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Capital One Financial Corporation

Capital One Financial Corporation (COF)

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137.435 Day's Range 139.24
88.23 52 Week Range 149.9359
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About Capital One Financial Corporation

Capital One is a diversified financial services holding company headquartered in McLean, Virginia. Originally a spinoff of Signet Financial's credit card division in 1994, the company is now primarily involved in credit card lending, auto loans, and commercial lending. Capital One is a diversified financial services holding company headquartered in McLean, Virginia. Originally a spinoff of Signet Financial's credit card division in 1994, the company is now primarily involved in credit card lending, auto loans, and commercial lending.

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State Commercial Banks
Mclean, Virginia, USA
Capital One Financial Corporation is listed in the State Commercial Banks sector of the New York Stock Exchange with ticker COF. The last closing price for Capital One Financial was $137.49. Over the last year, Capital One Financial shares have traded in a share price range of $ 88.23 to $ 149.9359.

Capital One Financial currently has 380,212,220 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Capital One Financial is $52.32 billion. Capital One Financial has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 11.23.

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COF Latest News

Capital One and Walmart Announce End of Consumer Card Partnership Agreement

Capital One and Walmart Announce End of Consumer Card Partnership Agreement PR Newswire MCLEAN, Va. and BENTONVILLE, Ark., May 24, 2024 Cardholders can continue to use their card and earn and...

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COF Discussion

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Triple nickle Triple nickle 5 months ago
Thank you Monk always appreciate your mentions
Monksdream Monksdream 5 months ago
COF new 52 week high
ofspring ofspring 1 year ago
New York City Banking Commission votes to freeze Capital One, KeyBank deposits


May 25, 20235:45 PM 
Triple nickle Triple nickle 1 year ago
Berkshire Hathaway dumps bank of New York Mellon and takes huge stake in capital one
Nighthawk_1 Nighthawk_1 1 year ago
This is based on information I just learned of myself today, and I am a client with them. What they stopped was the $1k line of credit overdraft. Then they mentioned to me that I could use another OD plan, BUT, THEY COULD NOT GAURANTEE THE OD WOULD BE COVERED. What in the world they thinking? How can they offer something that cannot be guaranteed and who in their right mind would accept something like that in the first place?
Nighthawk_1 Nighthawk_1 1 year ago
Just did some calculations today. I am estimating that Capital One will be losing 3-5M in profits, if not more by end of year, and every year thereafter. Of course it depends on number of people who bank with them. This is just my estimate. With these losses, there are going to be more people being laid off or terminated in this company.
FMRP FMRP 3 years ago
They make over $7 a share profit, so why just a .40¢ dividend.
whytestocks whytestocks 4 years ago
News; $COF The Big Bright Spot in Friday's Stock Market Rout

The quick reversal in the stock market's momentum continued to gain steam on Friday morning, as major market benchmarks added to losses from Thursday's big downward move. Market participants seem to have a newfound appreciation for just how impressive the gains from the March lows have been. Tha...

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whytestocks whytestocks 4 years ago
News; $COF Is the Worst Over for Capital One Financial?

Capital One Financial (NYSE: COF) has struggled through net losses in the past two quarters. The COVID-19 pandemic has meant lower spending on the bank's credit cards, high provision of credit losses due to recession-related economic hardships, and 0% interest rates -- a triple whammy. The...

Read the whole news COF - Is the Worst Over for Capital One Financial?
whytestocks whytestocks 4 years ago
News: $COF Could Auto Loans Be Problematic for Banks Down the Line?

The coronavirus pandemic has likely resulted in hundreds of billions of dollars in total loan deferrals, in which lenders allow borrowers to skip certain payments and move them to the end of a deferment period or perhaps the end of the loan term. These deferrals have become a big mystery for eve...

Read the whole news COF - Could Auto Loans Be Problematic for Banks Down the Line?
whytestocks whytestocks 5 years ago
News: $COF ONGOING INVESTIGATION ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against Capital One Finance Corporation and Encourages Investors with Losses to Contact the Firm

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 17, 2019 / The Schall Law Firm , a national shareholder rights litigation firm, announces that it is investigating claims on behalf of investors of Capital One Finance Corporation (“Capital One” or “the Company”) (NYSE: COF )...

Got this from ONGOING INVESTIGATION ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against Capital One Finance Corporation and Encourages Investors with Losses to Contact the Firm
Zboricua Zboricua 5 years ago
Data breach
Hitman970 Hitman970 5 years ago
COF long$
Chartmaster Chartmaster 5 years ago
Capital One has played a third party to an illegal sale of stolen "hot" merchandise. I bought a guitar on Ebay on 8/21/18 for $950 and paid via paypal with my Capital One credit card, then surrendered the guitar by order of Police on 11/20/18, Capital One did first remove the charge on 10/10/18, but then on 11/8/18 they said the seller had provided information to support this illegal sale of stolen merchandise and put the $950 charge back on my account, I sent all documents to prove it was stolen merchandise and Capital One now states that "they do not have the dispute rights" for this illegal transaction of a stolen guitar that Capital One has played a third party to and has profited from this illegal sale of stolen merchandise.

