Royal Bank of Scotland PLC

RBS-N

NYSE:RBS

3.52
0.25 (7.65%)
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc is a British banking and insurance holding company, based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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WATCH
WATCH
August 16, 2019
Has been badly beaten up recently. Has been watching it for 10 years. If Brexit happens, these are the names that will be sold at a discount and could be a good chance to snap up.
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Has been badly beaten up recently. Has been watching it for 10 years. If Brexit happens, these are the names that will be sold at a discount and could be a good chance to snap up.
COMMENT
COMMENT
September 16, 2014

(Market Call Minute.) In 2 day’s time, you will know if it has to relocate to London. The big thing is 1) the UK government is going to be selling shares and 2) will be selling its Citizens financial US bank. After the referendum this will be a Buy, if you are comfortable with UK government selling its shares later.

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(Market Call Minute.) In 2 day’s time, you will know if it has to relocate to London. The big thing is 1) the UK government is going to be selling shares and 2) will be selling its Citizens financial US bank. After the referendum this will be a Buy, if you are comfortable with UK government selling its shares later.

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COMMENT
April 16, 2014

Banking system took a terrible shellacking 5 years ago and is still recovering today. It’s not over yet. This one took it on the chin because it was one of the aggressive banks going into the meltdown. If you are patient enough, a rising tide lifts all boats, but when there is a lot of damage is sometimes takes them longer. You have to ask yourself is it more of an opportunity lost not to redeploy the capital and wait than it is to get into something that has a four-wheel-drive going right now. (See Top Picks.)

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Banking system took a terrible shellacking 5 years ago and is still recovering today. It’s not over yet. This one took it on the chin because it was one of the aggressive banks going into the meltdown. If you are patient enough, a rising tide lifts all boats, but when there is a lot of damage is sometimes takes them longer. You have to ask yourself is it more of an opportunity lost not to redeploy the capital and wait than it is to get into something that has a four-wheel-drive going right now. (See Top Picks.)

COMMENT
COMMENT
April 9, 2014

Probably his least favourite company. New CEO is trying to make it a smaller bank and focus the business and has a significant task in order to succeed. Impressed enough that he would take a 2nd look at this bank. It still has a very strong franchise and is potentially a good bank. When looking at the opportunities in the UK, he would rather play it through Hundles (?) Bank because they are growing by 40%.

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Probably his least favourite company. New CEO is trying to make it a smaller bank and focus the business and has a significant task in order to succeed. Impressed enough that he would take a 2nd look at this bank. It still has a very strong franchise and is potentially a good bank. When looking at the opportunities in the UK, he would rather play it through Hundles (?) Bank because they are growing by 40%.

SPECULATIVE BUY
SPECULATIVE BUY
March 6, 2014

It is a little troubled. It is a very high risk trade.

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It is a little troubled. It is a very high risk trade.

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WATCH
January 30, 2014

Got hit during the global financial crisis. Ultimately the British government took a big stake in this. The UK actually went into a hole about a year after, so the UK recovery process is quite a bit behind the US. An increase in interest rates will actually increase employment for the UK. Thinks British banks in general are a little ahead of themselves. A reinstatement of a dividend would really cause these companies to move higher. A sector to watch, but valuations are a little rich right now.

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Got hit during the global financial crisis. Ultimately the British government took a big stake in this. The UK actually went into a hole about a year after, so the UK recovery process is quite a bit behind the US. An increase in interest rates will actually increase employment for the UK. Thinks British banks in general are a little ahead of themselves. A reinstatement of a dividend would really cause these companies to move higher. A sector to watch, but valuations are a little rich right now.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
February 24, 2012
UK Government just forced new CEO to give back his 1,000,000 pounds bonus, which was in stocks. European banks are not something you should be investing in.
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UK Government just forced new CEO to give back his 1,000,000 pounds bonus, which was in stocks. European banks are not something you should be investing in.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
February 7, 2011
Was a highly levered bank in England but the leverage stopped working. English government owns a big whack and until they get out this won’t trade like a regular security. (See Top Picks.)
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Was a highly levered bank in England but the leverage stopped working. English government owns a big whack and until they get out this won’t trade like a regular security. (See Top Picks.)
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 23, 2010
Not sure why they have cancelled the dividend. If you're going to own a bank in the UK, you'd be better off with Lloyds (LYG-N) or Barclays (BCS-N) who have better growth prospects.
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Not sure why they have cancelled the dividend. If you're going to own a bank in the UK, you'd be better off with Lloyds (LYG-N) or Barclays (BCS-N) who have better growth prospects.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 24, 2009
50 day moving average is very compressed against the 200 and the momentum seems to be falling. Chart looks pretty flat and is not something that would excite him.
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50 day moving average is very compressed against the 200 and the momentum seems to be falling. Chart looks pretty flat and is not something that would excite him.
SELL
SELL
January 29, 2009
Very good assets but in a depressed market it will be hard to sell them off. If it is able to it has great retail franchises in the UK and US. Will probably have a pop in the current upbeat environment. Would sell at that point.
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Very good assets but in a depressed market it will be hard to sell them off. If it is able to it has great retail franchises in the UK and US. Will probably have a pop in the current upbeat environment. Would sell at that point.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
December 29, 2008
(A Top Pick Dec 6/07. Down 88%.) Overpaid on the ABN Amro acquisition. Sold most of his holdings.
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(A Top Pick Dec 6/07. Down 88%.) Overpaid on the ABN Amro acquisition. Sold most of his holdings.
COMMENT
COMMENT
December 10, 2008
Will be getting capital from Bank of England. This has been a disappointing situation. The UK banking sector in general has suffered because of the poor mortgage situation. The silver lining is that it is trading at a very low multiple. Very diverse mix of business.
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Will be getting capital from Bank of England. This has been a disappointing situation. The UK banking sector in general has suffered because of the poor mortgage situation. The silver lining is that it is trading at a very low multiple. Very diverse mix of business.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
September 16, 2008
Not paying cash dividends but is paying with more shares. Think they have more to swallow from the ABN acquisition.
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Not paying cash dividends but is paying with more shares. Think they have more to swallow from the ABN acquisition.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
April 23, 2008
News came out yesterday that there were large write-downs and they were planning on issuing billions of dollars of new shares. Dividends will be in shares as opposed to cash. This will create a huge dilution effect at a time when loan loss provisions continue to rise.
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News came out yesterday that there were large write-downs and they were planning on issuing billions of dollars of new shares. Dividends will be in shares as opposed to cash. This will create a huge dilution effect at a time when loan loss provisions continue to rise.
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Royal Bank of Scotland PLC(RBS-N) Rating

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