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The price action stinks. Respect that fact.
Compiling a list of what performed poorly last week would fill several notebooks.
Its plunge amply compensates new investors for entering positions in a tough retail environment.
Dividend yield is the determining factor in this strategy.
Disney, Twitter and Coca-Cola headline the reporting week.
A tainted past forced the bank to rethink itself and it has quietly transformed its business.
Until leadership focuses consistently on real banking, my view of the stock will remain negative.
Anything else will bring out sellers galore.
I wouldn't try to catch this knife here.
Take a look at the number of stocks that made new lows.

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