Hi, I bought BKU yesterday, and now today it has dropped like a rock because John Kanas abruptly decided not to sell and keep the bank independent. It's odd a decision was made so quickly today when it was supposed to be made in a few days. The sale seemed very likely, and now all of the sudden it just fell apart.
Well, there is a reason for that. There seems to have been a curse or hex put on me when it comes to the stock market. There have been so many crazy occurrences any time I buy a stock where it ends up crashing. It has began happening ever since last autumn. Something crazy happening every single time I buy a good stock can't be a coincidence. What happened with BKU is the straw that broke the camel's back.
I never used to believe in witchcraft, but now I do. And being that some curse or hex was put on me, anything I buy turns to taboo and goes down. And that being the case, it screws anyone over who owns the stock. If you think I'm crazy, just think to yourself. Do you believe in God, any other deity, or any supernatural occurrences? If so, then it's possible for one to be cast with a curse or hex.
So I apologize to anyone who was screwed over and lost money on BKU. I'm probably gonna retire from the stock market, because otherwise I will just end up screwing other people over anytime I buy a stock.
Don't apologize just yet it's just a spur of the moment to this stock and others. Just because management wanted to dump the stock and now they don't, just goes to show what this management team really wants to do?
Gamer, stop feeling sorry for yourself. What happened here has nothing to do with you. The small guy again has been screwed because of an inept regulatory system. This routine with BankUnited is wrong, plain and simple. This was a classic pump for the dump. I am a forty year veteran of the markets, all markets, and I can tell you that this kind of BS can no longer be tolerated. Sit tight, the troops are on the way. Vindication is probably a few years away with the current legal processes.
Do not judge the AH price before seeing where it end up tomorrow. Selling is good only for a good fair price. If bidders belived the company was desparate to sell they will submit low offers. The company never should have asked for bidders like it was some auction like eBay.
Feel sorry man. I have been in those situations before. I failed 4 times before being successful. Being disciplined is a hard work. If you are, then there is no other better place for making money than stock market.