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H&R Block, Inc. (HRB)

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23.50 -0.35 (-1.47%)
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    Andrew
    I thought they were mostly renting properties. Did not know they had real estate.
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    Sam
    New 52 week high. This is very bullish indicator.
    Look for $25 next.
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    Sasquatch
    Just bought me 150 shares yesterday. Thank you Tradesmith for the recommendation 😊
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    Sam
    HRB is an acquisition target considering their real estate holding.
    An $8B acquisition by any bank which wants to enter this tax domain and the stock would be at $45.
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    Sam
    Barrons: H&R Block Wants to Do More Than Your Taxes. Why Its Stock Is a Buy.
    Bullish
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    philip
    This stock is about to fall flat, anyone can see that. Good luck waiting for another push.
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    rick
    The problem for H&R Block this year has been the deluge of phone calls that make it very difficult for in-office tax-preparers to get anything done. Block has tried to counter the late season start (in their usual excessively frugal manner) by hiring less Receptionists... so the phones ring off the hook & the tax people have to get them. In the beginning of the year it was: "Where's my stimulus check! Where's my Stimulus check?" Then... it was: "Why is my refund taking so long! Why is my refund taking so long?" Lately, it's been: "You told me to come in and file early, now I read that I can get my unemployment taxes back... when can I get them back?!"
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    Sam
    Guys; think about it this way. Which company will pay you $1.04 dividend per share at $19 price a share?
    And add to this the potential of HRB getting acquired; so you would get more upside on your initial capital investment if this happens.
    Bullish
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    Money369
    Hey, most of the investors' concerns are overblown regarding the IRS extension! This is literally the best and most bullish news for HRB. The premarket price for this morning proves me right. Last year the same thing happened and some of last year's revenue and profits got pushed over to the first quarter 2021 already so even though IRS is extending deadline this time, the impact will be $2.4 EPS with extension vs. $3.5 EPS with regular April 15th deadline, which is drastically better than year 2020, which was $0.84 EPS vs $2.5 EPS without extension. This can only mean very bullish thing for year 2022 because next year EPS will be $3.5 EPS. You know Wall Street loves year over year growth and thus it is very bullish news for HRB because this literally extends and guarantees year over year growth for two tax years(2021 and 2022)over 2020! 2020 EPS $0.84, 2021 EPS $2.54 EPS, and 2022 EPS $3.55! Fantastic! Very bullish! The news could not have been better! Continued strength in HRB until August 2021 is what I will predict and it may even go higher until September.
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    michael
    My wife is a seasonal tax preparer for HRB and her office is overwhelmed with customers this season due to AARP limiting their free tax services due to COVID. If this follows in other locations, then earnings should skyrocket in fourth quarter.
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    Anonymous
    At least something in my portfolio is not red!
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    Yahoo Finance Insights
    H&R Block is down 4.91% to 20.33
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    Sam
    $1.04 dividend per share is the key here; as long as they are maintaining it; we are good here.
    Bullish
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    Money369
    This news is very bullish for HR Block!! Happy St. Patrick! https://www.cnn.com/2021/03/17/politics/irs-filing-deadline-may-15/index.html
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    C
    Seniors who are used to getting free tax prep have fairly cheap tax returns (VITA sites don't usually handle complex returns) and aren't interested in high-profit upsell products. They don't intend to return when the free sites open again. They will not make up for all the "young family" clients that have too much time at home & are playing around with tax prep software.
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    Money369
    IMHO, HRB heading to $25 per share this most recent dip. 🤑 🤑 🤑 Only 8 X 2021 EPS and 🤑 🤑 5.5 times 2022 EPS🤑 🤑 where as $GME is trading at close to 200X 2021 EPS probably 😰 😱 300X 2022 EPS, 😰 😱$TSLA is at least 120X 2021 EPS, 😰 😱 $CCL is trading burning cash to the 😰 😱 tune of $7 billion in 2021! and perhaps another $2 billions will be burned in 2022. 😰 😱People just buying $CCL on the hope that it will be recovery that is going to take a lot longer than expected. 😰 😱 Just pure madness. 😰 😱
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    Money369
    Earnings on Monday, March 9. My prediction. Earnings will be bad and completely miss estimates. 😅😅😅
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    R
    H&R Block doesn't have qualified workers. Those are people from a street. I had hard times with them.
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    philip
    Volume on this stock is way down because most have lost interest. Those holding for long term gains will be sadly disappointed. That's very easy to see!
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    na
    Added to my position, technically we have already broken up: https://invst.ly/tx9pe
    If you look at a longer term chart, we are bouncing of the historical long-term support trend line https://invst.ly/tx9rs
    I'm in somewhat similar industry and we are quite far from sufferings, we are actually growing.
    Also fed is reporting record number of small businesses opened in 2020.
    With the short ratio being where it is, we are very likely to see some of them covering. Earning coming out on March 4th and I wouldn't expect to see anything even remotely bad.