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From Hawaii to Rhode Island and in between, investors should look to take advantage of lesser-known opportunities in local and regional bank names.
FHN may be a good story, but the charts tell a different tale.
The shift from regional to national banks is stark.
Let's spend some time with the charts and indicators.
Is the 10 year Treasury crossing 3% trouble? I think that analysis is dead wrong, stupid, even.
There are a few stocks that remind me of quicksand.
Sectors are saying different things about rates, but new Fed chief Jerome Powell could provide clarity at his first press conference on Wednesday.
Americans suddenly seem more enthusiastic.
Powell is an independent thinker, and in fact could be just what the doctor ordered.
It is incredibly healthy to see so many stocks so strong, from so many sectors.
FHN could achieve higher highs in the long term, but it looks vulnerable to further short-term declines.
There are nearly too many surging sectors to count.
Jim Cramer looks at Wells Fargo and previews Morgan Stanley's earnings.
After Trump, investors need to look at banks in a wholly different light.
Consumer lenders like American Express and Discover could benefit under looser financial regulations under the Trump administration, says S&P Capital IQ.
This market doesn't need the scrutiny.
Prices may look extended, but this stock is still signalling a rise.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said stocks are telegraphing a rate hike.
Banks and insurers have surged on hopes of rate rises. What now?
Shares of General Electric are higher Tuesday on word the company agreed to sell its $1.4 billion restaurant finance business to three regional buyers.
It appears there's a glimmer of hope for First Horizon National as shares are likely to go up.
Then we might see the performance and growth that bank stocks used to give.
Despite positives, First Horizon has 3 strikes against it.
The strongest sector right now is benefiting from interest rates talk.