Solid Preflop range in Omaha
I have started experimenting with full-ring PLO (hi only) at the smallest limits offered at my room(0.05/0.10). So far, after about 300 hands (horribly small sample size), I am down ~300BB. The game seems fun and I enjoy playing it, but if I cannot right this trend, I won't continue as there are more profitable opportunities in other games for me. My excel sheet where I track my data reveals I average a pre-flop fold percentage of 58%, which I suspect is the start of my problems, as I am probably playing too loose.
I believe the best place to start with improving is the beginning. What qualities make up a good starting Omaha hand. I know no hand is an absolute favorite preflop over any other, but what types of hands flop well?
A followup would be what qualifies as "flopped well" in Omaha, since this is different than NLHE (I'm more familiar with that game)?