MNRK has too many divisions; growing loans without solid borrowers; taking on asset risk; mortgage risk; interest rate risk; borrowing money to finance itself; growing too fast; etc. MNRK looks risky!
"MNRK does everything the HBKS CEO says don't do"..........How's that working out? MNRK is up 60% (not even factoring in the split) in the last 2 years compared to 16% for HBKS.
That's just the stock price ...wait until all that mortgage income dries up.