First Republic Bank

FRC-N

NYSE:FRC

117.27
0.46 (0.39%)
First Republic Bank is an American bank and wealth management company offering personal banking, business banking, trust and wealth management services.
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TOP PICK
TOP PICK
January 7, 2016

San Francisco based with a huge exposure to silicon valley. A mid-cap bank. They have grown loans and deposits by 20% each over the last 20 years. They just closed an acquisition that is attractive. They grow two to three times as fast as the typical US bank.

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San Francisco based with a huge exposure to silicon valley. A mid-cap bank. They have grown loans and deposits by 20% each over the last 20 years. They just closed an acquisition that is attractive. They grow two to three times as fast as the typical US bank.

PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
June 25, 2015

(Top Pick Jun 3/14, Up 24.02%) A fabulous bank. A bank you can own for a long, long time. There is speculation they might get taken out. Last year they announced they would pass 50 Billion in assets, but that meant absorbing a lot of costs to manage themselves. This was a buying opportunity. They need to beef up their reporting requirements. Silicon valley, California.

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(Top Pick Jun 3/14, Up 24.02%) A fabulous bank. A bank you can own for a long, long time. There is speculation they might get taken out. Last year they announced they would pass 50 Billion in assets, but that meant absorbing a lot of costs to manage themselves. This was a buying opportunity. They need to beef up their reporting requirements. Silicon valley, California.

COMMENT
COMMENT
July 25, 2014

He favours the regional banks right now, because from a regulatory point of view, the glare from Washington is directly on the money centered banks. That’s a negative pressure which is actually bringing down the earnings. This is not a bad bank, but he favours others.

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He favours the regional banks right now, because from a regulatory point of view, the glare from Washington is directly on the money centered banks. That’s a negative pressure which is actually bringing down the earnings. This is not a bad bank, but he favours others.

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COMMENT
July 23, 2014

Doesn’t know this bank well, but obviously the US banking sector is in rebound mode. To the extent that this bank is participating in that, you are probably going to be okay. Very attractive looking chart. The recent drop is probably a temporary thing.

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Doesn’t know this bank well, but obviously the US banking sector is in rebound mode. To the extent that this bank is participating in that, you are probably going to be okay. Very attractive looking chart. The recent drop is probably a temporary thing.

TOP PICK
TOP PICK
June 3, 2014

His favourite bank in the US. San Francisco-based, and half their business is in San Francisco and Silicon Valley area. In general, a great way to invest in high net worth households across the US. They are in 5 core geographic areas in the US. 55% of high net worth households reside in those areas. Their average customer has got $13 million. In the last 10 years, their loan book has grown at 21% a year, and deposits have also grown at 21% year. Net losses since the mid-80s, is .16 of 1%, a very low, low number. Thinks they can grow earnings low to mid teens over the next few years. Yield of 1.08%.

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His favourite bank in the US. San Francisco-based, and half their business is in San Francisco and Silicon Valley area. In general, a great way to invest in high net worth households across the US. They are in 5 core geographic areas in the US. 55% of high net worth households reside in those areas. Their average customer has got $13 million. In the last 10 years, their loan book has grown at 21% a year, and deposits have also grown at 21% year. Net losses since the mid-80s, is .16 of 1%, a very low, low number. Thinks they can grow earnings low to mid teens over the next few years. Yield of 1.08%.

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First Republic Bank(FRC-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 0

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 0

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First Republic Bank(FRC-N) Frequently Asked Questions

What is First Republic Bank stock symbol?

First Republic Bank is a American stock, trading under the symbol FRC-N on the New York Stock Exchange (FRC). It is usually referred to as NYSE:FRC or FRC-N

Is First Republic Bank a buy or a sell?

In the last 1 year, there was no coverage of First Republic Bank published on Stockchase.

Is First Republic Bank a good investment or a top pick?

First Republic Bank was recommended as a Top Pick by Craig Millar on 2016-01-07. Read the latest stock experts ratings for First Republic Bank.

Why is First Republic Bank stock dropping?

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Is First Republic Bank worth watching?

In the last 1 year, there was no coverage of First Republic Bank published on Stockchase.

What is First Republic Bank stock price?

On 2020-02-19, First Republic Bank (FRC-N) stock closed at a price of $117.27.