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OneMain Holdings, Inc. (OMF)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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37.89-1.16 (-2.97%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
38.23 +0.34 (+0.90%)
After hours: 07:16PM EDT
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  • R
    Robert
    Stock is too cheap.
    Bullish
  • T
    TBone
    I had intended harvest next month's dividend. But......... If the market wants to sell us down, I think that I will DRIP it.
  • T
    TBone
    Nice price action yesterday and in premarket today! Sellers will re-appear after Xdiv next week. I will not be one of them.
  • R
    Robert
    I bought more than Schulman but I must admit it is nice to see the Chairman buy more shares.
  • s
    santafenm1
    This last quarter they returned 95 cents in dividends and about 60-70 cents in stock buyback for a total of over $1.50 per share.
  • R
    Robert
    still cheap. Easily worth 45-48 No PE here and earnings will grow
  • T
    TBone
    I am a bit nervous about tomorrow's earnings report, but I am holding tight.
  • B
    Bob
    WOW!
  • R
    Robert
    It appears to me that EPS will beat. Also deliquency is in line with expectations. As we move forward it follows that there is an opportunity to grow revenue. Target price is $50 in 12 months or less.
    Bullish
  • H
    Hit em with the Hein
    My daughters first stock in her newly open custodial account. Wonder what it will be worth when she turns 21?
  • L
    Lobo
    They have a good amount of cash and they’re making a profit; assuming future potential defaults are hedged, now would be a really good time to bring back the special dividend….. even a small one would show significant confidence.
  • R
    Robert
    This is setting up very nice going into earnings.The company is very certain to beat on EPS and that is what counts in the sub prime business. Also this is selling at a PE < 5. Hard to believe. With a dividend of > $9. Pretty good opportunity.
    Bullish
  • L
    Lobo
    What a difference a day makes. Sector is up 1.5.- 13%.
    OMF being way oversold should make a good deal of that before earnings. Terrific earnings will get us moving back to real value.
  • s
    steve
    I'm pretty sure its the guidance that will determine the movement in price - the co isn't well placed for an economy where people aren't even paying their phone bills on time (according to AT&T)
  • L
    Lobo
    The combined hyped fear of higher interest rates, recession and “sub prime” customer base, scared off many would be buyers and appears to be overdone.
    First, credit card interest rates generally go unnoticed. Most people have no idea the rate on their credit card.
    Second, this recession appears it will be a decreasing on GDP without the large corresponding layoffs. There are still two job openings for every person unemployed.
    Last, OMF’s customer base hold credit ratings below the best. While called sub prime, they are not the group that we’re given mortgages for which they didn’t qualify. These are working class middle and lower middle income people. The hype was that the recession would trigger huge numbers of defaults. Not only does history (of the working class defaults) not support the negative hype, if the layoffs don’t materialize, OMF’s earning should be fine given the interest rate increases.
  • C
    Capt
    Looks like a good short, as they missed on Q2 estimates. They're still turning a profit, but revenues are way down from last year. Heading into a recession with interest rates continuing to rise won't be a good thing for them, IMO. Investors will still have their great dividend for now, but with a PPS that continues to decline on decreasing revenues it likely only benefits income investors.
    Bearish
  • R
    Robert
    TBone we will have to wait until tomorrow morning for earnings report. I am not sure why it was delayed.
  • J
    Jake
    $19 or $12, that is the question. Where will the bottom be. A look at the yahoo chart set at “max” may tell us. Regardless, it’s got a ways to go (down).
  • A
    Alan
    It was all about the reserves. They drew down reserves and made Q1 look great, the. Had to add them back and made Q2 look bad. They need to be smarter than that. Folks want their financial stocks to be steady. Maybe they’ve learned something from this debacle.
  • A
    Alindallas2000
    The consensus on Yahoo has this between a hold and a buy. It's interesting that Schwab just uprated it from a strong sell to a sell (F to D) while CFRA has it at a buy, although both claim their ratings are based on quantitative analyses. I don't like the pps performance over the last year. While I understand the adverse effects of the increase in interest rates, it seems overdone. Trying to decide if it has put in a low at 34.22 and this is the early stages of a rebound or just a dead cat bounce. Will probably wait to see Q2 ER in 3 weeks before pulling the trigger.
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