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For Bank of supposedly America, and JP, I actually hope they fold someday. Those crooks steered our country into the financial mess to begin with, and are still allowed to operate in this country? The SEC slapped them on the wrist, and their CEO's took their golden parachutes, as well as millions. The weak SEC didn't do a dam* thing to them. This market is for the most part bloated, so tread in lightly on stocks and companies you know well. It's all a big gamble, you just have to know how to play the game, and walk away with more than you put in. I am in the market, but watch it like a hawk, and I am not in love with any of my stocks. When I sense a crash is on the way, I won't stick it out like the last crisis, I will cash out, and sit idly by. I suggest you do the same, and not get hyped by all these "wizards" on MSN.
"Don't give up on this bull market yet — it still has room to run, thanks to stronger economic and corporate underpinnings."
Translation: OUR economy is a total wreck, but if you are an entity (and according to John Roberts- Supreme Court Chief Kool Aid Addict- corporations are people too)... the skies are sunny made funny by Ben Bernanke's $85 BILLION a month Quantitative Easing that We the People are on the hook for but never saw a dime of trickle down... then 2014 is going to be a GREAT YEAR. For us people... not on your destitute life.
and no 3m...hmm have held 3m for a long while and love those huge dividend checks and with sales in the billions and a low debt ratio...I just cant figure no 3m...sorry i'll stay where I'm at thank you...
Curious Why would anyone wish to invest in JP morgan when all you would be doing is paying off their 2 Billion dept.
And Has Bank of America paid back the tax payers yet for bailing them out!
And Why would I invest in Banks when they refuse to pay saving interest and the majority of any profit simply goes to the BANKERS!
Who the hell makes this stuff up, anyway?
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