opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com -- No doubt all of this fearful selling by these experienced bankers and traders could be viewed as clever, especially as Goldman’s stock shriveled to around $49 per share in November 2008, and they all likely have so much of it anyway. But now that Goldman’s stock has recovered smartly to around $155 per share and the firm is making money hand over fist, selling stock during those scary days in 2008 doesn’t look nearly as smart. Prudent, yes, but savvy, not so much
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