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    1. Discover grew its loan portfolio by 7%, to $88.7 billion. The company also continues to demonstrate an ability to generate strong returns while controlling risk. The credit card giant's first-quarter of 2019 return on equity and total net charge-off rate checked in at 26% and 3. 25%, respectively. 2. Investors will always be rightfully happy when investing in companies with exposure to credit liabilities, which is why it's so important to shareholders that Discover practices responsible lending practices. That translates into not pursuing growth at all costs with risky loans. 3. Discover's management also remains committed to returning capital to shareholders. Management has reduced the number of outstanding shares by about 7% since last year's first quarter through share repurchases. In 2018, the company also raised its dividend by about 14%, its ninth consecutive year of hiking its quarterly payout to shareholders.
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Discover Financial Services, Inc. is an American financial services company that owns and operates Discover Bank, which offers checking and savings accounts, personal loans, home equity loans, student loans and credit cards. It also owns and operates the Discover and Pulse networks, and owns Diners Club International. It was founded 34 years ago, in 1985. It trades in NYSE with the ticker DFS and it is a component S&P 500. In the United States, Discover, as a card brand, competes primarily with Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Unlike Visa and MasterCard, Discover directly issues its cards (like American Express), through its Discover Bank unit. When measured by card balances, Discover is the sixth largest credit card issuer in the U.S. behind JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Bank of America, Capital One and American Express, and ahead of Wells Fargo and U.S. Bank.

1. Executive VP Kathryn Corley sold$3. 0M worth of shares. What is clear is that an insider saw fit to sell at around the current price of US$64.15. While their view may have changed since the sale, this is not a particularly positive fact. Investors should generally tread carefully if insiders have been selling on the market. 2. Discover Financial Services's net selling activity tells us the stock has fallen out of favour with some insiders, however, this is rather cautious relative to analysts' earnings expectations, and the share price has not moved significantly to warrant reassessment of mispricing. But we must also be aware that insiders divesting may not actually be based their views on the company's outlook. Investors should keep an eye out for news about the company.