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c11ray 176 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 17, 2015 12:23 AM Member since: Jan 17, 2006
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  • Reply to

    What else are you guys buying?

    by wpd_deleter Apr 16, 2015 4:00 PM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 17, 2015 12:23 AM Flag

    I like Citi, they just beat last years earning by 21%.

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 17, 2015 12:21 AM Flag

    They got to make money some how they are a business and Yellen and E. Warren would like to shut them down and break them up into small banks that can't survive at these low interest rates.

  • Reply to

    C is still under $1 stock.

    by mtaindewtime Apr 16, 2015 10:51 PM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 17, 2015 12:10 AM Flag

    SPAM

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    How about those potatas?

    by rbrentbyrne Apr 16, 2015 8:07 AM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 17, 2015 12:09 AM Flag

    I'm with you for the ride up.

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 16, 2015 10:32 PM Flag

    Yea like missing their quarterly number. Someday BAC will do good but with the Socialist Yellen and E.Warren doing everything they can to destroy the large banks it want be until we get a president that is not a Socialist. Yellen is pushing to keep interest rates low while Warren preaches about breaking up the large banks. The small banks can't make any money with these low rates but E.Warren is still screaming to break up the large banks and make them into small banks.

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 16, 2015 9:52 PM Flag

    They were on the run but what King Bodo didn't tell everyone was where they where running to. Guess where some of them ended up, that's right at the airport, seaport and oil terminal in Yemen. Maybe the Saudi Royal Air Force can solve this problem with their F16's.

  • Reply to

    How about those potatas?

    by rbrentbyrne Apr 16, 2015 8:07 AM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 16, 2015 9:40 PM Flag

    Go for it and when the guy that can't buy a house rents yours and trashes it you will lose all your profit. It happens so often its not funny but I'm sure you have a full proof plane. Ha Ha Ha.
    You sound like a stupid friend of mine that had 6 houses rented out and 4 of them paid for and the other 2 were 36 months from being paid for. Him (50) and his wife (48) were going to quit their jobs and sail off in their 40' Morgan to the Caribbean and let the property manager do their job . He call me one day and said every one of his renters quit paying rent 2 month ago. He had done back ground checks, financial and employment checks held rent money, damage deposits and insurance, the whole 9 yards. It took him 6 months to get them all out and by then the housing market had dropped so bad that by the time he got the house cleaned back up and sold a year later with his legal fees and all his expenses totaled up he had 300 thousand left from 1.25 million that they had invested. He and his wife will be working until they are 65 now. My neighbor if you want to call him that since were all out on tracks of land had an apartment complex and he sold it because he was tiered of the rental nightmares. He had 2 rows with 6 unit in each building 4 building per row. 48 units and 1 office and maintenance shop with a pool and gym. It drove him and his wife nuts trying to stay on top of that with an office manager and staff. Always had something going on that the manager needed to contact them? So good luck with your rental property, who knows you might be the lucky one that does well with rentals.

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    This message board is so quiet

    by i_am_in_no_mansland Apr 16, 2015 6:22 PM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 16, 2015 6:46 PM Flag

    That because we have two negative people that trash anyone that says anything positive about Citi. If you look back you will see general. miltz and Stockor_Evil who may be one in the same are always trashing Citi and anyone who says something positive about Citi is then trashed.
    I notice they are a little quite today since Citi beat their number for the quarter. It wasn't perfect but it was better the BAC and WFC. Citi is continuing to improve and that is good. The buyback has started.

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    How about those potatas?

    by rbrentbyrne Apr 16, 2015 8:07 AM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 16, 2015 4:47 PM Flag

    Now that's Funny. You don't have a clue what I have done. I don't know what your doing and you probably don't either but I don't believe the BS you just through out. You are good for a laugh and I thank you for that.

  • Reply to

    How about those potatas?

    by rbrentbyrne Apr 16, 2015 8:07 AM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 16, 2015 12:50 PM Flag

    So only a fool would allow their banks (not just a bank) and their country to financially collapse as you are suggesting. That is a foolish statement and shows your lack of good judgment and business ability. In a free market the government would stay out of it. They are the reason that it happened when they pushed the Federal Reserve into keeping rates low and the housing bubble just exploded. I the Federal Reserve would have done their job this would not had happen.

    Now a smart person will buy everything on his credit card and pay the card off at the end of the month and get 2% to 5% back or free Flights and hotels or some combination and then their is people like you that pay high interest on merchandise that they could not afford. Learn to live within you means.

