Despite doom and gloom headlines, Louis Navellier expects most companies will leap over the low earnings bar that analysts have set. With that in mind, let’s take a look at some of the big financial companies that reported last week.
If the banks are going down, these seven financial stocks are likely to suffer. A questionable economy and low interest rates aren't helping.
Visa's growth is impressive but its stock valuation is at a peak. V stock won't be able to handle any hiccups in the growth rate, given that high valuation.
With Q3 earnings in the books, the bank stocks are becoming a mixed bag. With that, here's one bank stock to buy, hold and sell after their latest earnings reports.
These financial stocks will likely continue to experience volatility in December, but they might show signs of hope later in 2019.
DFS has broken through a short-term resistance level at $72 on the news from Thursday evening that the company's board of directors has approved both a new $3 billion share-buyback program during the coming five quarters and a $0.05 increase in the quarterly stock dividend.
The finance sector seems to be losing its shine, however these financial stocks are holding up well. Here's the story...
In case the Fed indicates an increase in number of rate hikes for 2017, it's to buy financial stocks with strong fundamentals like these
Following a retracement during January, DFS is experiencing a strong support bounce up off of $68.
Charles Schwab (SCHW) is seeing solid earnings estimate revision activity, and is a great company from a Zacks Industry Rank perspective.
The U.S. Federal Reserve raised the key interest rates by 25 basis points, and with the raise comes opportunity for these financial stocks
With the announcement of rate hikes, the stage is set for financials to benefit. Here are 4 stocks to buy in the financial sector
Bank of America (BAC) is entering the perfect bullish storm. If you see a pullback in BAC stock anytime soon, buy it.
Bank of America (BAC) might be running hot, but the company is a mixed bag. For those examining BAC stock, here are the pros and cons.
In the spirit of the upcoming Christmas season, I present you with an opportunity in the financial management space: AllianceBernstein (AB)
President-elect Donald Trump's Treasury secretary pick Steven Mnuchin just sent regional banks an unquestionable sign of support.
The Fed is going to raise rates eventually, and BAC stock stands to extend its current rally on any hawkish commentary.
A study of analyst recommendations shows where Goldman Sachs Group falls in both the Dow and S&P 500 indexes for investment
Out with tech and energy, and in with big bank stocks! These three financials are about to burst thanks to a number of brewing catalysts.