I am suing them!
longhaul4 longhaul4 7 years ago
buy buy buy is right!!! Capital one bank is amazing company with an amazing stock
T695 T695 7 years ago
Buy buy biy
LATTE_____ LATTE_____ 7 years ago
I am a longtime customer of Capital One.
COF has treated me poorly recently and it would so simple for the company to solve, had they responded.
I am going to take my dollars elsewhere, and have convinced many others with accounts to do the same.
I am reachable at with any questions pertaining to my experience.
longhaul4 longhaul4 8 years ago
anyone on this board...this stock looking good
PennyStockPickz PennyStockPickz 8 years ago
Surprised as well since Capital One IMO is one of the strongest Banks in the US right now IMO.
Miracleman 1 Miracleman 1 9 years ago
Really dead board
jcseattle jcseattle 9 years ago
When are they going to open branches in the PNW?!!
Pennystomper Pennystomper 10 years ago
Christmas spending will put this over $90.
I was so wrong! COF epic run underway!
Time to short this POS!!!
Loading zone last session!!!
Lawrence 147 Lawrence 147 11 years ago
I don't get it people buying this stock for a .30 dividend and paying nearly $70. for the deal when they could buy COF.P and get a $0.375 dividend and it would only cost around $22.00
ECole ECole 11 years ago
2013-Morgan-Stanley-Financials-Conference updates

Presentation at the conference
Transcript here
Mesa8888 Mesa8888 12 years ago
strong buy Capital one Bank shares !

Mesa8888 Mesa8888 12 years ago
I start to accumulate shares at $48.1----3/pps

Capital one is a great bank.....I love the management team & board members !

target $150/pps in 3 years !

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missionsman missionsman 12 years ago
Looks like a great banking stock to trade. Nice movement.
Elijah3820 Elijah3820 13 years ago
Looks like we have a little momo here on this one.
Elijah3820 Elijah3820 13 years ago
Were here lol
Elijah3820 Elijah3820 13 years ago
Very small, less than 1/2 percent but extremely undervalued IMHO
Elijah3820 Elijah3820 13 years ago
They are looking to close on the ING Direct for 9 Billion deal in the form of cash and stock. They seem to be wanting to release earnings early due to the debt crises stale mate.

Too your point, solid company.
DayTradinGuy DayTradinGuy 13 years ago
Solid Company...solid
hswog hswog 13 years ago
Look at all the insider buying. Not.
12thman 12thman 13 years ago
I'll volunteer to mod.
12thman 12thman 13 years ago
Any dividends?
12thman 12thman 13 years ago
Adding COF to my watchlist.
12thman 12thman 13 years ago
Any longs out there?
piano benchpress piano benchpress 14 years ago
Should see a pop with these earnings. 38.79-39.19 bid ask PM. up from 37.23.
slcmoney slcmoney 14 years ago
Surprised to find this board is dead.
Time To Roll Time To Roll 15 years ago
Capital One's Credit Losses Outpace Jobless Growth
Since charge-offs typically lag unemployment changes, the first-quarter numbers may add up to big trouble for credit-card issuers

The jump in likely credit-card loan losses at Capital One Financial (COF) suggests that other major consumer lenders may be facing similar losses for the first quarter. On Apr. 15, the issuer of MasterCard and Visa credit cards reported a one-month spike of 1.27% in net charge-offs for U.S. cardholders, to 9.33%, in March, surpassing the increase in unemployment by a widening margin.

The unemployment rate rose to 8.5% in March, from 8.1% in February. Historically, the bad debt rate on credit cards has lagged unemployment, but deteriorating economic conditions have spurred growing concern that the rate would start to outpace climbing unemployment, which seems to be occurring now, according to Michael Taiano, an analyst at Sandler O'Neill & Partners in New York.

It's a much bigger concern, considering that some economists think unemployment might rise to 10%. "That would be mean a bigger drag on [issuers'] earnings in those quarters where that happens," says Taiano, who has a hold rating on Capital One's shares.

There are a few reasons for the spike in Capital One's charge-offs. First, fewer days in February meant that some of that month's charge-offs were recognized in March. When adjusted for this, the loss rates in February and March become 8.38% and 9.0%, respectively. "Still, a 60-plus basis-point increase in one month is a lot," says Taiano.
Loss Rates Climb For All Issuers

Another factor is the impact of Capital One having to adopt the minimum payment rule after it came under the regulatory oversight of the Office of Currency Comptroller about a year ago. That requires credit-card holders to make higher minimum monthly payments on their balances. Taiano expects the shift to boost Capital One's losses by 50 basis points in 2009 and says it could result in a slightly higher charge-off rate than its competitors suffer. The bright side, however, is that the company has already increased its reserves for this, so the adjustment should already be reflected in earnings. Capital One is scheduled to report first-quarter results on Apr. 21.

