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  • Bank Of America Has Been Dead Money For 20 Years: Did They Fire The Right People? [View article]
    Of course not. But then again I also don't want to read utter nonsense. This article isn't even coherent to anyone who knows the first thing about BAC's legacy loan operations.

    Why don't you answer a few questions? First, why would it be bad that BAC is able to reduce employees who service problem loans ... and this because there are less problem loans!?. So it's bad that they've been resolving their problem loans? What are they supposed to do? Keep these people as decorations? Are you saying it is immoral when any business shifts staffing needs, or are you saying it is immoral when BAC shifts staffing needs? So you propose that BAC has the social duty to keep a bunch of people that there isn't enough work to keep?

    As far as the CEO, why don't you just say you don't like Moynihan if you don't like him? So you want to fire the CEO? Do you think we don't need a CEO, or do we just need a new one? What board of morality does this new CEO need to be approved by?

    The idea that there is a grave evil force (BAC) that has somehow survived as just that .. a grave evil force, for 20 years. Well, it's laughable. All the while people from top to bottom coming and going... yet it remained evil, and all those who have ever worked there in management are cut from the same evil cloth?

    Really Don... I propose a different approach. Surely the Editors will of SA will agree. Let's have an exorcism, by golly! Let's rid BAC of EVIL SPIRITS forever! First, we need to have a seance. Surely Don, a man as well intentioned and astute as you could pull such a thing off! Then the evil will have been conquered, and you would truly be my hero. Heck, you'd be everyone's hero and famous on TV too!

    In all honesty, this would make more sense than this article and similar articles you've written. If you want attention, this would give it to you. Otherwise, this is honestly getting boring. Very boring.

    I implore the gods at SA.. please, add an option that allows a user to ignore a SA contributor..
    Jul 2 11:04 PM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can You Trust Buying Bank Of America? [View article]
    I said this isn't going to be a game changer. The sky isn't falling. If you think this is so material, you should short the banks.
    Jul 2 02:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can You Trust Buying Bank Of America? [View article]
    I don't think that's going to be a game changer. They'll then have all the trouble banks have managing loans, etc.
    Jul 2 12:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Has Been Dead Money For 20 Years: Did They Fire The Right People? [View article]
    Yes, but this is so stupid, it's just not even funny anymore. it's just stupid.

    If SA wants to be taken seriously, they will stop publishing articles like this. Pure and simple... Where is the editorial process here? I am sure there will be whining to the editor about the various comments here, so they can delete them. But would this happen if SA didn't publish articles composed only of meaningless fluff?
    Jul 2 12:08 PM | 9 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Has Been Dead Money For 20 Years: Did They Fire The Right People? [View article]
    Another ridiculous article. The reduction in employees was because the legacy portfolio of bad loans is being worked through. THAT'S A GOOD SIGN. To suggest that BAC should keep people they no longer need and fire the CEO who has guided this stock through the Great Recession is simply preposterous.

    Unfathomable that Seeking Alpha publishes this tripe.
    Jul 2 11:15 AM | 27 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can You Trust Buying Bank Of America? [View article]
    I would say that's a very realistic price target, pretty much in line with where I'm thinking it will be. Trying to make a double to a triple on 2016 BAC calls.
    Jul 2 09:34 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can You Trust Buying Bank Of America? [View article]
    I poked the bear a little this morning. Asking for the next installment in his comedy of articles.
    Jul 2 09:30 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can You Trust Buying Bank Of America? [View article]
    Maybe so, but poor writing style is still that... poor writing style. Why go out of your way to muddle what you're trying to communicate?
    Jul 2 09:29 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • It Appears As Though Shares Of Bank Of America Will Be Taking A Hit On Monday [View article]
    tapping my foot, waiting for the next humorous article.
    Jul 2 09:09 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Can You Trust Buying Bank Of America? [View article]
    I fully agree with your assessment here. However, you undermine the clarity of your article when you refer to yourself in third person.
    Jul 2 09:07 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: Handicapping Capital Returns [View article]
    The real problem is government is burning real cash, not promises.. to buy votes (for the Democrats) from the lazy who do nothing except siphon as much as possible from the people who actually work. Destroying our children's future to pay for an underclass of idiots. The promises not kept? To our children who will inherit this mess.
    Jul 1 12:41 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: Handicapping Capital Returns [View article]
    I see very limited downside here. Makes this a great stock to day trade at these levels. Has been working for me very well to do this around my core position.
    Jul 1 12:16 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Intel: Basic Reasons For Increasing Earnings [View article]
    I am buying the 2016 $25 calls now. Thanks to Russ Fischer, I already made 30k on INTC calls a couple of weeks ago, though I cashed those options in too early because I thought I could buy them back cheaper. Wrong!. Kicking myself for that one but the horse is done out of the barn, as they say. Probably going to make a big buy on the $35 2016 calls this next week.

    INTC is going to do what MSFT did when it finally began to move up after being dead money for such a long time. And that's if there is no game changing technology unveiled by INTC. If something like memory on cpu hits... then the sky is the limit.

    Looking to sell some MU and buy more INTC this coming week.
    Jun 28 03:03 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: Government Settlements Cost Less Than They Appear [View article]
    Nice to see at least a realistic view of the settlements vs "this is unlimited billions and the sky is falling". A dip to 15 brings out my next wave of buying.
    Jun 27 10:28 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America May Be Failing Its New York Customers [View article]
    Who is "we"? You and funfun?
    Jun 25 05:20 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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