NYSE:DB

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COMMENT
options Put-buying today of 20,000 of the July 9 puts for about 30 cents. That's interesting because they own the June 10 puts, made money, sold them and rolled to July 9. The stock was trading at $9.60 at the time.
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DON'T BUY
Believes banks exposed to North America will benefit positively from rising interest rates. Revolving door with management, and host of other problems has created problems for company. Recommends giving stock some time to recover, but don't buy more.
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DON'T BUY
DB vs. CS CS is the worse performing one because they lent 5B to the hedge fund that lost 20B in two days, written off. European banks are not that attractive. DB has some strong sells. All are slow growth, unattractive valuations. Prefers Canadian banks.
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DON'T BUY
The UK banking system, especially in Germany, has not required big banks to clean up their balance sheets like within the US. He would not put more money into this region. He would stay away.
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DON'T BUY
Among the worst banks in Europe. Trying to cut costs since 7 years, but still losing market share. Reduced dividends again. They don't know what they're doing. Want quality companies with free cashflow.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jun 29/18, Down 32%) The flat yield curve, along with a riskier play resulted in this holding being stopped out. A collapse of a proposed merger also hurt them.
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BUY
Barclays vs. Deutsche Bank He prefers Deutsche Bank, because it trades at a much lower valuation. Both trade at a fraction of their book value. Deutsche Bank has turned a corner with cost-cutting, though Barclays pays a better dividend. He likes European banks because they've been so beaten down and are trading at a fraction of valuation of the US banks. This is a pivotal year for Deutsche Bank and it should enjoy a big earnings bump.
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DON'T BUY
A Merger with another bank? He stayed way because he does not like their lines of business. Merging both balance sheets leaves him at a loss. He does not see how it helps them except perhaps to close branches and lay people off. Germany is a massively over-banked market.
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DON'T BUY
This has been a train wreck -- there are better companies out there. They continue to see problems come forward. The only way to see a recovery is if interest rates go up -- something he does not expect soon.
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DON'T BUY
Deustche Bank vs. Barclay's DB is poorly run; he much prefers Barclay's. DB has gone though massive restructuring with many difficulties, still is. They've had a poorly run retail banking business. With their investment bank, they've bought a lot of things without integrating their technology. So, after the 2008 crash, things got very difficult for DB. A lot of their business was in fixed income where a lot of capital is used. Barclay's is in a much better position. They bought Lehman Brothers; has a great retail business; great credit card and superb investment bank businesses. It's run by an ex-JP Morgan buy. DB is a trade at best, while Barclay's will see growth for a while.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jun 29/18, Down 17%) They recapitalized and has shrunk to grow. Regulators never hiked rates in Europe like in North America, which was a surprise to him. Now there are no forecasts for rate hikes in North America, which will create further headwinds. You make more money when they are being fined, than during regular course of business. Rumours of merger abound, but he puts no value in that. He is sticking with it.
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DON'T BUY
Down 47% over last 12 months. No growth in Europe, lawsuits, people leaving, constantly reconfiguring the company. Please avoid this one. (Analysts’ price target is $9.80)
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DON'T BUY
Can it go bankrupt? It was one of the first to see widening credit spreads. They have not been doing well since the crisis. They have been more negatively affected by the change in banking business mix than the rest. Rhetoric around trade is going to ratchet up and down but global trade is still intact.
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DON'T BUY

[Is Europe a bad bet?] He would broadly stay away from European banks. They have a limited history as public companies. Europe is terribly over banked. He suggests you are better off with an American bank that serves Europe.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A top pick June 29/18, up 9%). They have announced they are going to have higher earnings. Interest rates are going up in Canada, USA, and Bank of England. Thinks rates will also go up in Europe. A lot of room for Deutshe Bank to go higher. Difficult to time these, but you want to be there.

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DON'T BUY

Worst performing of the European banks, down 31% YTD. Have to attend to restructuring, and interest rates not rising in Europe. Commercial lending and wealth management are fine, but everything else is stagnant. This one is the bottom of the barrel. Haven’t caught up from problems in 2008. Dividend cut. High risk, lower return.

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PAST TOP PICK

(Past Top Pick, August 24, 2017, Down 25%) He's stayed in this and even added more. He misjudged the turn in European banking, then DB bank fired its CEO. It will do well when the European banks do well, which happens when interest rates will stop being negative, normalize and break-out. Stay the course.

