Five years ago, we presented Forbes magazine readers with a bullish call on student lender SLM, otherwise known as Sallie Mae. Backing up our bet was analyst Matthew Snowling of Friedman Billings Ramsey, an
That tip worked out well, as Sallie has had an 84% cumulative total return since October 2001, versus 34% for the S&P 500. After last week’s election, we checked in again with Snowling on Sallie Mae , a stock that gets bounced around on political news.
“We recently dusted off the Sallie Mae story,” he says. “It’s getting interesting.”