Wells Fargo (WFC)
$25.41 0.00 (0.00%)
19:59 EDT WFC Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $25.41
Market Cap 123.82B
PE Ratio 6.31
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 25.41 - 25.41
52-Week Range 22.00 - 54.75
Dividend & Yield 1.64 (6.45%)
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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.
Wells Fargo, trading at 73.5% of tangible book value, is a bargain. WFC stock is worth at least $33.13 per share.
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Wells Fargo offers great value with its 6.8% dividend yield. WFC stock has an attractive dividend yield as the dividend is likely to pass the upcoming Federal Reserve stress test.
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