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TOP PICK

You don’t look at this as a short term holding. It is the main bank of Germany and it is too big to fail. Everything that could go wrong has – interest rates have gone up, quantitative easing has weakened and now the US regulatory agencies have accused them of being under funded. However, the value has fallen so far it is too good to pass up for a long term holding. Yield 1.2%. (Analysts’ price target is $12.34)

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WEAK BUY

The issue is they have not recovered from issues in the US and the global 2008 financial crisis. The CEO has just been replaced. The problem is regulators have forced banks to get out of higher margins business. The Trump Administration has helped reverse some of this. If you have a multi-year hold this could be interesting.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick Jun 9/17, Down 19%) They are on their second turnaround team. The assets are good. It is a bank that went through 2008 and will not fail but we had to wait a long time. This one is the problem child in Europe. He has not sold it and will give them a couple more quarters.

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DON'T BUY

He would stay away from it. They are mostly focused on lines of business that are shrinking. For example, they do a large business in writing letters of credit, but international trade has been shrinking, as a percentage of GDP, for years. Deglobalization started in 2010/2011 has been happening for years, since Accenture concluded that offshoring probably cost money rather than saving money. There is now a trend of nearshoring: jobs are coming home because costs are lower here. You don’t need letters of credit when you are moving within a region. Also, they face capital strain under Basil III. They were a very significant underwriter of mortgage-backed securities. Sub-Prime and Alt-A products basically don’t exist any more, so Deutsche Bank no longer offers that mix of products; it is now marketing a low-margin product. A recent report from JP Morgan can be summarized as “They should shut their New York branch and go home.” They have been severely impacted by Tax Reform and their financing in the US appears to be high cost.

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COMMENT

Rising interest rates will benefit large banks. Their CEO changed through a disastrous period, but DB has since recovered. Caveat: big banks may raise their dividends slower than the smaller global banks.

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DON'T BUY

Down 30% in 2018. They've been cost-cutting, selling assets and fired the CEO. Also, US banks are enjoying interest rate hikes, but not Europe's banks because interest rates aren't moving. DB doesn't have a model for good capital allocation and its underwriting is not great. Net interest income growth was -15% last year. Poor earnings in last quarter. You're speculating on this as a turnaround play. Risky. Other banks are safer.

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DON'T BUY

There are better European banks to own. It's a little expensive. They are large in capital markets, but not in (German) retail. In the corporate finance side they invested heavily in fixed income. Balance sheet isn't as good as other banks and they'll probably issue more equity down the road. They're trying to sell their asset management business, which is wrong, because it generates fees. Plus, there's more re-structuring to come. Their culture has to change. Santander, Barclays, Lloyds and ING are better.

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PAST TOP PICK

(A Top Pick May 4/17. Up 18%.) When that option expired in October, it was below the Strike price, so the option would have just expired worthless.

banks
DON'T BUY

It is too complicated for him to invest in. It is too difficult to analyze.

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COMMENT

Has been a laggard and went through things other banks haven’t. Chart looks similar to last year’s where we had some higher lows, where the longer-term trend was broken. You want to see this move up through that line substantially, and it has already done that. Some indicators are starting to turn up. This should move with rates going higher. The break out through $18 was an indication this should move higher.

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DON'T BUY

He wouldn't buy this. There are so many other banks you could buy that are in much better shape. The difficult thing is that they don't know what they want to be. They had a massive investment banking franchise. He would suggest looking at Bank Santander (SAN-N), a good retail bank and a good wealth management company in Europe with a huge franchise in Latin America.

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COMMENT

This could be a Buy based on his view of undervalued European banks. You would probably see a couple of good years going forward in the European stock market. However there is still a bit of hair on this. It's cheap, trading at about .4X BV. There are other banks or service companies you could buy that doesn't have as much hair. He would go with names like Credit Suisse that trades at about .8X BV or UniCredit, an Italian bank trading at .75X BV.

banks
DON'T BUY

They raised capital and did not put it to good use. It is not going to earn a dime, but will prop up the balance sheet. He focuses on the balance sheet and this is an example of some of those risks that show up in them.

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Deutsche Bank AG(DB-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

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