It’s a great company. Note they are not independent. CSU owns a large part of TOI and is on the board. They didn’t spin out the whole company to investors when they did the divi.Amazing CSU.
I was looking at its performance since I bought it in late April 2020 and I was happy. And then I remembered that they gave me TOI shares which are now at $100/share and I was even happier.
That's the kind of total return on investment that goes unseen under the radar when backtesting stocks.
My CSU shares are up +47% since I bought them last year. But when I add the current value of TOI, my ROI is actually +63%. Sure, I shouldn't look at the current value of TOI because they are now independent, but instead at the value when I got them, but that's still a +58%.