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  • bancinvstr bancinvstr Sep 11, 2003 11:58 AM Flag

    Stock Split??

    The insider sale info was a month after the sale. I just find it interesting that a large group of insiders made the decision to sell in August, the same month that interest rates went up and the refinance market died. For your sake I hope you are right. I sold as too many of them sold at the same time which would be about the same time as a monthly board meeting, the middle of the month.

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    • If you hate insider sales, you should try SVBI which has a lot of insider buying activities for the past year. It is still trading at PE ratio less than 12. The company has 5 year earning track record and its EPS growth rate is about 30% annually for the past 5 years (its EPS earning has never went down, i.e., its EPS grows consistently for the past 5 years no matter which direction the interest rate went). Its ROE is about 24% and its ROA is more than 2%. The bank achieves this with a conservative equity-to-asset ratio near 9% (the average equity-to-asset ratio is around 5% to 6%). The non-interest expense ratio is about 2% of its outstanding loans. The peer average for non-interest expnese ratio is more than 3%. It is an outstanding bank with slightly undervalued market price. Only 15% of its past earning may be re-finance related. The bank locates about 30 miles away from Washington DC. Thanks for the booming national defense and home land security department, the economy around Washington DC is actually booming while the rest of the country is in recession. In my opinion, SVBI is still a great buy even with its recent great run and CCBI is probably fully valued with its current price.

    • This is a rather new publicly traded company. Just maybe last month was the first opportunity for the insiders to sell some of their shares? Just a guess...


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