Wells Fargo (WFC)
$24.04 0.51 (2.08%)
19:59 EDT WFC Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $24.04
Market Cap 117.14B
PE Ratio 5.97
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 38.12M
Day's Range 23.71 - 24.78
52-Week Range 22.00 - 54.75
Dividend & Yield 1.64 (6.82%)
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The Federal Reserve's stress test underscored the banking sector's pressures. Wells Fargo stock investors should hold their positions anyway.
Wells Fargo confirmed the rumors and announced a dividend cut on Monday. This creates a great opportunity to buy Wells Fargo stock as some investors panic.
Financial stocks passed harsh stress tests so they are cheap and remain on solid footing. Great value makes for easy profits with little risk.
As earnings season kicks in, Wells Fargo stock is likely to be volatile with a downward bias. Investors should avoid WFC for now.
While the stock market suffers from renewed doubt over the Covid-19 crisis, investors should take a look at these cheap stocks.
In 2008, banks were part of the problem. Today, they will be part of the solution, meaning now is a good time to look for bank stocks to buy.
Picking deep undervalued stocks will pay off in the long-run, as the economy takes its time to fully recover from the pandemic selloff.
Learning the lessons of the Great Recession, the big banks are financially better off to handle this crisis. But for WFC stock, the question isn’t centered on amount but rather movement.
Bank of America should bounce bank, along with other financials, as the economy recovers. Here's how BAC stock stacks up against its peers.
The banking sector took a major beating in the second week of June and Wells Fargo stock really got hit. Could this be good news somehow?
Wells Fargo stock is still very undervalued despite recent gains. Even though it's trading near book value per share, contrarian investors should still buy the stock.
Given the high chances of an economic rebound within the next few months and the low valuation of wells Fargo stock, investors should buy the shares.
Bank stocks aren’t great to hold this year, and WFC stock is the worst of the bunch considering its track record of poor behavior.
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Investors don't need to worry about Wells Fargo stock even if the mega-bank is a dividend-cut candidate. Here's why.
Let’s assume that Buffett was to buy 65 million shares of Wells Fargo stock at $27.50 a share. That would cost Berkshire $1.79 billion. It would generate $133 million in dividend income over the next four quarters.
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