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Hmmm.. GE a good buy @ $32.50???

Started by Woolly Bugger, April 11, 2008, 10:33:31 AM

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Analyst says GE stock recovering because Madoff whistleblower fraud allegations are baseless
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Silver Creek

August 23, 2019, 10:04:17 AM #76 Last Edit: August 23, 2019, 10:58:14 AM by Silver Creek
Quote from: Silver Creek on June 14, 2008, 10:42:26 AMI hope GE recovers but GE's bond rating does not give me any solace given what happened to Citicorp, and B of A. Even the second largest Bank in France, Societe Generale lost $7.1 billion.

Only JP Morgan Chase has done relatively well having the reserves to buy Bear Sterns. I actually own quite a bit of JP Morgan Chase, or should I say Jamie Dimon because I believe he is the saviest CEO in banking today. Invest in people and not in corporations. When Jamie left Citicorp, that was the time to sell Citicorp, buy Bank One, then JP Morgan following Jamie Dimon. You could have known nothing about the companies, only the man and made money at every step. Even with the depressed price of JPM, it is higher than when Jamie took over the company.

Back in June 14th 2008, about 11 years ago, I said I invested in Jamie Dimon of JPM. Let's do a check up on how Jamie did for JPM shareholders. It was about $40 and now it is about $108.50. That is 270% in 11 years and that does not include the dividends that it paid me over those years.

According to Morningstar, the total "dividend" yield over the last 5 years has been 5.74%




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