Whitney Buries Banks Again

Bankrupt (Going Out of Business Sign)

Bad news for JP Morgan (NYSE:JPM), Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), Citi (NYSE:C) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)

Sears Nears Credit Pact

Sears Holdings

This is a sort of update on a post from March.

Bank of America's Dubious Earnings

Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)

Here are Bank of America's (NYSE:BAC) Q1 results.

Wells Fargo Shareholder Letter

Wells Fargo

I am slowly turning from wanting to unload my Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) position to just sitting back and keeping it.

FDIC's Shiela Blair on "Bad Bank" Plan

U.S. Quarter - 25 Cents USD

There is a real eye opening statement in this interview.

Mark-To-Market Has Destroyed $1 Trillion in Lending

Bear Market

William Issac, former chair of the FDIC testified before Congress on March 12th. His testimony is the most damning I have seen on the mark-to-market debate to date.

Jamie Dimon "Unplugged"

JP Morgan

JP Morgan's (NYSE:JPM) CEO talks about banking, mark-to-market accounting, compensation and regulation. Dimon is rapidly becoming the most lucid and trusted banker in America and the reputation is deserved. 

Roubini: "We Are Still All Doomed"

Nouriel Roubini

If easily depresed, do not watch

Should You Follow Lewis & Dimon and Buy Bank Shares?

JP Morgan

Does this mean you should follow the CEO's and buy shares of Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) or JP Morgan (NYSE:JPM) at these levels?

Michael Farr's 10 Stock Picks for 2009

Investing Ideas (2)

Michael Farr, President of Farr, Miller and Washington appeared on the Nightly Business Report on Wednesday and talked up his shopping list for 2009 which included 10 stocks, let's review.

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