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  • burnaka Mar 24, 2011 8:44 PM Flag

    r/s smartest move they could make

    The additional government shares were the issue. The stock might have gotten back on track without that added dilution. The funds, and day traders have kept the stock penned in. Many many funds have this multi billion share co, computerized. It basically cannot move. It can trade for hours at a 1/2 penny a pop. This all ends shortly. This has been the biggest cash cow the market has ever seen. At the expense of the traditional hold for the long term investor. Put this in the archives, I believe c ends up over 100 with a divi of about 1.25 q in about 3 years. If they do a split going forward, then I will bail figuring they did not learn their lesson.

    The real issue right now with banks is no jobs. That screws real estate which in turn screws the banks out of lending mortgages and increases foreclosures. I believe 3 years out those that do not take a position now, or after split will kick themselves in the backside. The economy will recover so will real estate, c will be banging the highest divi of any bank out there.

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