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Friedman, Billings & Ramsey (FBR)
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Friedman, Billings, Ramsey Group, Inc. announced today the initial public offering of 11,000,000 shares of common stock at a price of $20 per share.

Concurrently with the offering, Friedman, Billings, Ramsey Group, Inc.
has entered into a strategic alliance with PNC Bank Corp. (NYSE: PNC -
news), whereby PNC agreed to purchase a 4.9% interest in FBR.

FBR's strategy is to target specific industry sectors where it believes
it can develop a unique research perspective. The Company then uses its
research perspective together with its capital markets expertise to
provide value for its clients. Using this approach, FBR has achieved a
50% compounded annualized growth rate in revenues since its inception in
1989 through November 30, 1997.
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173I actually think we're going to do well with AI, though it may be 45 days (QDELT1970-6/14/2009
172I own this stock. I had bought a small lot quite some time ago and then completTerrapin-5/26/2009
171Does anyone by chance happen to own any FBR these days? I've bought it this DELT1970-5/11/2009
170FBR is quickly losing credibility First was its recommendation that NFI would gpcyhuang-10/4/2007
169Seeking Alpha Friedman Billings Ramsey: A Contrarian Dumpster Dive Tuesday AugusPaul Lee-8/7/2007
168I think it's been dropping since the conference call. No insider buying in tZencone-8/3/2007
167I bought some stock first thing this morning as I listened to their Q2 call and DELT1970-7/26/2007
166Any FBR investors out there?chartseer-3/3/2007
165FBR's RSI (14) below 30 In recent years, FBR's RSI (14) hit below the 3pcyhuang-9/9/2006
164Potential bottoming of FBR Friedman Billings Ramsey Group Inc. (FBR @$8.03) propcyhuang-9/9/2006
163Any FBR investors out there? FBR is now trading around 18 - close to the 52 wk Peter.Messersmith-10/9/2003
162Possible bottom in for FBR according to the infamous "Swami Yogi" systYogizuna-10/16/2000
161To no position for me now from the previous hold I was on. May as well take profYogizuna-10/4/2000
160FBR is now trying to hold on to rising trend-line support and it's 27 day moYogizuna-9/19/2000
159FBR earnings due Aug 1. Conference call at 9AM EST. Live webcast at www.vcallTimothy R. West-7/25/2000
158 FBR's comment on their stake in WEBM. fbr.com8bits-2/11/2000
157 Believe it or not, it was me who wrote that post, and it's one of the dumbeastyanax-2/10/2000
156 Look at FBR,, acts like he knows what he's doing... bout time I'd say.RC Stein-2/10/2000
155marketwatch.newsalert.comgao seng-2/7/2000
154 When is the webmethods IPO Mongo2116-2/7/2000
153 Webmethods will be HOTTTT! FBR will now seen as the place to go to get your b2gao seng-2/6/2000
152 FBR owns 10.8% of webmethods, which will be IPO on Feb 7, and it will be the hok.p. chen-1/26/2000
151 OTOH, FBR Technology Ventures is said to be a "tiny" part of FBR: Mepsyduck-1/25/2000
150 FBR offers a way to play the allegedly sizzling WebMethods IPO coming up aroundpsyduck-1/25/2000
149 Holy smokes.............she's flying!!!!!!!!!! From Briefing .com Story StBungalow Bill-1/13/2000
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