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Freddie Mac


Community Rating: 2 Stars: Unattractive

3.82 -0.01 (-0.26%)

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Today's Open $3.86
Previous Close $3.83
Daily Range $3.80 - $3.88
52-Week Range $0.74 - $6.00
Market Cap $2.5B
P/E Ratio -3.50
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 823,920
Average Daily Volume 14,414,090
Current FY EPS $2.83

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mjonesy1985 (< 20)
Submitted February 3, 2011

all these top players down thumbing a stock in an uptrend.....obvioulsy there will come a time where it will sell off from profit taking.....but if thats the case then you would expect all these top p … More

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jacobydanes (0)
Submitted September 29, 2008

Get in this now while there is still money to be made!

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Freddie Mac (FMCC) Description

A stockholder-owned corporation chartered by Congress to create a flow of funds to mortgage lenders. Purchases certain residential mortgages that it finances by issuing mortgage pass through securities and debt instruments in the capital markets. Website: http://www.freddiemac.com/

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