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Oct 16, 2019
Wells Fargo’s 4%+ Dividend Yield Offers Support to Shares
Image Source: Mike Mozart. Wells Fargo’s lack of a sizable investment bank and trading operations is a bit of a Rorschach Test for analysts and investors. On the one hand, it makes it harder to compete for business from the largest of large corporates, since it is not a full one stop shop. On the other hand, it means higher-quality earnings from bread-and-butter banking and reduced exposure to the wildly cyclical and low return world of investment-banking and trading. Given its impressive dividend yield of 4.1% as of this writing, we think the shares have a floor beneath them, barring any additional scandals coming to light--something we think is unlikely at this stage. Our fair value estimate remains $52 per share.
Oct 12, 2019
ICYMI: Interview with Valuentum's President Brian M. Nelson, CFA
Catch up with Valuentum's President Brian M. Nelson, CFA in a recent interview with dividend growth investor Arne Magnus Lorentzen Ulland of the blog stockles.
Sep 23, 2019
Empirical Support for Porter’s “Gospel,” Plus Comments on the “Head Fake” Rotation
“Let’s be very clear: There is strong empirical quantitative evidence that the price-to-fair value equation (“factor”) is predictive of returns, which is what matters for value investors, and in Morningstar’s case, the moat assessment is just part of that overarching conclusion (fair value estimate). Researchers continue to attack the moat “factor” on grounds that don’t make any sense, in my view, and are cherry-picking parameters to assess value investing.” – Brian Nelson, CFA
Aug 7, 2019
Join the Conversation on the Market Plunge
The Valuentum team shares its thoughts on the recent surge in volatility and collapse in interest rates amid a trade and currency war between two of the largest economies in the world, the US and China.
Jul 28, 2019
Update: Frequently Asked Questions About Valuentum Securities, Inc.
We address a number of questions from both subscribers and visitors to our site.
Jul 26, 2019
Dividend Increases/Decreases for the Week Ending July 26
Let's take a look at companies that raised/lowered their dividend this week.
Jul 23, 2019
ICYMI -- The Valuentum Economic Roundtable
We sat down with the Valuentum team to get their thoughts on the global economy and key issues that may threaten this near 10-year bull market.
Jul 19, 2019
In the News: Second-Quarter Earnings Season Marches On
We like what we saw out of a few industrial names, including Honeywell, Danaher and Dover. We thought Taiwan Semi’s report was okay, and Philip Morris continues to navigate declining cigarette volumes. We include our thoughts on some of the mid-size banks.
Jul 17, 2019
Wells Fargo Showing Damage from Scandals
Image Source: Mike Mozart. Wells might be leaking core deposits as compared to peers and paying up for interest earning deposits.
Jun 4, 2019
Excerpt: Big Six Banks as a Yield Play?
An article excerpt from our monthly High Yield Dividend Newsletter. Order the High Yield Dividend Newsletter here.


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