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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick May 08/20, Up 62%) Issue is where's the top in this interest rate cycle? With interest rate moves so far this year, financials are having a difficult time. Housing, a major component of the US economy, looks like it's weakening. Tough Fed talk is not good for asset prices like banks.
banks
BUY
Banks have been hit lately, but don't forget that interest rates will go up and this will widen their spreads. The consumer is in good shape. Credit xxxx. Banks offer cheap valuations. JOPM is on her list while BAC is her biggest position among banks.
banks
BUY
banks Banks have been hit lately, but don't forget that interest rates will go up and this will widen their spreads and feed their revenues. The consumer is in good shape. Credit quality is in excellent shape. Banks now offer cheap valuations. JPM is on her list while BAC is her biggest position among the banks. MS is big in asset/wealth management, though offers less lending. BAC is also attractive.
banks
BUY
Financials have been sold off. BAC and JPM are trading at 1.7x tangible book. JPM hasn't seen such levels in 15 years, and BAC has returned to this level since Covid hit. Overall, bank valuations are now making sense.
banks
BUY
Likes financials, sees value. Worry out there about recession and interest rates. As long as the economy continues to plug along, banks on both sides of the border are an opportunity. Fairly well run. Concerning that shares have fallen below 200-day MA. Should increase share buybacks and dividends. Great yield of 2.3%.
banks
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Apr 06/21, Up 2%) Great story. Net interest income up, good loan growth. Fee income generation will be much tougher. Not trading at a huge multiple of 11x earnings. Will see dividend increases and share buybacks. Good buy here. Yield about 2%.
banks
TOP PICK
Rising interest rates have caused banks to sell off. Longer term, higher rates will be positive for financials. You'll see increased trading and wealth management opportunities. Attractively priced. Yield is 2.18%. (Analysts’ price target is $49.83)
banks
BUY
They performed with trading revenues in their recent report. Banks will have to build reserves for potential credit losses, though.
banks
BUY
The only reason to own the banks if if you believe the yield curve will steepen, and he does. The banks have put up good earnings. No surprise that banking volumes were down in the last quarter. He's staying with this stock which reported a great quarter relative to expectations. BAC capitalized on the trading environment. If their loan growth was negative he would have sold it, but they reported very well.
banks
COMMENT
Would recommend stock as interest rates increase. Currently trading a good price to buy (geopolitical fear). As economy improves, will be good for business. Good dividend that should increase along with stock buy backs. Good stock to own.
banks
HOLD
Bank stocks have a ways to run. Money is meant to be spent, and if you need the money, you need the money. But don't sell just because it's peaked. All big US banks will see a resurgence in business with interest rate increases.
banks
PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Mar 30/20, Up 100%) Model price of $42.82. His goal was for it to reach its book value, and it has. Sell at $45-46.
banks
BUY
Great company, well run, not expensive at 11x earnings, 1.2x book, yield around 2%. Net interest margins are stabilizing. Volatility helps on the trading side, though IPOs are down. Asset management and credit card business will continue to grow. Massively overcapitalized. Payout ratio around 25%.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Mar 19/21, Up 8%) Still likes the banks, though a rough go the last little while based on Fed speculation. Much lower expectation of a 50 bps hike, more like 25 bps. Higher interest rates are good for banks, and BAC is most sensitive to this. Worry that aggressive hikes will snuff out the economy and force a recession. He doesn't think this will happen. Good time to buy.
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BUY on WEAKNESS
He bought more recently. He focuses on quality and BAC had 28% revenue growth and net interest margin growth. It's not about the yield curve, but about commercial loan growth. Financials have been oversold recently, so this was a buying opportunity. He's nibbling at BAC.
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Bank of America(BAC-N) Rating

Ranking : 5 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 34

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 3

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 37

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