Wells Fargo (WFC)
$27.35 1.11 (3.90%)
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Market Cap 133.27B
PE Ratio 6.79
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 44.34M
Day's Range 27.28 - 28.56
52-Week Range 20.76 - 54.56
Dividend & Yield 1.64 (6.00%)
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Wells' problem is no longer the scandal, but finding a place for big banks in a world dominated by fintech.
Bank stocks are cheap, but so far they've had limited rallies. WFC stock is showing promise and the outcome of this effort is soon to come.
With the drama over the presidential election appearing to come to a close, these companies may represent stocks to sell as the Biden administration forges a new direction for the country.
WFC stock is an investment in a company that failed to do right by its employees, regulators and consumers and has yet to make proper amends.
WFC stock has tested the patience of long-term shareholders. If you're hoping for an imminent price surge, keep your expectations low.
By Thomas Niel
Yet, while shares may head lower in the near-term, risk/return remains in your favor at today's prices. The potential long-term gains outweigh the risk WFC stock falls significantly lower from here.
Even with that recent pop, WFC stock is lower by more than 53% year-to-date, a stunning outcome relative to the KBW Nasdaq Bank Index, which is off “just” 20.18%. Said another way, Wells Fargo is an egregious offender in a group full of them and it's standing out for all the wrong reasons.
WFC stock has had an incredible losing streak lately. But don't lose sight of the strong profitability at the heart of Wells Fargo.
Wells' Q3 results showed that the bank is headed in the right direction. Meanwhile, the valuation of WFC stock is very attractive.
The credit card fraud from years ago still haunts WFC stock, as does the Fed’s cap on assets, which further deteriorates performance.
Wells Fargo is worth considerably more now that the bank is profitable again. WFC stock could double by the end of 2022 annually,as its tangible book value grows.
Yes, there are considerable problems at Wells Fargo. But WFC stock still looks very attractive at current levels.
Wells Fargo (WFC) layoffs are reportedly on the way for employees of the financial services company with the focus being in Charlotte, N.C.
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.
Apple, Wells Fargo, Disney and Citigroup were our top stock trades for Wednesday. So, let's look at how the charts are setting up.
Quarterly earnings reports from the largest banks in the US are expected to make it clear that the country's economy is in for a long recovery.
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