He thinks he is the ultimate authority on banking and when C had a different plan than he thought they should have he got mad and pouted. He said sell sell sell and hopes they fail. Guess what Little DICKY....You are gonna have to upgrade em soon and I can't wait!
Thats true. Plus a big cry baby. He actually had the nerve to think that he could influence C from not paying the tarp back. He really got his panties in a wad when they didn't agree with him. He went and pouted and put a "sell" on C because of it. He lost what little creditability he had left, which wasn't much.
That knucklehead was on Bloomberg News this morning with Tom Keane. I have never heard a guy start a sentence with "In other words" as often as Bove does. He and some other analyst (a guy named Tom Brown, I think) were saying it's going to be a great year for bank stocks. Bove preferred the big banks, the other guy leaned toward smaller banks. They were both very optimistic about bank stocks in 2010.