The street is dumb...these guys just read the prospectus. This is what I find humorous about it all. If interest rates rise, life insurers will print money. So if everybody is talking about higher rates, wouldn't you want to be in those stocks that would benefit the most? But nobody does any work anymore and thats why you get thse 10-15% up days on earnings and the like. Its like the street has an "AHA" moment. So dumb some of these guys. Don't forget, the stock is in the range where they initially filed the IPO. I say stick with it, let it settle out, then buy more.
I agree, a lot of coverage in the past few days, someone is accumulating shares of this undervalued stock. I have a daughter who wants to attend the University of Pennsylvania Wharton school of business, she's in high school, taking all business classes in one of the best High schools in New Jersey and the United States, any ideas on what classes she should take to prepare?