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M/I Homes, Inc. (MHO)

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  • s
    steppenduck
    Many are surprised why this stock is priced so low, but you have to notice they have been making a lot of money and not giving any of it back to shareholders through dividends or stock buy backs. They aren't a tech company that is building a moat. They're just building houses and they aren't very shareholder friendly if you ask me.
    Neutral
  • R
    Russell
    The reason MHO just hangs around $45 is there is One
    Analyst who has them earning $2.95/shr for just the December quarter...........That is a Big number, and I don't see why he would have it bigger than what they did for September quarter-Summer.
  • J
    JPG
    there has to be a way to take advantage of these days when there are selloffs across the board in certain sectors. Today 4% on the housing stocks. I follow -- MHO and LGIG -- Both down more than 4% on low volume and ?reason. I am guessing computer programs kick in and sell every thing in the sector, even though LGIH just reported amazing December sales number. Clearly nothing company specific and I wonder why there would be a forcast for slower growth if Covid vaccine gets distributed and unemployment numbers start improving -- which they did yesterday. Any one out there think this can bump up 4% in the next few trading days? I am betting yes.
    Bullish
  • B
    BuyoutCandidate
    Why own MHO or any builder when you can own a Lumber seller like $RFP who gets $1000/board foot. Resolute Forrest Products
    Bullish
  • J
    JPG
    How does this company compare to MTH -- Meritage Homes Corp -- which has recently garnered "strong buy" upgrade by some analysts. Of course MTH has done poorly for several months -- but my evaluation shows MHO to be growing faster, better price to book, and a better buy overall if the housing market continues to do well. The note I read on bank of america is that the experts expect the housing market not to do well this coming year -- seems odd to me, but I am wrong with my thinking very often. Wonder if any one out there has an opinion to render and knows more about this company. It's growth seems impressive, it's financial status solid. Personally think it can double in 3 years but then again with Democrats now in control I do suspect we could be in for a further recession on top of the COVID nightmare . For the past year the best gains have been jumping on momentum with companies wildly overpriced ( but that stategy has made incredible wealth for some). With my luck, though, I always jump on when the boat is about to sink and get killed, so I look for good growth and solid fundamentals. Not able to gauge how well a company is run like maybe a Warren Buffet who has the mental tools to read the quarterly statements and figure that out. But anybody out there with a crystal ball and experience with housing market stocks I would love to compare ideas. This one is the most solid I can find at the moment. I think as the vaccine rolls out our economy will improve and people will be buying more houses.
    Bullish
  • J
    JPG
    30% undervalued. days like this make me sick -- guess I was not meant for this investing business. watch momentum stocks go to the moon and long term good investments get no notice. guess folks are selling this to buy Bitcoin.
  • J
    JPG
    perhaps the company is about to be bought -- and someone is trying very hard to keep the price down while negotiations are going on. otherwise why sell shares for a 6% loss on such a day. this is a real puzzle like others I follow -- I am sick of the stock market manipulators.
  • K
    Karlfried
    Sales only fell short because they did't have enough lots and homes finished. With EPS of over $8 last year, what is the stock doing at $46? Insane. Next year, they will probably make over $10 EPS, with their surging backlog. Return on Equity is 22%, book value $44. The share price is insanely cheap.
    Bullish
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes is down 6.71% to 49.09
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes reached a 52 Week high at 57.04
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes reached a 52 Week high at 56.07
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes is up 6.90% to 56.09
  • R
    Russell
    wow..........what a move!

    This is Industry related so maybe the Democrats will be buying everybody a house while the USA government doesn't have any money..........so they Take from Paul to give to Peter.
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes is up 7.06% to 49.46
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes reached a 52 Week high at 54.29
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes reached a 52 Week high at 50.46
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes reached a 52 Week high at 53.16
  • Y
    Yahoo Finance Insights
    M/I Homes is down 6.65% to 46.29
  • r
    rachid
    growth stock climbing every year an additional 15%+ in earnings trading at a PE of 7???
    you have got to be kidding!!!!
  • j
    jung
    It will not reach $45 in a day...possibly in a few months.
    But why would anybody sell it at this price???
    Bullish