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On Sept 22 Fairfax Financial announced a 10% share buyback. Details here. As most of you know, in previous posts I’ve discussed why Fairfax is a great undervalued business. Currently the shares are trading at about 1.05 times Q2 2011 ending book valued of $358. If business for Fairfax just stays flat then the buyback plus the current dividend of about 2.7% would potentially generate a 12.7% return over the next year. Not too shabby in the current environment. When they report Q3 2011 results next month I think there are good odds that the book value of the business … Continue reading
Fairfax Financial (FFH.TO, FRFHF.PK) reported Q1 2011 interim results on April 28, 2011. The press release can be found here. Below is the high level summary from the press release. Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited (TSX: FFH)(TSX: FFH.U) announces a net loss of $240.6 million in the first quarter of 2011 ($12.42 per diluted share) compared to net earnings of $418.4 million in the first quarter of 2010 ($20.38 per diluted share). The decrease in earnings arose primarily from the impact of $311.3 million of pre-tax ($217.7 million after tax) Japan earthquake losses net of reinsurance and reinstatement premiums and from … Continue reading
Fairfax Financial (FFH.TO or FRFHF.PK) reported results for 2010 a week or so ago. Before commenting on the results, I had been waiting for the annual letter from Chairman Prem Watsa and over the weekend it was posted to the site. I’ve posted on Fairfax before (here and here) and I called them a great stealth dividend stock. Well, despite posting ‘weak’ results for 2010 Fairfax continues to be undervalued, a great long term investment, and still a great stealth dividend stock. First, I highly recommend reading Prem Watsa’s annual letter for yourself. He’s not called the Warren Buffet of … Continue reading