<-- That's a 2-year look at Goldman Sachs. Nice action.
Since November there are a series of higher lows. There's another 20% or so until resistance. More than a double to get to the previous high (dare to dream).
Goldman may be bad example but I'm wondering which bank will be first to raise money - common or preferred - without the govvies telling them to. They could pay back the TARP money, buy a healthy bank or buy a troubled one.
I'm sure the bankers still think their stocks are cheap. JP Morgan is up 45% this week. Is it time to sell some?
“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important.” - Ambrose Redmoon