Monday, November 22, 2010

IRE, Bank of Ireland Bailout, Buy, Sell, or Hold?

As the market closed on Friday, I decided to avoid purchasing shares of IRE stock. I liked the idea of a looming bailout, and a potential bounce. However, as the bailout is unfolding shares of IRE are down significantly in pre-market trading. The market does not feel bailouts are going to be enough to bring world economies out of their current funk. While a bailout will prevent a present failure, it does not guarantee there will be a recovery and eventual return to a healthy market. I am glad I held off on a purchase of IRE shares, maybe I will pick some up on the oversold side.

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