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Oppenheimer Holdings Inc. Message Board

  • daytradestocks daytradestocks Feb 4, 1999 12:55 PM Flag

    Keywest your right!

    Look even further into the company though. The
    P/E ratio of 16 is including a horrible last quarter
    with a loss of .62 for the quarter if they would of
    had another normal quarter their P/E ratio would of
    been under 10 probably 6 or 7. The quarter was a one
    time loss due to over exposure. Look for next quarter
    results to boost the stock also.

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    • I want to let the JBOH people know about this but
      I don't want to spam. I posted my email address
      over there so I can tell them about it but with 100
      messages every 5 minutes on that board they may not see
      it. Here is what I've come up with:

      I just
      stumble onto something but please do your own DD. Have
      you seen the comercials on CNBC for Feedom
      Investments? The parant company is called Fohnestock Holdings
      They gapped up this morning but are in a free fall
      right now. I bought at 17 1/4.
      Their numbers look
      just like JBOH's when I bought them at 2 1/4, only a
      bit better.
      Price to Book 1.3
      Price to Sales
      Price to Earnings 16
      Dividend Yield 1.2
      company also bought back a few hundred thousand shares
      during 1998. They are a large regional brokerage firm
      and are advertising their on line trading. This is
      pretty much the extent of my knowlege right now but I
      jumped in with some JBOH profits and will continue to do
      more research. They have a Yahoo board. If you check
      them out please let me know what you

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