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  • Psst, Want To Know What's In Warren Buffett's Succession Envelope? [View instapost]
    Try this one:
    Feb 4, 2013. 08:01 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Disrupting the Banking System [View article]
    On Visa's and PayPal's size:
    Mar 17, 2011. 11:57 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • The Goldman Wells Puzzle [View article]
    This seems to sum it up:
    May 7, 2010. 01:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Ford Is a Goner [View article]
    Sorry, but Ford is not a "goner." It just needs its industrial loan charter to be approved by the FDIC, and I think its application will get approved soon, particularly since many other auto finance enterprises already have an ILC. With an ILC, Ford Credit's cost of funds drop, making it more competitive on the financing front with GMAC -- exactly what Ford Motor Co. needs to stay in the game.
    Jun 9, 2009. 09:06 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Moody's Wakes Up, Whacks 23 Banks [View article]
    Because Davis has been the bank CEO most outraged by the regulators' actions. Now with Moody's jumping on the bandwagon, I have no doubt that he threw at least one chair.

    On Mar 13 01:37 PM JAT wrote:

    > Why do you say that "US Bancorp's Richard Davis is going to blow
    > a f***ing gasket"? Is it because he thinks he has a basis/reason
    > for disputing Moody's analysis? Pls comment...
    Mar 17, 2009. 11:09 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bear Stearns Looking Decidedly Cheap [View article]
    PE is still over 45. That's still quite high, especially considering the weaknesses in one of its core businesses: mortgage finance.
    Jan 9, 2008. 09:13 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Mastercard Should Benefit from VISA IPO Hype [View article]
    Please explain how owning MasterCard and/or Visa can be done without an investor taking on any "credit risk," particularly in light of how credit risk has completely undermined the earnings performance of so many financial services stocks over the last six months.
    Jan 2, 2008. 09:47 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment