Sure, I've been a bit rough on Jim Cramer over the years:
Jim Cramer beats Monkey in Stock Picking Contest!For some reason though he seems to have a feel for the banks.
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Jim Cramer: "Yes, the Market Has Bottomed"
I respectfully disagree but at least he's humble and lovable....
(BSC and Wachovia notwithstanding)
For the mother of all linkfests go to "Jim Cramer on: When Will Citigroup Bounce Back? and "Three Stocks That Could Double in the Next Year" (C)" in which he was pushing C at $3.91 on Sept. 9, 2010. That's 26% in four months. As the retail guys say: "And Mr. Big, if you annualized that..."
From MSN's MoneyCentral:
Shares of Bank of America, Citigroup and other major financials are too cheap to pass up.Well, maybe more than a bit rough.
You want to know which banks to buy?
How about Citigroup (C), Bank of America (BAC), Wells Fargo (WFC), PNC (PNC), JPMorgan (JPM) and Huntington Bancshares (HBAN)? How about U.S. Bancorp (USB)?
You know what these stocks have in common? Their prices are ridiculously low, kept down by rumor, innuendo, disbelieving analysts and lies.
Take Bank of America. On Monday I was listening to some clown -- and I use that term with great respect -- talking about $150 billion in mortgage liabilities. Hey, why not say they have to make good on every mortgage ever?...MORE, including video.