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  • Bank Of America: A World Without Countrywide [View article]
    jlfg1955,
    No response? Could it be that you post was inaccurate?
    Sep 17 05:02 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: A World Without Countrywide [View article]
    Wharton,
    Could be he's saying you're redoubling the length of your posts.
    Sep 17 04:59 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: A World Without Countrywide [View article]
    jlfg,

    Not sure what you mean by "original note" but you should have been given a copy of all the mortgage papers. At any rate, what do you mean that "almost anyone could see that it is fraudulent"? That's a pretty strong statement - please explain so others can check.
    Sep 16 06:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. banks to be hit with tougher capital rule [View news story]
    Seekiggreatwealth,

    No, it means he has a new thread for his BAC venom trail. Notwithstanding futilefutile sold BAC at 15.05 recently. Apparently "we" are not above owning "the nations leading enterprise for fraud and criminal activity".

    IMO we see more of the same for the banks until the political winds change. I see you day trade and assume you use options too. I've done well with BAC selling covered calls and buying back or let them expire worthless. The covered straddle has also been productive. Prefer the straddle have at least 3 times the number of covered calls vs the short puts. Doing much the same with C and WFC. If you don't mind - pls share any views on BAC option strategy (in the current climate).
    Thanks.
    Sep 9 07:59 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: Stage Set For Substantial Upside [View article]
    funfun,

    Sorry Fortune pricked your balloon.

    But no comment on your ill advised "for the record" sale of BAC at 15.05?

    IMHO, you'll probably have another chance to buy BAC, led by Mr Moynihan, America's most underrated CEO, around 15.25 - 15.50.
    Sep 5 03:24 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America Denies Hustle; Value Play Emerges [View article]
    Micclay,
    Excellent point but implication is their game and when you catch them, they switch to another angle.
    Sep 5 09:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: Stage Set For Substantial Upside [View article]
    funfun,
    And Fortune Magazine's article described Mr. Moynihan as the most underrated CEO in America. But what would a World Recognized Business and Financial Publication with too many awards to count know?

    Apparently your recent "for the record" sale of BAC at $15.05 was ill advised. You can probably buy again at around 15.25 - 15.50 if the market dips as everyone is expecting.
    Sep 5 09:09 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • What's Next For Bank Of America [View article]
    sicUTAH and mphill47

    Welcome to South Chicago. What a shame the voters couldn't see that and bought the teleprompter and media spin.
    Sep 3 12:05 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What's Next For Bank Of America [View article]
    Habits perhaps but for some, ego's don't die.
    Sep 3 11:59 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America: Stage Set For Substantial Upside [View article]
    Bret,
    Thanks for the article. Like the answers and explanations....often very helpful. And just love the management of funnyfunny and the Canadian Lib. Absolutely dead on :>)

    The downgrade by Nomura today doesn't surprise me as analysts wobble, waffle, and sometimes whiff. It's a challenge to assess stocks and IHMO ego may drive the rating more than data. Doubt that was the case with Nomura however. Could you provide your thoughts?
    Sep 3 11:33 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Loving The Leverage: Bank Of America [View article]
    As a compulsiive obsession he can't let it go. Besides he thinks the litigation will go on for ever and in that vein he's probably right. However as it dwindles and/or the politicians change he'll need another vehicle (stock)
    Sep 2 09:37 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America - Free To Power Up To $20 By Next Year [View article]
    funfun,
    "did not go out and invent" Sorry but sometimes they do. Politics can be a most filthy game. They aren't prosecuting crooks. They're prosecuting BAC the institution Why? Because that's where the money is.
    Sep 1 11:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America - Free To Power Up To $20 By Next Year [View article]
    NYCTexBank,
    Enjoy following your comments and dialogs. Agree with most and disagree some....I think that's what makes a market. As for funfun, our UK individual investor and BAC venom phenom, it's not about creditability. It's about the rant. Although out of new comments long ago he will persist.
    Sep 1 10:19 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America - Free To Power Up To $20 By Next Year [View article]
    funfun,
    You might want to check out the Aug 27 Fortune Magazine article "The most underrated CEO in America". It's about Brian Moynihan - positive press on the BAC CEO! Who knew!

    Just one Major Business and financial Magazine's opinion apparently.

    What was the price you got for BAC in that "For the record" transaction? 15.05 wasn't it? Left $1/sh on the table even with today's decline in the financials.. That's about .6 Pound in your country.
    Aug 28 04:40 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bank Of America And Merrill Lynch Avoid Death Penalty [View article]
    Don,
    For what it's worth I thought the article was well done and being very careful is sound advice. Its relatively high Beta would suggest it may currently be a good trading vehicle (?).
    As for "our great leader, President Obama" I'm hoping that's a sarcastic reference - a phrase more likely heard from North Korea or in China's days of "The Great Helmsman, Mao". For the filthy politics of South Chicago, home base for Obama, Jarrett, Holder and other followers it should be "The great Oblame'er". With the fines for BAC the little guys will be hurt the most - laid off probably. For any executives guilty of criminal behavior; find which ones, fine them and put them in jail. Those guilty of horrible judgment - fire them.
    Aug 22 07:20 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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