Opportunity in subprime lender stocks

The article below is aimed at investors and the author clearly sees opportunity in stock of some lenders. He makes a very good case for Countrywide pointing out that the subprime market is segmented into A-, b and C category papers. It is the B and C that is really getting a shell shacking, but lenders with greater exposure to A- might be seeing a decline in their stock prices and could turn their stocks into worthy cheap bargains. Read the full analysis here:

Market Buzz: Opportunities in Subprime Lenders [Fool.com] March 08, 2007: “See, the key to investing successfully is not necessarily to find the fastest-growing or most profitable stocks. Rather, it’s to find the stocks the market has priced well below fair value.”

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