BAC: French for très fatigué ~ The Risk Averse Alert

Thursday, February 09, 2012

BAC: French for très fatigué

Filed under "a picture is worth a thousand words" is a Bank of America poised to fulfill the adage "buy the rumor and sell the news." The news, of course, confirms investors in mortgage-backed securities are to be trimmed via a backdoor bailout masquerading as fraud settlement.

Now, what effect does theft have on confidence? So we agree, killing investors is not how a bank is made a powerhouse. Rather this is how it is made vulnerable to a run. Well, what do you know, Bank of America appears ready for the show...

company chart (BAC)

The bank of goodnight America is well poised for a killing fall. Washed out. Finished. Très fatigué.

A front door bailout failure, a backdoor bailout capital flight victim in waiting. Right before your eyes.

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