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|Long term hopeful.|
|Dividend increase of 50 per cent. In 3rd quarter Can you imagine USA ever letting Bank of America go down. Patience needed here. Will it ever get back to 45 dollars - who knows but does it matter if it only gets to 20 as long as the payout gradually recovers.|
|60% increase in earnings at the last count. Has a buyback and 0. 4% yield. Before the troubles of 2008 you would pay $45 for these. Jim Cramer said recently he 'could not dispute the investment case for Bank of America'. Well some bought at $6 -I bought at $12. They could jump about if middle East war is protracted and while 'tapering' runs its course and they are bumping their heads on the debt ceiling but given oil sufficiency and reasonable housing stability there is leeway for Bank of America to recover over the long term.|
|So, is this 'share' worth buying?|
|Wikileaks exposes governments and major organisations and little happens, but when info from a Mega US bank is ready for outing by wikileaks, all hell breaks loose:
From Larry Levin:
In a recent post I mentioned the now viral speech that Nigel Farage gave to the Eurocrats in Brussels. "But look at your response to them (Ireland): what they are being told as their government is collapsing is that it would be inappropriate for them to have a general election. In fact commissioner Rehn here said they (Ireland) had to agree to a budget first before they are allowed to have a general election. Just who the hell do you think you people are? You are very, very dangerous people indeed: your obsession with creating this European state means that you are happy to destroy democracy, you appear to be happy with millions and millions of people to be unemployed and to be poor."
Although Mr. Farage wasn't speaking to a cabal of banksters, he could have been. Instead, he was speaking to the muscle of the banksters: politicians that allow them to do whatever they choose. Moreover, when he said "dangerous;" I wonder if any of you thought in the very literal term of the word?
For Mr. Julian Assange, owner of Wikileaks, life has gotten very serious...but not until he said his website would release information on a mega-BANK in the USA!
There was no problem with multiple war leaks over Afghanistan.
There was no problem with multiple war leaks over Iraq.
There was no problem with Israel/flotilla leaks & video.
However, as soon as a bank may be exposed all hell breaks loose!
Interpol issues a global manhunt for founder Assange.
Professor Tom Flanagan, a senior advisor and strategist to the Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, called for the assassination of Wikileaks founder Assange - a fatwa if you like. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bqtIafdoH_g&feature=player_embedded
Senator Lieberman trashes freedom of speech gets website shut down.
The timing of when Wikileaks said it would announce a "data dump" of a mega-bank in the US (believed to be BAC) and the sudden escalation of angst and anger including murder - on the part of those who protect the banksters simply can NOT be ignored and it is simply sickening.
These banksters apparently CAN get away with murder; it's no longer a simple statement. "You are dangerous people, indeed!"
I think a few more appropriate nuggets from Nigel Farage are in order...
"This whole project, this whole dream, this whole modern Marxism, has been imposed upon the people of Europe (and creeping into the USA), without their view being sought, and in the case of France and the Netherlands, when they did give their opinion, they simply ignored them and continued."
..."Complete madness has overcome the European Union (and US bankers): on the broader point there are those here who do see the European project a staging post to one world government."
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