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    1. LandAmerica Q1 a Cause for Concern

      Commentary

      Tue, 6 May 2008

      such as First American FAF and Fidelity National FNF--and even smaller competitors Old Republic ORI and Stewart Information Services STC--LandAmerica relies solely on title insurance and related services. The most recent quarterly results

    2. Suspending Coverage of Stewart

      Commentary

      Tue, 31 May 2005

      We've suspended coverage of Stewart Information Services STC.

    3. Title Insurance Moats Widen

      Commentary

      Tue, 10 May 2005

      insurers we cover: Fidelity National Financial FNF, First American FAF, LandAmerica Financial Group LFG, Stewart Information Services STC, and Old Republic International ORI. Zenodata was founded in 2000 to build and sell access to title plants

    4. Radian Loss Aids Title Insurers

      Commentary

      Fri, 1 Apr 2005

      for the title insurers we cover--Fidelity National Financial FNF, First American FAF, LandAmerica LFG, Stewart Information Services STC, and Republic Title ORI. Radian began marketing Lien Protection, which was intended as a cheaper alternative

    5. Stewart Earnings Decline 33%

      Commentary

      Wed, 16 Feb 2005

      After our preliminary review of Stewart Information Services ' STC 2004 earnings, we don't expect to change our fair value estimate significantly. Stewart's $82 million profit was 33

    6. Stock Analyst Note - Stewart Information Services

      Commentary

      Tue, 8 Jun 2004

      Stewart is best suited for long-term investors, in our opinion. The firm's sales depend heavily on mortgage volume, which we expect will fall sharply over the next two years. Our fair value estimate incorporates a very steep sales decline, so we are confident that this company has a lot of embedded

    7. Stock Analyst Note - Stewart Information Services

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      Wed, 26 Nov 2003

      We've raised our fair value estimate to $53 per share from $40 as a result of an increased near-term revenue forecast. Stewart has significant fixed costs, so our valuation model is highly sensitive to changes in forecast revenue. We would buy the shares below $37. Stewart's sales depend heavily on

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