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  • yahoo yahoo May 13, 2005 3:59 PM Flag

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    • I totally agree. The week hands will finish selling today. This is a good buying opportunity. I would not be surprised to see some other analyst(asswipe) come out next week and upgrade the sector..

      • 2 Replies to rigo1998
      • like I called it last week see below:


        Keefe Bruyette reversal on N.Y. thrifts

        By Susan Lerner,
        Last Update: 5:12 PM ET Aug. 28, 2001

        NEW YORK (CBS.MW) -- Of all the names investors have for the analysts, fickle is the one they may choose to use for Kevin Szocik.

        The Keefe Bruyette & Woods analyst on Tuesday upgraded shares of New York Community Bancorp (NYCB: news, chart, profile), Dime Community Bancorp (DCOM: news, chart, profile), Roslyn Bancorp (RSLN: news, chart, profile) and Staten Island Bancorp (SIB: news, chart, profile) just three trading days after he downgraded the New York thrifts. His call on Tuesday also included Astoria Financial (ASFC: news, chart, profile), which he had downgraded a month before.

        Both last week's cuts and the current upgrades, however, were based on valuation and not fundamentals.

        Never TRUST these ASSWIPES!!!!

      • I also agree and I'm not that worried, it just pisses me off to see people dump a stock on a no-name downgrade a couple of days after a Fed cut, split, and dividend increase.

        Has anyone seen Keefe Bruyette's comments regarding the downgrade???


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