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scottr2958 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 9, 2015 11:36 AM Member since: Feb 17, 2012
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    time to get some more dry powder

    by ruswise Jun 1, 2015 5:07 PM
    scottr2958 scottr2958 Jun 2, 2015 12:34 PM Flag

    I do not find the per share price in any of the news releases. Can someone help?

  • scottr2958 by scottr2958 Jun 6, 2015 8:48 AM Flag

    Any thoughts on this major drop in PPS, without any real news? I wonder if day traders saw a big opportunity with only 311k shares traded daily on average? And fears about staff cuts in the new purchase of Columbus newspaper? I'm leaning in that direction. With current yield of 6%, and its excellent track record, I am a long term holder. -Scott

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    June 5 12% drop in PPS

    by scottr2958 Jun 6, 2015 8:48 AM
    scottr2958 scottr2958 Jun 6, 2015 8:58 AM Flag

    And here's some more positive data about NEWM, according to Yahoo Finance: Forward PE of 12; Price to book of 1.5; Est 2015 EPS is $.88 and est for 2016 is $1.57; of 5 analysts they list the consensus is 1.2 strong buy rating, with the high PPS target of $37 and the low of $30 (Friday closed at just under $19); over last 52 weeks, PPS has rised 28% compared to the S & P rising only 7.3%.

    Makes me think that this is a re-set, a correction, in a market that is now overly nervous, with Greece, etc.

    Other thoughts? -Scott

  • scottr2958 scottr2958 Jun 9, 2015 11:36 AM Flag

    So, bob, what is your read on the reasons for the big PPS drop? You seem to be optimistic, as I am. But it does shake some confidence that the PPS can drop so hugely without specific bad news, doesn't it? -Scott

  • Hello fellow FNHC followers. So, any predictions for the First Q report in terms of policy count? EPS? Lackluster stock action in the past couple of months, to be sure. From my perspective, the best thing that can be said is that a good floor of around $29-30 has been established, solidly established. Nonetheless, we are down 20%+ from 52-week PPS high of $37. In this current market, where can one find a growing company, with experienced and trusted long-term senior management, with such good past and future PE, P/B, ROA, etc? In this market, I cannot find many companies like that. So my sense is that FNHC is and continues to be a very successful company and with patience will continue to reward us long-term shareholders. You opinions? -Scott

  • scottr2958 scottr2958 May 4, 2015 9:42 AM Flag

    Hey jatink....good to see you posting, for the first time, maybe. Glad to hear that you are also heavily invested in FNHC, and for the long term. There are 2-3 very good posters on this board. Very informed about insurance business it seems. FNHC trades are very volatile, not uncommon to see 20% up or down, over a 1-3 month time period. I have this sense that day traders like it a lot. In my opinion, this is a solid $30 stock, regardless. And once Monarch business starts ramping up, I think it is easily a $35 stock. And in 2-3 years I would not be surprised to see $40. But it will definitely be a bumpy ride up to that point. And if the upcoming hurricane season results in some Florida damage, well, even more bumps. -Scott

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    by huahua777 May 1, 2015 10:45 AM
    scottr2958 scottr2958 May 4, 2015 9:45 AM Flag

    Thanks, hua...always appreciate your wisdom on FNHC. I am not as confident as you are that that "wild gyration" in PPS action is ending....I think it will remain until Monarch business takes hold over the next 1-2 years. But, hey, picking up shares at the $25-26 range is a no-brainer, in my opinion. See you back at $30 over the next few months, I suspect. -Scott

  • scottr2958 scottr2958 Jun 5, 2015 1:37 PM Flag

    Big drop today, and it is not yet the end of the day. And already about ten times the normal volume. There must be some news coming out. I cannot image that the buying of Columbus newspaper has caused this big drop. There must be something else. -Scott

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