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Newtek Business Services Corp. (NEWT)

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  • t
    the Greek
    NEWT dropped by about 45% since May 21. But if an investor held, and reinvest the dividends, that investor would have covered approximately half of his/her loss at this point in time. As for the future, that investor will have more shares to get even more dividends, and any appreciation of the stock price would reduce the time to become even, and profitable. Using this approach one never need to worry about one's timing.
  • r
    rob
    Is the Div safe
  • D
    David ddskof
    The way @the Greek puts their spin on a declining stock price, it almost sounds like a good thing shares have gone down in value. The bottom line is the dividend doesn't cover the amount of value lost after the x-date. You would have been much better off and be able to purchase far more shares with the same money had you sold, foregone the dividend, and bought back later.
  • D
    David ddskof
    Cashed out just before the dividend. It was tough because the dividend is pretty juicy. Really like the company, but hate the investing environment as a whole. I'm sure I'll be back. GL everyone.
  • J
    Jim
    Nibbled some more today, after down 7%. Stock got downgraded yesterday afternoon by Refinity/Verus (who are they?), after getting raised in the morning by Raymond James, but no other fundamental news. Long Newt.
  • r
    rob
    Hope it gets to26
  • B
    Bah
    Is NEWT still a BDC? I thought I read about a year ago thay were channing to be a bank holding company.
  • E
    Elliot
    I read in Summary of presentation that the stock will continue to pay dividends as a BHC is that true?
  • s
    selllowtome
    SBA variable interest rate rules change impact?? Hard to imagine company would be blind sided by it.
  • c
    chris
    great earning. Very positive presentation. Details on BHC. I think Sloane wants to prove something(s) and is hell bent on exceeding expectations. I believe in his enthusiasm and look to this stock to march higher and deliver a solid dividend.
    He leaned into monetizing Newtek One Dashboard- IF he can this will be a low cost to operate /high return biz...Could be an under the radar success story.

    Once a BHC and in a few years- if that someone will look to take over, I predict.
  • C
    Crazy Horse
    Newt wants to sell more shares below the current price. Vote against it it or watch share price drop from dilution of shares. No thanks
  • r
    rob
    What does the k-8 form indicate
  • B
    Big biggies
    Why NEWT want to sell more stocks?

    Can NEWT keep paying dividends, as it is from next years?
  • r
    rob
    Thinking of buying more if they announce descent dividend could fly something’s in the works it seems
  • S
    Stewart
    After reading some articles online I am now an expert.

    NEWT is transitioning from a Business Development Company (BDC) to a Bank Holding Company (BHC). These are legalise terms of how an organization exists and operates.

    As a BHC, NEWT can be more involved in different businesses while spreading their overall risk across the different endeavors.

    BDCs like REITs must return a high percentage of their profits to shareholders per the law. Not so with BHCs. So although mgmt said they intend to pay the full 2021 dividend guidance, the dividend will likely get cut starting in 2022.....which is also probably the time their BHC status will be approved the Federal Reserve.

    Mgmt will stay the same and it seems these smart people continue to maximize all the avenues to be successful in the highly regulated business world.

    So now NEWT in the future will be able to reinvest the money that always goes towards dividends back into developing businesses that they oversee.

    NEWT has seen great growth and returns as evidenced by their stock's increase. So to me, this transition to a BHC allows them more potential to develop, grow and have even larger positive returns to the shareholders. The problem is this is likely years down the road and investors want money now. So, will investors sell until NEWT is a successful BHC? Totally stinks bc it seemed what NEWT was doing as a BDC was a good thing and now they are taking a step back to take two steps forward.

    So I say all this bc I lost 15% of my portfolio tonight in after hours trading. Will the stock drop more in the days to come or do these business restructuring moves bounce back quickly??
  • T
    Tricia
    Investment Summary
    Newtek Business Services Corp. has a differentiated BDC model
    Newtek is an internally managed BDC; does not pay a 4% management fee to an external manager
    Portfolio companies are wholly owned, most for over 10 years
    Portfolio company dividends tend to be less sensitive to credit risk, interest rates and inflation, and could
    potentially benefit with such increases
    Forecast paying an annual cash dividend of $1.84 per share in 2019
    Proven track record; Established in 1998; publically traded since September 2000
    Over 15-year lending history through multiple lending cycles; great depth and breadth of experience
    NSBF does not purchase repackaged loans; instead, originates on a true retail basis leading to strong
    credit quality and loan performance
    Small balance, industry and geographically diversified portfolio of 1,844 loans with an average loan size of
    approximately $181K of the average unguaranteed retained loan balance
    Floating rate notes without a cap, tied to Prime and with a quarterly rate adjust
    Management’s interests aligned with shareholders; management and Board combined own approximately
    6.3% of outstanding shares as of September 30, 2018
    No derivative securities in BDC; No SBIC leverage; Do not invest in CDOs or loans with equity kickers,
    No 2nd lien or mezzanine financing as a business line
    No direct lending exposure to oil and gas industry
  • J
    Jochen
    Bought some more.
  • J
    JEFFC
    I currently own 52,000 shares and have been a huge supporter of Barry Sloane and have considered him as a genius with the company he has built. What he is thinking now I have no idea. He is turning the Co. into a bank. Banks are very unpopular, they are heveally regulated and restrained by the Fed, politicians are after them all the time and the Fed regulates their Dividend payouts to around 30% to 40% of profits. What this means to me is about a $250,000 stock loss tomorrow and an annual Dividend going from $160,000 to probably $60,000 if I'm lucky. The banks have had trouble since 2008 of meeting Fed. benchmarks, achieving share price appreciation and Dividend increases. I am deeply disappointed but I will wait and see. I'm not selling tomorrow with a $5 drop!
  • S
    Steven
    About 10 days ago CEO said loan referrals are up 800%...Gov't stimulus virtually eliminates increase in loan losses for next 2 qtrs. By law, 90% of profits MUST be distributed...unless there is something in stimulus package that changes that. NEWT must pay a dividend. I for 1 cannot see how a company that was and most probably continues to do most of their volume in SBA loans that were 80% government guaranteed, now going to have Gov't paying principal and interest payments for the next 6 months on existing SBA loans and 100% guaranteed for the next 6 months on new loans, have a major decrease in earnings with referrals increasing substantially...I don't think the USGovt will default on their promise to pay principal and interest for the next 6 months..if there is a negative, selling the loans at a greater "margin" might be a minor issue, but should e offset by larger volume with no losses...that's my thoughts...maybe time to buy more?
  • J
    Jochen
    (NASDAQ: NEWT), an internally managed business development company (“BDC”), today announced that its Board of Directors declared a second quarter 2020 cash dividend of $0.56(1) per share, which is payable on July 31, 2020 to shareholders of record as of July 15, 2020