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CHFN, PROV and WSBF offer good growth at reasonable prices.
Acquisitions are the easiest path to growth for most banks.
Central bank governor Daniel Tarullo outlined some details for big 'systemically important' insurers but assured that compliance charges will be much lower those imposed on banks.
But, more importantly, what I and other pundits think the Fed should do is irrelevant. And here's why you should sort the wheat from the chaff. 
A close below $59 will weaken the chart picture.
A close below $47 will tip the scales in the bears' favor, while a close above $51 is needed to keep the bears at bay a bit longer.
I am watching the trigger points of $15 for a rise and $13.75 for a further selloff.
As warmer weather approaches, don't be surprised to see the stock slump.
Michael Price has profited from his small-bank investments.
There's a considerable amount of overhead chart resistance in the $65-$71 area.

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