Well, another 2% stock dividend at BOKF would not surprise me. This is a great company; I was out of the stock for a while, and I am glad to be back in; got the chance during the bearish phase about 2 months ago, though the exact date is not handy at the moment. It sure is a stock that helps you sleep well at night.
Good luck to all.
Someday I hope to pay a visit to Tulsa. What is it like, folks?
Investor's Business Daily ranked BOK Financial 25th on its list of the 70 most stable companies for U.S. investors. The Los Angeles-based business newspaper, which circulates nationally, based its ranking on companies with five-year earnings-per-share growth of at least 10 percent. Share prices had to be above $12. BOK Financial had five-year EPS growth of 15 percent. In 2002, the company had EPS growth of 28 percent. The company's shares have traded in the $32-$33 range recently.
For the first time, Forbes ranked BOK Financial on its list of 500 top public companies. Forbes ranked companies by a composite of sales, assets, profits and market value. BOK Financial was listed No. 493.