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Capital One Financial Corporation (COF-PJ)

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21.88+0.08 (+0.37%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT

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  • D
    Davis
    MASSIVE order are coming in at the close, huge volume. Large institutions on the move again🤑🚀
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    Ma
    I’m looking forward to earnings. Let’s see if all those commercials paid off. 18 year credit cardholder here, I got the lowest locked in rate ever for any credit card. Love it !
  • S
    Stockguru
    Added at $106.70
  • A
    Amit Luthra
    Bottom?
  • M
    Ma
    Well that’s disappointing but I’m gonna hang in there and when it bottoms I’ll buy more. Just gotta wait.
  • A
    Alex
    COF has a P/B ratio of 0.7…that’s pretty good for a financial institution. Still think this has more to fall, but will definitely pick up shares below $100. 10 year hold for me.
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    ROELLER
    Yahoo! has been so bad lately - especially the COF board. I like using (http://Themaxgains.tech) now instead for my daily research.
  • M
    Ma
    I’m not sure if I should hold or take my losses ?
  • M
    Merrion
    this will drive down visa? what do you believe
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    Active Financials
  • C
    Champs
    AXP VS COF
    Both have ER of 2B
    AXP 118B company VS COF 41B Company
  • M
    Ma
    Love COF ! Had a COF credit card for 18 years I got the lowest rate that anyone can get ! Plus racking up those points, getting ready to request my 1000 dollar check.
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    Market Insight
  • S
    Stockguru
    Looks like $70's are next stop going out 2 years on the chart.
  • F
    Frank
    Worst customer service in history
  • B
    Brent
    When banks set aside provisional losses it is in anticipation for future defaults based on current market conditions. They really did not lose that 3 per share. Banks routinely adjust that number as information is available