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  • mike2915 mike2915 Sep 3, 2013 4:39 PM Flag

    I admit it

    I admit that I have no idea why BX stock has declined. It makes no sense to me. These guys have a clear path to increased earnings and distributions. When these cognitive dissonance times occur, and the price moves against the value proposition, it requires patience. I have it. Stock $25 by end of year!!!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • emanuilshvarts@att.net emanuilshvarts Sep 12, 2013 1:20 PM Flag

      I did not get you. I am long BX too, recently bought more - shares and some options (Risk Reversals) and happy with it.
      In one year it is up 60% strongly outperforming S&P (and don't forget 4%+ dividend!)
      In two years it is again 80% up.
      Yes, it was higher at IPO point; but that was before famous 2008-2009 dip - and everything before it should not be considered. Too ancient history. Y. 2009 crossed it away.
      I also think BX will go higher - but it will not sky-rocket. Do not forget about rising Interest rates - this is a very unfriendly environment for Private Equity.
      Good Luck to everybody!

      Sentiment: Buy

    • I followed my own advice, bought a little more today!!

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • bobkochnowicz@ymail.com bobkochnowicz Sep 4, 2013 9:25 PM Flag

      Watching this stock was driving me nuts so I started buying the dips and reselling when it came back.Still BX remains my biggest single holding.

    • I agree with you and I am in for a long run. I really hope that there will be a big pay off due all their real estate holdings including Hotels especially HILTON.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

 
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