I believe I posted here two weeks ago an expectation that the yanks would have a mental problem straddling the $20 mark for their IREs... And expected a range of $17.50 - $20.00 for a month or two. Was surprised to see that they broke that hurdle temporarily. But now you might expect this again. And a corresponding range of EUR 0.26 - EUR 0.30 or so to match that. We'll see.... Fair chance that Deutsche bought this from Ross and the canadian Indian (in an OTC transaction) for some managed portfolios or funds and just let the stock rot there... Have a good weekend all..
I think people are buying into aib and ptsb as they perceive them as cheap now in comparison to BKIR, they possibly believe that if BKIR can rise from .13 to a .38 within a year then the same could apply to aib and ptsb. Whilst we all here know that the market cap of both is ridiculous, to some they may look cheap in comparison to BKIR now. I wouldn't be surprised if there's been profit taking done from BKIR to buy into ptsb and aib. When I bought into ptsb, I bought into it as 100% gamble! when I bought into BKIR I bought in for the long long term with fate that it would recover. Personally, I consider ptsb still a 100% gamble and am thinking of selling it to buy more in BKIR. Anyway, rambling, just trying to give my perspective as to what may be happening with our little fkir.
Hi all - Sorry to further clog the board up off topic, but as some of you have also bought ptsb shares, do you know if any boards exist to discuss them? I think radar should change his 'name' to The Godfather! GLA
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