From your end, everything will appear fine. The Board and the CEO are required by law to ensure so! Otherwise, an employee could sound the bell of a sinking ship and that would send the stock down prematurely.
As for the Stock, its too soon to tell, but I fully anticipate this stock to drop. Last year's subprime fall-out was nothing in contrast to the $1 Trillion of adjustable rate mortgages that are due to readjust this year.
This is a very big issue, as it is not only the Subprime market that has defaulted under as a result of these resets. Now the President's emergency plan has post-poned some of these loans from reseting, but not all of them, and countrywide is still very much so exposed to them.
I fully anticipate Countrywide will be in for a rough ride. Bankruptcy is looming. Their z-score certainly indicates this, but they would need to generate more revenue to offset this trend. Given the deadlock in the credit markets, issuing mortgages will be more difficult than last year. This is obviously going to affect their bottom-line.
Hey Apple...sorry apple is down. I anticipate this to be a banner year for them if it means anything.