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Home Capital Group Inc T.HCG

Sector: Financial Services | Sub-Sector: Specialty Finance
Alternate Symbol(s):  HMCBF

Home Capital Group Inc is a holding company and operates through its principal subsidiary, Home Trust Company. Home Trust is a federally regulated trust company offering deposit; mortgage lending, retail credit and credit card issuing services.
Price: $31.83 | Change: $-0.35 | %Change: -1.09%
Volume: 687,878 | Day High/Low: 32.40/31.11 | 52 Week High/Low: 55.94/26.98
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RE:Street Capital Group

I have owned this stock for years. It was in the game of buying companies, fixing them up and selling them. Now it has settled down to the mortgage business and will soon having a banking more
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What a scam! P/E under 7 !! Market is f'n rigged.  rate and reply
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BNN Appearance

I was pretty amazed that Catherine was able to drill the CEO on such questions. Looks like the CIO of manulife passed his question list to her from his appearance earlier. I was happy to see that more
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Street Capital Group

Does anyone on this board know anything about SCB?  rate and reply
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RE:todays events

"Tomorrow ,it should  jump to north of 30 bucks  at open, and move slowly throughout the day to around a close of 33 bucks" Good call.  With almost 20 million shares short, the shorters must more
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RE:RE:Is this the prelude to the burst of Canada's housing bubble?

good post mortgageman, his comments make no sense at all, it has been explained thoroughly many times how hcg works. some people just can't understand the difference between canada and the usa in more
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RE:Is this the prelude to the burst of Canada's housing bubble?

The average loan to value for HCG mortgages that are not CMHC insured is less than 60%.   How would a 20% drop in prices impact them?   Frankly it wouldn't.   Given the impressive track record more
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Is this the prelude to the burst of Canada's housing bubble?

BNN market call over the last couple of years, Home Capital was mentioned many times on the show. Most of the time comments and feedback were based on the bullishness of the Canada's Housing sector more
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RE:todays events

I'm also quite pleased with the press release. A drop of water within the ocean! I discovered HCG a few weeks ago after a drop of around 20% reported by the Les Affaires newspaper. At first, more
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todays events

I have not posted for years on Stockhouse, but have been following the recent events on Home Capital  every day, as I  have a  sizeable investment.  Have yet to sell a share and will not for at more
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RE:Much ado about nothing

Earnings are out.  Down 2% and people not paying their mortgage is less than 0.10%.  ROE 19%  rate and reply
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Much ado about nothing

What the American short sellers just don't seem to understand is most of Home Trust's mortgages that are non-conforming are at extremely low loan to values.  Their "A" business is mostly CMHC more
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RE:A major Canadian mortgage lender is on the brink of failure

Assume by now you have read the press release (4:30) that they suspended their relationship with 18 individuals & 2 Mortgage brokerage companies, ( 45 individuals all together),  whose more
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HCG Provides Additional Disclosure Regarding Broker...

I'm glad to be in at this level...  rate and reply
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A major Canadian mortgage lender is on the brink of failure

i am siding with Royal Bank onnthis... it is a home trust specific issue let's recap their growing issues - the weather, the competitive landscape and now termination of 4,000 brokers on a more
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Not surprised... see article clipping

"Back to how this relates to Home Capital Group. The company recently announced that it was terminating a large number of its 4,000 mortgage originators. the company claimed that it was a part of more
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RE:Mortgages - Doing Well

True!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Mortgages - Doing Well

then i guess the share price movement, the recent articles and board resigning is all but a bad dream......everything is peachey keen in Canada....the most house lust country in G7. meanwhile more
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RE:RE:Mortgages - Doing Well

Agreed. First national results were good. Kind of blows out the theory that the Canadian mortgage market is crashing. Seems that the mortgage broker problem was either specific to Home Capital or more