    So you lost you tail on the bailout and shareholder dilution which shows you are really foolish with your money. Reverse splits or any split does not cause you to gain or lose money on the split and if you could see what was going on I suggest you stop drinking so much and sober up. Now the game may get a little harder because it may slowly start moving up instead of moving sideway. Sideways was so safe picking the top and bottom.

    And if you can't make money on Citi right now and for the past few years then it is you fault not mine.

  • Reply to

    How about those potatas?

    by rbrentbyrne Apr 16, 2015 8:07 AM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 16, 2015 11:00 AM Flag

    I think it was $127. I didn't realize you were such a socialist stocktor _Evil and so I see you must be a fan of Yellen and E.Warren who want to close the big banks down and destroy America as we know it to day. If they spent as much time working with the banks as they do trying to destroy the banks this country would be in a lot better shape.

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    What's driving today's move?

    by exgasmaster Apr 15, 2015 10:52 AM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 15, 2015 11:21 AM Flag

    The data shows that Commercial and industrial loan , Cards loans and foreign investments were all better then mortgage loans. So WFC and BAC are on the low end and Citi JPM and Goldman will be on the high end and that has held true for WFC,BAC and JPM. So Citi and Goldman look like great buying opportunity right now and shows to be undervalued. Since Citi leads the pack in all the Commercial, Industrial, Cards and foreign investments tomorrow should be interesting.

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 15, 2015 9:17 AM Flag

    Miltzski I didn't know you were a polish Democrat. I should have seen that coming since you hate banks. Your part of the Elizabeth Warren and Yellen group. So that makes you a LGBT supporter.
    So Miltzski answer this. When did you come out of the closet and admit your gay or have you admitted to it yet.

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    Earnings report

    by mr.schnider Apr 14, 2015 10:53 AM
    c11ray c11ray Apr 14, 2015 4:56 PM Flag

    If Yellen and E.Warren would have allowed interest rates to go up a 1/4 of a point then WFC would have had a great quarter. Rates should be at 1.25 to 1.375 right now and not 0. They are holding it down which will cause a bubble again in the housing market.

  • Bigger is better for banks in Q1: #$%$ Bove

    Weakness in residential loans will be a drag on smaller regional and community banks, he said.
    "Anything to do with residential lending, whether it's home equity loans or mortgages, did very badly," he said, noting the poor performance was not due to lack of demand, but government regulation that discourages banks from issuing home equity loans.

    It would seem that socialism is not good for banks and for middle class America so Elizabeth Warren and Yellen who support Obama on their socialist ideas and want to destroy large banks may not be a good idea unless you want to live in government housing because you can't get a loan to buy one.

  • Weakness in residential loans will be a drag on smaller regional and community banks, he said.
    "Anything to do with residential lending, whether it's home equity loans or mortgages, did very badly," he said, noting the poor performance was not due to lack of demand, but government regulation that discourages banks from issuing home equity loans.

    That's Obama, Elizabeth Warren and Yellen hard at work abusing middle class with more government regulations. Socialism in no good for middle class.

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 12, 2015 11:01 AM Flag

    Really "Be Allowed" its not the peoples choice on whether he runs for president. Its the peoples choice on who they vote for. Its Freedom and you can stand on the side of the road with a sign to supporting or opposing a candidate running for office. That's why Elizabeth Warren is not going to run, she does not want anyone to look to deep into her past and find out how #$%$ she and here family is. It must be real ugly for that Socialist .

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 12, 2015 10:25 AM Flag

    Over all they will Exceed on their bottom line. The problem is their FX trading may be short a little but their was a lot of trading at the end of the quarter and Argentina will affect them a little bit for South America but they are less then 2% of the total South America operation and Argentina wasn't a total lose. Credit spread has not changed it continues to be tight and that has been figured into the data all ready. The sale of One Main for 4.25 billion and the other banks/credit card company they sold for around 4 billion were all from Citi Holding. Will see some profits starting to roll in from Costco and will continue to grow. They dumped a lot of overhead when they sold the 11 banks that were low profit margins with high overhead. Citi is one of the largest credit card company and profits there will be outstanding. Insiders bought over 318 thousand shares in the last 90 days and the executives know the numbers whole lot better then you or me. The Fed approved their Business model so their risk is looking much lower and is line with their profit margins. Europe is growing with their QE and China is a 7% growth and America is growing. Greece made their payment and Russia is at 15.5% interest.
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    Now answer my question Miltzski or can you read!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You have said they will miss their quarter, Please explain.

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 12, 2015 12:20 AM Flag

    NASA Landed on the Moon and came home, their are no questions about it.

  • c11ray c11ray Apr 12, 2015 12:14 AM Flag

    You have already said their going to miss.

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