Wednesday, July 7, 2010

"Citi: Bove’s Still Bullish; $8.50 in Three Years" (C)

From Barron's Stocks to Watch Today blog:
Shares of Citigroup (C) got left behind in banking’s general uptick today, closing unchanged at $3.79, compared to gains of 0.6% to 1.6% gains for Goldman Sachs (GS), JP Morgan Chase (JPM), Bank of America (BAC), and Morgan Stanley (MS)
But never fear, the stock could more than double to $8.50 in three years, in the opinion of Rochedale Securities’s Dick Bove, who was featured today on CNBC in the bull and bear debate over Citi....MORE
Banks: "Why Richard Bove is frightened" (BAC; C; JPM; WFC) 
Analyst Audit: Dick Bove of Rochdale Securities on Citigroup (C) 
"Citigroup, Bank of America Up Six Times by 2015 Says Dick Bove" (BAC; C) 
"Despite Market Turmoil, Bove Is Bullish on Banks" (BAC; C; WFC; USB) 
"Goldman Needs New Leaders; Citi Could Hit $8.50: Bove" (C; GS) 
"Bove on Citigroup: Buy" (C) 
"Citigroup: The Case for Continued Growth" (C)
Mr. Bove, what's your thinking on Citigroup?