360 Finance Inc (QFIN)

NASDAQ
23.32
-1.76(-7.02%)
After Hours
23.80
+0.48(+2.06%)
- Real-time Data
  • Volume:
    842,884
  • Bid/Ask:
    23.80/24.00
  • Day's Range:
    22.71 - 23.88

QFIN Overview

Prev. Close
25.08
Day's Range
22.71-23.88
Revenue
2.43B
Open
23.72
52 wk Range
10.34-45
EPS
5.56
Volume
842,884
Market Cap
3.55B
Dividend (Yield)
1.12
(4.47%)
Average Vol. (3m)
1,632,300
P/E Ratio
4.19
Beta
-
1-Year Change
70.72%
Shares Outstanding
152,396,001
Next Earnings Date
Mar 22, 2022
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360 Finance Inc Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
1643

360 DigiTech, Inc., through its subsidiaries, operates a digital consumer finance platform under the 360 Jietiao brand in the People’s Republic of China. Its platform provides online consumer finance products to the borrowers funded by institutional funding partners. The company also provides incremental credit assessment, collection, and other services, as well as guarantee for defaulted loans. The company was formerly known as 360 Finance, Inc. and changed its name to 360 DigiTech, Inc. in September 2020. 360 DigiTech, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in Shanghai, the People’s Republic of China.

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  • Black Friday, time to add more here.
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    • Good price, this is going up to $30
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      • For me UPST is currently the better choice - I keep and eye on QFIN and might enter a position once momentum gains (but with a tight stop limit). In the meantime UPST I have tighentend the stop loss for UPST to 8%, but I think UPST will go up further - even in bear markets.
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        • Ahmet OzyamanWell, then you lose out big time, what about TSLA, ROKU, ESTC, PSTG and many more. Most high tech growing companies have more than 3 net losses and I am invested in them (except TSLA). That is the reason their grwoth rate and FCF margin are growing (or at least thei sum)...once they brake into profit, their are cash machines with these margins...
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        • stocks with outrageous p/e rates, like tesla, are a bubble. They tend to return to normal valuation (i.e. below $100 in the case of Tesla) at the first signs of a market downturn, which is around the corner now. Good luck gambling. Just remember that the house always wins
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        • Another eye-opener: In the automotive industry, the P/B (price to book value) ratio is ~2. For Tesla it is 31. Just so you know.
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      • crazy excellent earnings, time to go back to 40$
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        • AI IA20 here we are
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        • and bought it again ahah 20-30 range will be played until the end of the year
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      • "The Chinese president led a meeting on Tuesday that called for “a reasonable adjustment of excessive incomes and encouraging high-income groups and businesses to return more to society,” the state-run People’s Daily reports, as quoted by CNBC." Looks like he won't stop until all Chinese stocks are delisted from Western stock markets.
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        • Actually, it was strange of him to speak those words. Why did he or his predecessor allow listing of those Chinese stock in the first place, if they are pseudo-companies? I think he will have to answer for that before the Congress at some point in time.
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        • because US is triggering various types of wars against China who does therefore needs to take self-defense measures.
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        • Peace Equality Fair Justice Hongkonger  And in self defense, CCP is screwing over investors in Chinese stocks. Without the Western money, China will tumble back to the EIC times. No joke.
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      • okay this is crazy...
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        • looks like it's going up now. But yeah I agree with you. Buying Cinese stocks is more like gambling.
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        • I like gambling. I'm gonna bet some money on it now.
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        • logi kk like I said. the falling wedge looks promising, but with the prevailing market sentiment about everything Chinese, I'll let it pass.
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      • almost 1x revenues at current price ... insane
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        • AI IA this is not unsual - actually it is the average 1-2 for credit services and having low P/E ratios. You cannot compare it with other sectors - margins are very low (even if you use apps or technology - you core business, QFIN, is lending money - and I would not rely just on a sole webiste for information (rather start with their financial report). Additionally, QFIN has also a high risk reward profile....so depedning of situation is favorable or not the stock will react more than others...
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        • you have clearly no idea of what you are talking about ... look at growth rate and margins .. this is a fintech not a bank
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        • AI A read their earnings report then you see what is their business - traditional lending is over 80% platform services is les then 20%...reading 1 ratio is one thing....putting into context, well..useless
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      • Just bought more ahead of earnings soon which should be good despite the fud.
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        • NY Brokers Stock Exchangetotally not worth it. Dont trust any chinese company.
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        • Technically speaking, the falling wedge looks promising and is nearing the break-out point. Fingers crossed.
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        • Ahmet OzyamanI don’t think it will stop falling. And i won’t recommand to buy any chinese stock.
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      • The app has been re-approved :)
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        • Anyone understands the price action from the last week?
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          • no clues .. this stock is completely manipulated .. only long term holders will be rewarded
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          • App is live again
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        • this stock is not worth to at all. short it!
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          • based on the fact that is currently trading 1x revenues
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          • sure
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          • it's still falling. i have huge profit now.never buy chinese stocks. you have to short it! that's how you can make money!
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        • the approved app will be re-launched to market soon
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          • The lending app temporarily banned in the couples of weeks ago has been completed for modification and is just approved by China government Authorities
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            • never trust chinese company
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              • Another down today! Nice!
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            • looking at China markets this might have more downward potential.
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              • go to zero!
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              • to zero!
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              • Another down today! Nice!
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            • well at current very risky. Seems the their 360 IOU app was removed from the app store and have now several law suits - that is not the worse of the story - if that is true and dat was leaked, then this will be only the first step of Chinese gov. - they might crush the company and really restict them from doing any business - the Chinese gov. is really crushing all companies which leaded data (to USA( - so with lawsuit and China who knows how deep the hole goes.....
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              • another non sense buy opportunity!
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                • https://cj.sina.cn/article/norm_detail?url=https://finance.sina.com.cn/money/bank/gsdt/2021-07-29/doc-ikqciyzk8246551.shtml
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              • Bought more @21,9
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                • this Price Is ridicolous
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                  • Bouth at 28 (had buy order in), but now with very tight stop loss, so from today onwards already in the gain. Will accumulate at 30,32 etc. and of course accordingly sell at these levels (but trailing, so if it gains, so does my gain)
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                    • waiting is the game. now even the US is a threat to qfin, if delisted only otc trade is allowed. that would affect the price greatly.
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                      • deliberate mistakes to squeeze small shareholder out
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                        • what mistake? is the app ban news fake?
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                        • the news was not fake but may somebody make the price drop for others to buy dip, the order had been placed by the government to 48 apps in mid May for rectifying these apps in question in order to avoid the over-collected privacy information that was irrelevant to its business, however the firm announced the app was suspended temporarily yesterday due to "careless" overlooking the parts of the requirements launched with the government order. Such excuse appears nonsense but maybe deliberately made it from technical point of view. All of the above is just suspected without evidence.
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                        • the news was not fake but may somebody make the price drop for others to buy dip, the order had been placed by the government to 48 apps in mid May for rectifying these apps in question in order to avoid the over-collected privacy information that was irrelevant to its business, however the firm announced the app was suspended temporarily yesterday due to "careless" overlooking the parts of the requirements launched with the government order. Such excuse appears nonsense but maybe deliberately made it from technical point of view. All of the above is just suspected without evidence.
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                      • Not bad - got washed out at 38 (with small gains - maybe a long haul business class ticket...) - Will wet my feet once it reaches 28 again, but with a tight leash - the Chinese crackdown on payment companies cannot be assessed yet.
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                        • classic 360 up 100% down 30%
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                          • will be washed out at 38, with gains, if it falls further.
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