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WFC Stock – Buy Wells Fargo After Its Solid Q4 Earnings

Given some of the underlying fundamental problems with WFC stock, it's too soon to tell whether this strong earnings reports will firm up Wells Fargo's rank as a stock to buy. More 

Wells Fargo & Co. (WFC): Profits from Prudence

Wells Fargo & Co. is set for stellar growth in 2015. The latest WFC earnings report underscores the rewards of banking boldness that's leavened with common sense. More 

Low Oil Prices Are the Biggest Risk to Banks Right Now

Without accelerating growth or rising interest rates, we think the odds are stacked against the financial sector this earnings season because of low oil prices. More 

What Do Rising Auto Delinquencies Mean?

Since 2007, the auto loan delinquency rate has been as low as 0.86% in Q2 2012 and as high as 1.59% in Q4 2008. More 

Will Wells Fargo Soar or Sour in 2015?

A steepening yield curve, lower unemployment and higher economic activity will provide Wells Fargo a good, but not great 2015 More 

2 Trades on Blue-Chip Financials (JPM, WFC)

Financials have been hot, but can JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) and Wells Fargo & Co (WFC) maintain their poise after earnings? More 

Wells Fargo & Co: Should You Buy This Buffett Bank?

Wells Fargo stock has been rolling along faster than the stagecoach in its iconic logo. Fueled by strong, steady increases in its key segments, WFC has been rewarded in the market with substantial increases in its stock price. More