The consumer advocate and former presidential candidate says common shareholders of the bailed-out giant deserve a chance to recover their money.
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|Siebert Financial Corporation (SIEB)||1.75||12.90||0.00 M|
|Gleacher & Co Inc. (GLCH)||0.71||7.58||0.53 M|
|Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp (AGM.A)||26.85||7.49||0.00 M|
|RBS Oil Trendpilot Exchange Traded Notes (TWTI)||20.97||5.76||0.00 M|
|The First Marblehead Corporation (FMD)||1.22||5.17||0.11 M|
|Apollo Global Management LLC (APO)||25.04||4.68||1.28 M|
|CIFC Corp (CIFC)||7.82||3.99||0.00 M|
|GAMCO Investors Inc (GBL)||53.25||3.40||0.01 M|
|Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LLC (OZM)||11.54||3.22||1.26 M|
|US Global Investors Inc (GROW)||2.82||2.92||0.02 M|
|Millennium India Acquisition Corporation (SMCG)||0.75||-11.76||0.02 M|
|Nomura Holdings Inc. (NMR)||8.38||-3.68||2.54 M|
|Teucrium Agricultural Fund (TAGS)||42.00||-2.89||0.00 M|
|Noah Holdings Ltd. (NOAH)||11.99||-2.44||0.22 M|
|Consumer Portfolio Services Inc. (CPSS)||7.91||-2.22||0.07 M|
|AllianceBernstein Holding L.P. (AB)||25.17||-2.21||0.20 M|
|Orix Corporation (IX)||69.32||-2.20||0.01 M|
|Investors Capital Holdings Ltd (ICH)||3.67||-2.19||0.00 M|
|ProShares Ultra KBW Regional Banking (KRU)||57.35||-1.80||0.00 M|
|Global X Silver Miners ETF (SIL)||13.33||-1.62||0.21 M|
|Morgan Stanley (MS)||24.35||0.41||11.62 M|
|Bank of New York Mellon Corp (BK)||29.51||-0.44||6.45 M|
|Charles Schwab Corp (SCHW)||19.16||0.90||5.95 M|
|American Express Co (AXP)||75.27||0.78||5.56 M|
|Blackstone Group LP (BX)||22.65||1.80||5.16 M|
|Capital One Financial Corp (COF)||61.13||-0.18||3.90 M|
|Western Union Company (WU)||16.45||-0.12||3.70 M|
|Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS)||158.72||0.83||3.32 M|
|Visa Inc. (V)||180.45||1.32||3.08 M|
|State Street Corp (STT)||64.49||-0.17||2.75 M|
|Visa Inc. (V)||180.45||1.32||$92.2 B|
|American Express Co (AXP)||75.27||0.78||$82.1 B|
|Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS)||158.72||0.83||$72.2 B|
|MasterCard Incorporated (MA)||571.46||0.30||$66.6 B|
|BlackRock Inc (BLK)||283.35||0.19||$47.7 B|
|Morgan Stanley (MS)||24.35||0.41||$47.5 B|
|Capital One Financial Corp (COF)||61.13||-0.18||$35.8 B|
|Franklin Resources Inc. (BEN)||162.94||0.56||$34.5 B|
|Bank of New York Mellon Corp (BK)||29.51||-0.44||$34.4 B|
|Nomura Holdings Inc. (NMR)||8.38||-3.68||$32.3 B|
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