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OneMain Holdings, Inc. (OMF)

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59.25-0.05 (-0.08%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
59.25 +0.03 (0.05%)
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  • T
    I finally took today as an entry point. Not the entry point that I wanted, but I ent in for 1,000 shares @
    $58.74. I am optimistic, rightly or wrongly.
  • K
    This stock doesn't like that $60 mark. Been there a few times but can't quite hold 60 at close. 65 by 8/1.
  • B
    we are doing well here and it should continue to 64-65 range in a month. Boolean
  • T
    I just discovered this hidden gem. WOW! Company was founded in 1920. Impressive. I do have one point of curiosity, though. According to their YAHOO charts, it didn't start paying dividends until 2019. That does not alarm me, but it is curious.
  • g
    When is the amount of the August special dividend announced? Just curious.
  • M
    I just discovered this stock and I must say it almost seems too good to be true. Low PE, great earnings, outrageous dividend, lots of growth potential... am I missing something on the downside?
  • A
    I think we see 75 by EOY.
  • j
    What are OMF holders supposed to conclude from data showing that consumers have dramatically reduced their credit card balances? Does that mean there will be reduced demand for OMF credit products? This is a genuine question. I'm long. OMF is well run, and mgmt interests are aligned with shareholders, so this thing could take off and run to 80. Or slide to 40.
  • C
    hello OMF holders... so my research is saying dividends is 13.14% on dividends essentially about $0.70US per quarter so $2.80US per share per annum. is that right .. sounds very high.. thinking about buying 1000 shares if this is true.. trying to figure this out just getting into investing.. if you dont mind to give me some advice would be much appreciated.. thanks
  • B
    stay long....enjoy it. Boolean
  • I
    Are the dividends paid by OMF classified as "Qualified" or "Ordinary"? "Qualified Dividends" are taxed at capital gains rates 0%, 15% or 20%. "Ordinary Dividends" are taxed at higher ordinary income tax rates.

    Thanks for your time. I really appreciate it.
  • R
    Does anyone have any feedback from today's Annual Stockholder's meeting? The stock rallied nicely yesterday and this morning, leading up to the meeting, however, began giving back the gains shortly after .... Very curious to learn if there was any dialogue around the OMF dividend model and if the bi-annual special dividends are going to continue ...
  • B
    Great management, for customers and shareholders ! Keep the faith and read their financials !
    The best is yet to come.
  • P
    Baby is going places! The offering is no biggie.

    - OMF raised the dividend
    - had a great earnings report
    - special dividend twice a year
    - the offer won’t dilute the free float
    - just buy more or hold your position

    70+ by end of May!
  • K
    A big thank you to all the ill-informed panic sellers today. I've been waiting for this dip since late February. Bring it down a bit more so I can add on the cheap.
  • C
    Apollo is only selling slightly under one fifth of their position, as they own a whopping total of more than 43 million shares of OMF. No wonder they're selling some. Just thinking out loud, I believe it's a positive that they're selling a "few" of their shares (around 440M worth), as you don't want companies to have too much control. I believe we could also see a rise in the PPS as a result of this.

    I checked and the institutional ownership percentage is relatively high with OMF. My brokerage account claims it's 95%, while Nasdaq shows around 86%.

    Based on the filing, it looks like different prices can and will be negotiated, so could be lower, higher, or market prices. Just looking at the ridiculously low valuation, and considering institutional investors wouldn't get many shares on the open market without skyrocketing the PPS, we all shouldn't be surprised to see the stock do well as shares are bought up from Apollo. Could I be wrong? Sure, but we're not talking about a high float stock with little interest, and an overpriced valuation. Entities will want in, and possibly big, and this is their perfect opportunity to do so. As Apollo tries to sell 440M in stock, give or take, we also shouldn't forget that OMF just announced a 150M share buyback which could come into play.
  • m
    Question. Does this company pay dividends each quarter ??
  • E
    Some people hit a COMPLETE WINNER during the heart of the pandemic when they bought this stock. Based on today's divi IF you bought it back then that's a yield of 45%. Wish I saw that and took action....
  • M
    The next special dividend for this stock will be around August 10 and will pay between $3.50 and $4.00 per share.
  • A
    Man, this stock is an absolute gift. Look at that EPS