yes, I asked the same question too. But if it becomes too much of a burden for the FED then they may have to. The FED has full control, and they can do what they feel is better for the entire economny, not just one bacnk.
So, here's my break down of risks:
below 50 cents, is a buy and hold all the way and willing to go down with ship.
70-100 cents is mediocre risk, if you have alot of money then set it aside
above 150 cents is huge risk.
Yes, fnma is profitable and making lots of cash but the 3.3T debt is a huge concern for the FED because they can't raise interest rate.. Thus, there is always the real risk that the Gov may close it down completely.
Most investors would take that risk of losing it all if it was 60 cents or lower. Hence, I think this will trail down to 80-90 cents. Plus, alot of people bought in at 20-80 cents range; thus, there is still huge room for profit taking.
only a measly 250 million shares traded today, what's left is 5.5 billion shares waiting to dump. Get out now and save yourselves. One of the most fucdked up trading companies I have ever witnessed. The FED should just let to go and pretend like such company does not exist.
if the FED just increased interest rate to 1%, fnma will be roasted!!!! 90 billions in interest to that 3.3 trillion debt.
that is just stupid. I have no pity for those who bought in above $3, even if they just want to hold for a few minutes. You know the consequence of a gamble. Under $1, sure maybe, a safer gamble but still a gamble. Under $2, I wouldn't hold it more than a week. Sure not over $3, you could lose everything!
I missed my chance, had to do real work. If it ever hit 5 again, if I am at the computer, I will short
He will double his wealth and more. I guess it pays to be a humanitarian.
The streets thinks it is oversold and so do I. With exception to advertisement expense last quarter, Osur was very close to profitability. Thus, with the push of adverisemtn from previous quarter and word of mouth from consumers; I think we may have profit by next earnings or Q3. I bought in today for long haul, expecting to sell in double digits before the end of this year.
I don't quite agree that privatization is PURELY a good sign: it could also mean that the bad apple can easily be tossed out without affecting other apples. Having the feds like a big bro , bailing you out may be a good thing but the support could also end abruptly
agree with most sentiments here. For now, it is a trading stock, not investing stock. It's not even sclassified under risky, but extremely risky. Yes, you could double to $5 but you can also lose it all back under $1. Profittable but by a very small margin, with 3.3 trillions in debt-- that is our last year's national debt if you want to know now big that is.
The only reason why our government hasn't let it go is the fear of tricklling effect onto other financial institutions, causing national financial collapse.
I don't have the stomach for this kind of action. 3.3 trillion in debt (they will never pay that off). Profitable but it was also 30 cents just 5 months ago. It could come down as fast as it went up, especially 6 billion shares mostly bougt in pennies. Just my two cents, no position at this point. Just sold on a quick proft but very nervous.
get in while it is cheap. This kinect program has unlimited applications, just like what apple did for iphone touchscreen. There will be countless applications on our way, and msft owns it. This is a multitrillion dollar company in the making. xbox one, two, three, etc.....just like iphone 1, 2, 5s etc.
I would not be surprised if this hits $100/sh by the end of the year when they finally have consumers lining up at the doors waiting for their first xbox one.