'Armageddon is not going to happen'

Collinson, Patrick
August 2008
Fund Strategy;8/18/2008, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the insights of PSigma Investment Management investment advisor Bill Mott on the impact of credit crunch on bank stocks. It notes that Mott has high optimism on the situation and believes that bank stock price would be able to recover. Mott states that the main lesson is that markets reach peak levels of both despair and lightness.


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