societe generale is at less than half the book value that bank of ireland is at
bnp paribas has a BV which is only 60% of bank of ireland
banco santander has a BV which is 10% below bank of ireland
all these banks produced better than expected earnings results in the past few weeks and have a global reach
im beginning to ask myself if bank of ireland is all that special of a buy , ive bought all of the above in the past few days though i still own nearly twice as much of bank of ireland as the above three put together , i guess what im asking is
do we view bank of ireland more with the heart than the head ?
Ire has now closed below all major averages. the 100 which in Oct provided support has now been breached. Also, Goodboy's re-iterated their buy recommendation of 0.4cents. Goodbody's calls on this share have been awful & so thats negative as well. Unless we get a good bounce Monday this looks like its going lower. No ECB meeting till December, nothing out of Bkir till New year. Probably trade down on low volume. Only positive is this is generally the start of a good seasonal period for stocks. Could be annoying few months for the bulls, I fear
Couldn't do it. Dropped below 30. Went into bank and got loan. Even with an interest rate of around 10% I hope that I'll still be up in a year or 2, plus I'll enjoy the conservatory a bit more :-) Will have to test out capacity when it's built but it will hopefully be cosy (on seperate note, something I learned watching conservatory prices all year, they started dropping in September and now you'll get a good percentage off as noone in their right mind would do it now. Between March and September is peak season and you'll pay top dollar). What would the prizes be for? Who made the most. Who lost the most. Who held out the longest
Hopefully that will clear up the mystery of the UT. great detail there senator. I hope you were able to cut and paste some of that. I think we will just have to accept there is no conspiracy against bkir. Its just a volatile share. A couple of brokers have a 35c price target so it's not far of that I suppose. Unless the ecb capitulate on qe the next major focus will be FY14 results next march. Worth waiting for imo.
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