Loss rates for all credit-card issuers are climbing as their total loan portfolios—the denominator in the loss rate equation—shrink due to dramatically reduced originations of new loans and stricter underwriting standards.

Some analysts, including Taiano, say net charge-offs don't offer the most accurate picture of Capital One's credit-card losses. A more accurate picture, they say, can be found in the master trust data the company files each month with the Securities & Exchange Commission. Master trust numbers reflect pure credit-card losses, says Taiano, while the managed numbers include about $15 billion in closed-end personal loans—debt unsecured by collateral, much like credit cards, but not provided as a revolving line of credit to borrowers.

The master trust numbers show a rise in credit-card losses to 7.96% in March, from 6.89% in February, which means Capital One's losses are still lagging the unemployment rate.

But analyst Robert Napoli at Piper Jaffray in Chicago found even the master trust data disappointing and notes that the company is making less money on its loan portfolio (measured by a weaker portfolio yield) because of the higher charge-offs. "The drop in yield is concerning, especially since we understand Capital One, along with other credit-card issuers, has been increasing rates and fees," he wrote in an Apr. 15 note. "Discover (DFS) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM) card trusts had stable yield and less of an increase in credit losses."

While the month-to-month hike was higher for Capital One, the credit loss rate went up for all issuers between February and March, says Taiano.
makesumgravy makesumgravy 15 years ago
How many workers could be supported by Richard D. Fairbank's pay package? Using the SEC Total, Richard D. Fairbank made $20,412,429, which is equal to: Using the AFL-CIO Total*, Richard D. Fairbank made $17,084,879, which is equal to:

12 Nobel prize winners
51 average university presidents
51 U.S. presidents
78 AFL-CIO presidents
108 Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
690 average workers
1,498 minimum-wage earners

10 Nobel prize winners
42 average university presidents
42 U.S. presidents
65 AFL-CIO presidents
91 Chairmen of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
578 average workers
1,254 minimum-wage earners

How long would it take to equal Richard D. Fairbank's total compensation for 2007? Using the SEC Total: Using the AFL-CIO Total*:
A Nobel prize winner would have to work until 2020 A.D.
An average university president would have to work until 2059 A.D.
The President of the United States would have to work until 2059 A.D.
AFL-CIO President John Sweeney would have to work until 2086 A.D.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have to work until 2116 A.D.
An average worker would have to work until 2698 A.D.
A minimum-wage earner would have to work until 3506 A.D.

A Nobel prize winner would have to work until 2018 A.D.
An average university president would have to work until 2050 A.D.
The President of the United States would have to work until 2050 A.D.
AFL-CIO President John Sweeney would have to work until 2073 A.D.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff would have to work until 2099 A.D.
An average worker would have to work until 2586 A.D.
A minimum-wage earner would have to work until 3262 A.D.

BMiles BMiles 16 years ago
If COF is having to pull down from the GOV. then they must be worse off than they have let on thus far. It will all come out eventually.

conix conix 16 years ago

KeyCorp, Capital One to receive cash infusion: source
Sunday October 26, 5:15 am ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - KeyCorp (NYSE:KEY - News), Zions Bancorp (NasdaqGS:ZION - News) and Capital One Financial Corp (NYSE:COF - News) are some of the banks that will receive cash under the U.S. government's second round of capital infusions, a source familiar with the Treasury Department's thinking said on Sunday.

Four banks, including PNC Financial Services Group Inc (NYSE:PNC - News), have already announced they are participating in the second round of capital injections.

Under the government's $700 billion financial services rescue package, the Treasury Department will inject $250 billion of capital directly into banks in exchange for preferred shares and warrants.

Treasury is providing funds in a bid to revive the financial sector, which has suffered since lending dried up and many of the loans banks made have gone bad.

Treasury has already allotted $125 billion to nine of the nation's largest banks including Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS - News).

About 20 regional U.S. banks are expected to receive cash under the Treasury Department's second round of the bank recapitalization program.

It was not clear how much KeyCorp, Zions and Capital One will receive. The banks are expected to make the announcement as early as Monday.
BMiles BMiles 16 years ago
I think COF is currently in better condition than most but it is going to get real bad for them in a hurry. People charging Christmas because they have no money and no job thinking they will get a job soon. No job will come as thousands are being released from work weekly. New unemployment claims are about to get out of control. No job, no income, no money to pay credit card bills. COF's April earning announcements for Q1 2009 is going to send this stock and a few others like AXP, C, and BAC to near junk value or very close in my opinion.

US indexes seem to be holding up better than the rest right now but I don't think Americans really understand how bad it is about to become. Traders are currently trying to catch a falling knife right now, the knife has barely even started its fall in my opinion. So many Americans are so naive to what is going on and think this is only a temporary oversold condition. I am a glass half full kind of guy but I understand the severity of what is taking place and I really feel for everyone as we go forward.

OptionMonster OptionMonster 16 years ago
This one was doomed from the start Miles>>Nice to see you here

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