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  • jcbrowns jcbrowns May 20, 2009 9:01 AM Flag

    Good work Shorts...I keep buying as you sell

    I think you are exactly correct my friend. By year end this stock may well be forty or more.

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    • Please explain your rationale, given the curent dilution brought about by new capital, more debt, a reduced dividend, and huge question mark next to the CRE loans, what are the catalysts that will double the price of this stock in the next six monhts.

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      • Please explain your rationale, given the curent dilution brought about by new capital, more debt, a reduced dividend, and huge question mark next to the CRE loans, what are the catalysts that will double the price of this stock in the next six monhts.

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        I have to agree. The stock was $44 during the biggest housing bubble of all time and before dilution. To expect $40 anytime soon is pie in the sky thinking. I think the stock is doing great just being in the low to mid $20's. Good luck.

    • In your dreams JC. It has done been reported it is going to take years for the financial market to bounce back from this. This country is headed for a depression. I personally think we are a mini one now. The corrupt politicians can hollar recession all they want to. But our fine president is putting us into a Socialist market and country. And may I also add a depression. That is all I've got to say about that. And before all of you come back and critize me for my opinion just remember we are all entitled to our opinion.

 
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