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Bullish Divergence in Citigroup with a 7% Yield!

Ever since I wrote the article titled "Why Citigroup With an 8% Yield is a Bargain" two weeks ago, I've received lots of e-mails from people either agreeing that the stock is oversold (but still reluctant to buy) or completely…

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Don't Confuse the Long-Term With the Short-Term

My daughter is now 17 months old, and this will be the first Christmas where she actually knows who Santa Claus is.  She has been running around the house for weeks pointing to the many Santa Clauses and yelling "Ho-Ho-Ho!" …

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Why Citibank, With an 8% Yield, is a Bargain

Citigroup - The largest bank in the U.S. has lost 45% of its value this year so far.  The company said it plans on continuing to pay the dividend, which currently yields 6.2%. (When I think of Citigroup, it reminds…

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Why "In-The-Money" Puts Are Not as Risky as Shorting Stock

Ed. Note: This article was originally published December 6, 2007.  The put option contract gives you the right to sell your stock at a designated price.  But most of the time, people don't actually use the put option contract to…

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