Bank Valuations and We're All Market Timers?
publication date: Dec 30, 2017
author/source: Valuentum Analysts
President of Investment Research Brian Nelson dives into questions about why an enterprise free cash flow model is not used for banking and insurance entities, and offers up the idea that we all might be market timers. What do you think? Running time: ~14 minutes
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