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nice

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    ok

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      As soon as it hits $1.00, my limit order will fill:)

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        • Jesse
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        • 29 March 2018, 02:03 pm

        Has Ackman gotten wind that the preferreds are likely to do better than the commons?

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          Sure looks that way. The Commons have gotten HAMMERED lately.

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            • Scott
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            • 29 March 2018, 01:03 pm

            I see this as an opportunity to buy or add to an existing position. This is just a lot of noise.

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              $1.25 for FMCC. Something is up and it it starting to look like we are getting screwed.

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                • Jesse
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                • 29 March 2018, 02:03 pm

                Anything above $36 I would be satisfied!

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                  • Sammy
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                  • 29 March 2018, 01:03 pm

                  Is it possible to keep both commons and preferred?

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                    • John R
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                    • 29 March 2018, 01:03 pm

                    Yes. You can own both.

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                      • 3Kings
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                      • 29 March 2018, 01:03 pm

                      Another lawsuit was recently filed with the help of Jones Day. Plaintiffs are not losing confidence.

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                        • DoubleD
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                        • 28 March 2018, 08:03 am

                        Pershing has held a huge chunk of common for a few years already.

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                          • DoubleD
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                          • 27 March 2018, 12:03 pm

                          We all know how accurate Ackman has been in his picks in the last couple of years...

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                            He just made 100M on nike, maybe the tide is turning!!!

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                              Pershing has held a huge chunk of common for a few years already.

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                                • Jesse
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                                • 27 March 2018, 11:03 am

                                I acquired preferred after the D.C. Circuit Court decision and its remand on the contract claims. But does anyone have any news on the progress of the remanded case in the District Court?

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                                  • DoubleD
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                                  • 27 March 2018, 10:03 am

                                  Would preferred's be a better buy than the common stock?

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                                    I do not think so. The common is a speculative security tied to gse reform and their actual profits. If you think they will eventually get to keep more profits, you own FNMA or FMCC

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                                      Brian, any plans to add shares to the portofolio?

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                                        Why do they trade with an OTC ticker?

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                                          I think it is because they went Bankrupt in 2008 and had to be bailed out.

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                                            Pershing Square's Bill Ackman says its preferred investment in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac now accounts to 21% of its total investment in the two.

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                                              Yea I saw that a couple days ago. He’s not afraid to take big risks with other peopel’s Money. My stake is very small

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                                                • Scott
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                                                • 26 March 2018, 06:03 am

                                                What about buying FMCC?

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                                                  • Jesse
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                                                  • 26 March 2018, 06:03 am

                                                  I am getting the feeling that Steve Mnuchin is not telling the truth on purpose. He promised to release GSEs right after the election and so many people bought GSE stocks and nothing happened.

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                                                    I have thought the same, but the truth is his hands have been tied. Now is his chance. We shall see

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                                                      I am curious whether he will part ways with $100b from the Treasury.

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                                                        • DoubleD
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                                                        • 26 March 2018, 06:03 am

                                                        With 2018 elections coming fast, I cant see any movement on this. If they cant get anything done with the GOP in control of every branch of Gov., then cant see them getting anything done when Dems gain seats in mid-term.

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                                                          • John R
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                                                          • 26 March 2018, 06:03 am

                                                          GSEs accepted a bailout in 2008 with 10% dividend. All payments were classified as dividends and the principle still remains?

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