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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum First National Financial Corporation T.FN

Alternate Symbol(s):  T.FN.P.B | FNLIF | T.FN.P.A

First National Financial Corp is the parent company of First National Financial LP, a Canadian originator, underwriter, and servicer of predominantly prime residential and commercial mortgages. The company controls its First National Mortgage Investment Fund, which manages economic exposure to a diversified portfolio of primarily commercial mezzanine mortgages. Most mortgages originated by First National are funded either by placement with institutional investors or through securitization conduits, in each case with retained servicing. In general, originations are allocated from one funding source to another depending on market conditions and strategic considerations related to maintaining diversified funding sources.

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RBC lowers Target Price a bit

First National Financial Price Target Lowered to $41 at RBC 2022-04-27 10:16:36 AM ET (MT Newswires)     10:16 AM EDT, 04/27/2022 (MT Newswires) -- RBC Capital Markets lowered...read more

Scotiabank review of earnings

Maintains TP of $42.   Scotiabank Maintains Sector Perform, $42 TP on First National After Q1 2022-04-27 01:41:09 PM ET (MT Newswires)     01:41 PM EDT, 04/27/2022 (MT...read more

Star Navigation Sees Continued Operational Growth Despite Turbulent Market Conditions

In accordance with the CAR 561 audit, TC has re-confirmed both Star's status as an Approved Organization pursuant to CAR 561 and its in-house capabilities to design and build avionics equipment for civil and commercial aircraft. ...read more

RE:Details on quarterly earnings

Adjusted income is down 26%,,, doesn't look like a slight increase to me.  rate and reply

Details on quarterly earnings

Looks like slight increases all round... https://money.tmx.com/en/quote/FN/news/6775568438776394/First_National_Financial_Corporation_Reports_First_Quarter_2022_Results  rate and reply

Conference Call and Webcast

April 27, 2022 10:00 am ET    (888) 390-0605 or (416) 764-8609 www.firstnational.ca A taped rebroadcast of...read more

First Quarter 2022 Results

TORONTO, April 26, 2022 /CNW/ - First National Financial Corporation (TSX: FN) (TSX: FN.PR.A) (TSX: FN.PR.B) (the "Company" or "FNFC") today announced its...read more

How does this company raise capital?

Hey guys, Any longer term investors willing to give me insight into how FN raises new capital when needed over the years? I'm in MKP (heavily) and very pleased with how they treat us...read more

Sold some and kept some

I couldnt bare to sell out here, i sold 75% and kept 25% I think it has good potential especially at the discounted levels it was at. Cheers and gl all  rate and reply

RE:RE:TD Direct downgrade

Average down then. If you can't, well sounds like you bit off more than you can chew. I'm a happy buyer here. God if you're mad over two days of owning a stock you really shouldn't be...read more

RE:RE:TD Direct downgrade

It's understandable that you are frustrated but you can simply push the sell button and stop your loss. This is one of the problems with a small float however it can move both ways fast so a...read more

RE:TD Direct downgrade

National Bank, BMO and RBC have also joined the downgrade train. How does the 2 day chart look? I lost $6/share but I'm getting $1.25 dividend!!  rate and reply

TD Direct downgrade

Event Q3/21 Conference Call Impact: NEGATIVE For income seeking investors, First National continues to be a very rewarding investment. The $1.25/share special dividend announced (paid in Q4/21...read more

RE:RE:RE:So.....

Yes 132% in 10 years and over 72% gain in 5 years. In fact the 5 and 10 year charts look amazing especially if you remove the last 18 months of chaos which has destroyed pretty much EVERY 5 and 10...read more

RE:RE:So.....

Double digit annual returns last decade not including dividends. Occasional special div as a gift to boost returns. Yea you have some great insight looking at a one day chart.   rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:So.....

Ok I can admit it, I was wrong it did not consolidate higher today anyway. Maybe we have a better day tomorrow. Cheers!  rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:RE:So.....

I just bought today so I have no loss currently so couple the cheap price with the upcoming dividends and it's a good buy, and the point I was making about the dividend is the fact that as we draw...read more

RE:RE:RE:So.....

Who is pissed? I'm suppose to know which day you bought shares? I was referring to this obssession with dividends this forum has; collect $1.00 lose $3.00. This will not be heading up anytime soon...read more

RE:RE:So.....

I hear what your saying but many 1 year charts look just like this one. Better days ahead. Cheers  rate and reply

RE:RE:So.....

Well for one thing I didnt own this previously so to say "typical of SH" I'm not sure what that is supposed to mean and secondly I'm sure you will recover much of your $3 before long...read more

RE:So.....

  Ex div tomorrow, special div of 1.25 paid mid December. This looks like a gift for Christmas to me Looks a bit more like a lump of coal considering the stock is down $9/share in less than...read more