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Bank Of Kentucky Financial Corporation's Shares May Be Out Of Gas

After a huge year in which shares increased 49%, Bank of Kentucky Financial Corp (NASDAQ:BKYF) investors have to be starting to wonder how much gas is left in its tank. The bank managed its way through the financial crisis unharmed, a significant feat considering it is located in a part of the country that was hit hard, and for the most part, is still recovering. BKYF's big move came last year after it completed the repurchase of its TARP warrants, freeing shareholders from an increase in future shares outstanding, and marking the end of more than $34 million worth of related payments. With that, let's take a look under the hood.

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