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From Bank of New York Mellon to Banc of California, governance issues should be an important part of minimizing the number of unknowns and risks in your portfolio.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes Friday's trending stocks.
Wells Fargo had a mortgage related miss. I am still out of the office, so I haven't been able to analyze the quarter.
Investors await more earnings reports from the financials sector, including Bank of America and Wells Fargo on Friday.
Please note that iShares Barclays 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF is now at the high of the day (+$0.52). The reversal in money center banks shares has been conspicuous. (Citigroup is -$4 from its premarket high). The 10-year US note yield, as expected,...
Stocks were mixed, trading close to flat at midday Thursday.
I have been waiting patiently for an opportunity to expand my financial shorts. For some time I have had small financial shorts coupled with a very large Wells Fargo long; I was very slightly net long banks. I have moved from small shorts in JPM...
Citigroup and JPMorgan Chase are set to release quarterly earnings on Thursday.
We all are rooting for the market to act in a certain way, but we need to be objective rather than engage in data mining to support our bias.
U.S. is behind the curve, but the opportunities are growing.
The September jobs report is released on Friday, which could be noisy given the slew of hurricanes that hit the U.S. during the month.
The September jobs report is released on Friday. Economists expect nonfarm payrolls to rise by 100,000.
I made an error in my Wells Fargo post. I still have large positions in Nordstrom and Dillard's .
While WFC did improve in September, we are not convinced it is strong enough to retest its March zenith.
Jim Cramer explains that you need to worry about bad guys opening up lines of credit in your name.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending stocks.
As Wells Fargo executives face tough questions from Senators, Jim Cramer questions the company's culture.
Today's top stories: The Las Vegas gunman,Stephan Paddock, killed himself as the SWAT team moved in, Equifax's former CEO will testify before Congress, and Goldman Sachs is considering cryptocurrencies.
It is incredibly healthy to see so many stocks so strong, from so many sectors.
Stocks are on track to end September in positive territory, leaving some investors wondering if the gains will continue into October.
My only trade so far Friday has been to add to my large long of Wells Fargo Corp. .
"Why make trillions when we can make billions?" -- Dr. Evil I started the day with a multi-part series, "Sell FANG." Here, here and here. A Bull Market in Complacency -- why volatility is low and corrections are non existent. Auction Action. N...
Wells Fargo , everyone's most-hated stock -- well, maybe the second most hated, with Equifax being the first -- is trading at a new multi-month high in premarket trading (up around $0.70 to $54.50). Here are my most recent comments about the bank....
I have been adding recently to my long Radian Group position (now large in size) as the share price has declined coincident with the recent hurricanes and what I believe to be unjustified investor concerns that losses would be rising from the awful ...