“There’s something wrong with bank analysis. … This industry did come back,” he told a room full of journalists Wednesday. “We’re going to see fourteen years of higher earnings.”
The three-course lunch was hosted by his new employers, Rafferty Capital Markets, as a sort of comeback party for Bove and a press conference for his new “Banking Manifesto.” His son, Joe, passed copies of the 167-page document around a long dining table, and Bove spoke about it for almost two hours while reporters ate filet mignon and apple galettes.
Someone. Please. Send us. This. Book.