value. Al - why
    aren't you doing anything?

  • minute1trader by minute1trader Dec 9, 1999 12:01 PM Flag

    What are you saying mlmn40. Just wait for what. I own this stock and am sick of these types of messages. If this is your way of shorting - go somewhere else.

  • Reply to

    Check this out

    by nolferik Sep 30, 1999 7:53 PM
    minute1trader minute1trader Oct 22, 1999 2:40 PM Flag

    Preceptions, preceptions, preceptions. The stock
    has gone down because the industry as a whole has
    gone down. ORI wasn't even effected by all the weather
    issues. The insurance industry right now is not exciting
    - like the internet. I don't know why owners of the
    stock stay as owners and then shot themselves in the
    foot with their comments unless they are also shorting
    the stock. The California situation is an issue that
    I feel is being addressed but more importantly how
    do major players look at these issues. Are mutual
    funds leaving? I have only seen one large block trade
    (i.e. mutual fund) sale recently. What does that say?
    Maybe it says that mutual funds are waiting for the
    gravy train that is a buy out by a large bank that says
    "show me the money" Think about that. Good news instead
    of all the cry babies that have nothing but bad
    news. I would sure like to know if these cry babies own
    any stock or just enjoy crying.

  • Reply to

    Check this out

    by nolferik Sep 30, 1999 7:53 PM
    minute1trader minute1trader Oct 22, 1999 11:44 AM Flag

    I own ORI. Ori is very undervalued. I am sitting
    tight. Comments here are preception. I wander how many
    comments are from owners of the stock. So here is a little
    preception that is also reality to go with all the very well
    informed and logical comments. Glass-Steigel is about to
    go away. That means that banks can buy insurance
    companies. It will be interesting to see who is bought based
    up one complaint about service or some other dum
    comment from anyone who does not understand the
    fundamentals of ORI. Banks are attracted to money. What has
    ORI got a lot of. Enough said.

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