Bank of Ireland (Gov & Co)

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COMMENT
February 3, 2015

(ADR being delisted?) If you like the macro for the Irish economy, and you think the bank is going to be a growth story for the longer-term, why be dissuaded from buying the company because of that. Talk to your broker and you should be able to buy it in Europe. There will probably be an unofficial ADR. He thinks this is happening because the US has provided some very punitive regulations, and a lot of companies are saying it doesn’t make sense to be subject to US regulations when they don’t do a lot of business there.

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(ADR being delisted?) If you like the macro for the Irish economy, and you think the bank is going to be a growth story for the longer-term, why be dissuaded from buying the company because of that. Talk to your broker and you should be able to buy it in Europe. There will probably be an unofficial ADR. He thinks this is happening because the US has provided some very punitive regulations, and a lot of companies are saying it doesn’t make sense to be subject to US regulations when they don’t do a lot of business there.

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COMMENT
January 9, 2015

Ireland did the right thing. They said they had a problem and were going to fix it, and they did. The housing market seems to be bottoming out, so this bank should be doing better. This, along with the other European banks is on the runway, but don’t have any momentum to take off yet. If you don’t own, it wouldn’t hurt to let it go on a little bit longer.

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Ireland did the right thing. They said they had a problem and were going to fix it, and they did. The housing market seems to be bottoming out, so this bank should be doing better. This, along with the other European banks is on the runway, but don’t have any momentum to take off yet. If you don’t own, it wouldn’t hurt to let it go on a little bit longer.

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COMMENT
September 16, 2014

Lloyd’s Bank (LYG-N) or Bank of Ireland (IRE-N)? This is a more leveraged bet to a recovery. Ireland is trying to repay the IMF tranche of its bailout from 2010. This would be the one he would go for.

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Lloyd’s Bank (LYG-N) or Bank of Ireland (IRE-N)? This is a more leveraged bet to a recovery. Ireland is trying to repay the IMF tranche of its bailout from 2010. This would be the one he would go for.

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COMMENT
July 25, 2014

The issue with the banking sector is that the damaged ones needed to be re-capitalized with fresh capital. This one got real capital put into it and the Irish economy is starting to grow quite well. Doesn’t think this is for his clients, but there is definitely upside here. As interest rates climb to higher levels, this will be driven to higher levels also. There has been a definite drop in relative performance because they sold off assets. A decent bank and a good option to look at.

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The issue with the banking sector is that the damaged ones needed to be re-capitalized with fresh capital. This one got real capital put into it and the Irish economy is starting to grow quite well. Doesn’t think this is for his clients, but there is definitely upside here. As interest rates climb to higher levels, this will be driven to higher levels also. There has been a definite drop in relative performance because they sold off assets. A decent bank and a good option to look at.

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COMMENT
May 29, 2014

One of the great restructure stories in Europe. This bank dealt with a lot of the issues right off the bat when they saw the Irish economy collapsing. Cut a lot of costs and re-looked at their capital structure and got cheaper funding. This is a real good opportunity for companies in the banking sector as the economies in Ireland continues to heal. There may be some volatility along the way. Not trading at an expensive multiple.

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One of the great restructure stories in Europe. This bank dealt with a lot of the issues right off the bat when they saw the Irish economy collapsing. Cut a lot of costs and re-looked at their capital structure and got cheaper funding. This is a real good opportunity for companies in the banking sector as the economies in Ireland continues to heal. There may be some volatility along the way. Not trading at an expensive multiple.

BUY
BUY
March 31, 2014

One of the crashed and cratered, almost criminal banks. It probably continues up. Probably has a long way to go in the future.

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One of the crashed and cratered, almost criminal banks. It probably continues up. Probably has a long way to go in the future.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
March 6, 2014

Country has a good moral fiber. Government bailed out the bank. It is a good economy and tapping into a recovering Europe. He prefers the UK banks as this one is not as turned around as the ones in UK.

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Country has a good moral fiber. Government bailed out the bank. It is a good economy and tapping into a recovering Europe. He prefers the UK banks as this one is not as turned around as the ones in UK.

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COMMENT
February 18, 2014

Used to own this and it was a 10 bagger for him. Ireland has been recovering as has the bank sector in England. This probably could have a lot more upside. Has tremendous momentum right now.

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Used to own this and it was a 10 bagger for him. Ireland has been recovering as has the bank sector in England. This probably could have a lot more upside. Has tremendous momentum right now.

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COMMENT
January 8, 2014

Was looking at this when it was around $4-$5. It has gone up too far for him to be interested. Could see it having tremendous upside.

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Was looking at this when it was around $4-$5. It has gone up too far for him to be interested. Could see it having tremendous upside.

HOLD
HOLD
December 23, 2013

European banks were similar to American banks. Some took assistance. He looks at those that did not have to accept government money. See his top picks today. They can’t restart their dividend due to rules. He would sit tight on this one as they can eventually restart the dividend. Watch for something to fundamentally change or for it to break technical support. If you are up a lot, why not sell half.

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European banks were similar to American banks. Some took assistance. He looks at those that did not have to accept government money. See his top picks today. They can’t restart their dividend due to rules. He would sit tight on this one as they can eventually restart the dividend. Watch for something to fundamentally change or for it to break technical support. If you are up a lot, why not sell half.

BUY
BUY
February 28, 2013

Banks are driven by the macro environment of a country. The macro environment in Ireland is difficult but changing quite a bit. They are getting back on track as an economy. It is still going to take time. There is a good chance this company will survive. You could buy it here or wait for a pullback. Hold for a 3-5 year period and you will do well with it.

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Banks are driven by the macro environment of a country. The macro environment in Ireland is difficult but changing quite a bit. They are getting back on track as an economy. It is still going to take time. There is a good chance this company will survive. You could buy it here or wait for a pullback. Hold for a 3-5 year period and you will do well with it.

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DON'T BUY
August 21, 2012

A total turnaround story. Has actually done a little bit better recently and it looks like there are some prospects to it. The challenge with any of the European banks is the potential for significant dilution of their capital. Having to raise more capital to satisfy different regulatory requirements is very significant and very real. You could do better elsewhere.

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A total turnaround story. Has actually done a little bit better recently and it looks like there are some prospects to it. The challenge with any of the European banks is the potential for significant dilution of their capital. Having to raise more capital to satisfy different regulatory requirements is very significant and very real. You could do better elsewhere.

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DON'T BUY
August 14, 2012

Dangerous one. Ireland did the righteous thing and bailed out their banks, but unfortunately you now have a poor real estate environment and high levels of unemployment. However Ireland is seeing export growth. US banking sector has more opportunity and less downside risk.

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Dangerous one. Ireland did the righteous thing and bailed out their banks, but unfortunately you now have a poor real estate environment and high levels of unemployment. However Ireland is seeing export growth. US banking sector has more opportunity and less downside risk.

WAIT
WAIT
June 25, 2012
Smart investors have gone in and bought a lot. He owned it and sold 53% for 10x and then 47% for a small gain. He thinks there is a big turn around that could happen here. Wait until September but not necessarily until things settle out in Europe.
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Smart investors have gone in and bought a lot. He owned it and sold 53% for 10x and then 47% for a small gain. He thinks there is a big turn around that could happen here. Wait until September but not necessarily until things settle out in Europe.
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WATCH
May 31, 2012
He had a 10 bagger with it some time ago. A lot of people say it is a tremendous turn-around story and it is on his radar screen.
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He had a 10 bagger with it some time ago. A lot of people say it is a tremendous turn-around story and it is on his radar screen.
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Bank of Ireland (Gov & Co)(IRE-N) Rating

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