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Any opinions on the future of the dividend? It has been holding up the price but if NYCB goes for growth, it may have to be reduced again to satisfy the regulators. Last quarter paid out nearly all of operating earnings to the dividend; including the preferred dividends, they paid out more than operating earnings.
According to Bloomberg, NYCB pays CEO Joey Ficalora $11.4MM/year, including $7.9MM in cash as of FY 2016: https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=334864&privcapId=334862. Meanwhile, NYCB shares plummeted from $19 to $12. And more pain could be coming. Sycophants like 1Percent praise Joey's 'leadership', but maybe NYCB shareholders should dump their CEO in favor of new blood that'll work in their interest. Till then, keep short-selling NYCB; our ally Joey will continue to screw over his shareholders for us.
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Keep the faith boys and girls Mr. Ficalora will discuss the Company’s business model next month with Raymond James and they are a quality outfit. I would have preferred Oppenheimer but I am not the President and CEO of NYCB.
Quarles coming up for Senate vote. News is not in NYCB stock today but soon will be.
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When others cry we buy. This stock will be over $15 before 2017 is over
NYCB has just seen the last of the selling. Looks like a potential push higher is in store. have you guys heard of awe.some_sto-cks. i started receiving their allerts and so far i am happy.
Looks like this junk has broken down. Failure of the dividend to support price means lack of faith in future ability to hold the dividend.
When they publicly tell you their strategy is an acquisition, you have to ask how they'll pay for it. The stock price s off over 35% since the af deal was announced, the dividend is off 32%, they borrowed a half a billion in the credit markets fo their preferred and are selling loans to make their numbers. If anyone thinks another dividend cut is out the f the question, I would urge them to make sure they should be in this stock.
the light turned green today. what the heck happened?
any estimates on earnings next quarter with loan production resuming? I'm thinking in the range of 0.23-0.27 a share
Can't find another bank of this quality selling below book... any thoughts whether this decline is a buying opportunity. Current yield 5.6%
With NIM decaying and the last earnings report saved only by a one-time sale of securities, how likely is a dividend cut and huge drop in the price of NYCB stock? As I see it, if there's any issue with operations and they can't pull another one-time rabbit from a hat, they're in trouble with the dividend. Truth is that if they were SIFI, Fed Reserve wouldn't approve their dividend payout, which is why they're so very interesting in avoiding Fed review. What do you think?
The Motley Fool has been trying to pump this stock up for months.