|Day Low/High||46.32 / 46.78|
|52 Wk Low/High||40.68 / 52.85|
Let's check our charts and indicators.
I think that we have to revert to fundamental tenets that can get us through this.
Yesterday was a good day for the skeptics. * As I suggested in "Who's Next? Probably No One!", bank stocks faltered after the announcement of a merger of equals between SunTrust and BB&T . Indeed, bank stocks were some of Thursday's worst performers...
Analysts need to recognize this shift in the banking markets.
We have to own that it was a bad day for the bulls and that it's perfectly realistic to expect a few more until the facts get more positive.
* The bank merger of BB&T and SunTrust is a one-off and is a very modest negative for the existing and large money-center banks BB&T and SunTrust Banks have announced a $66 billion merger of equals intended to create the country's sixth-largest bank...
This shutdown is starting to feel different from those that we have experienced in the past, is it not?
These names combine good dividend yields with a track record of raising quarterly payouts.
Bank of America, Deutsche Bank and other firms are rallying on good second-quarter results, but there should be more gains to come.
Firms flush with cash from the new U.S. tax cuts could make one-time payments to shareholders.
For my portfolio, you can't beat this SBUX competitor -- and for a cup of coffee.
When the dollar is strong, look inward and buy companies that do the lion's share of their business within the U.S.
Here's where to look if the dollar follows a stronger -- or weaker -- scenario.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
It looks like the next leg to the upside will need a longer wait until it can get going.
The potential long-term price of the banking name is much higher than the current level.
There are nearly too many surging sectors to count.
Form 13F filings pull back curtain on what top bank investors did in the last quarter.
These companies show signs of a change of direction.
Regional banks may get the urge to merge if Congress relaxes some regulations this year.
What economic policy under the incoming administration could mean, and how to play it.