|買盤||7.08 x 2200|
|賣出價||7.12 x 1300|
|今日波幅||6.44 - 7.12|
|52 週波幅||2.48 - 32.68|
|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||1.36|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||無|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||-7.86|
|業績公佈日||2023年7月18日 - 2023年7月24日|
In this article, we will take a look at Michael Big Short Burry’s recent stock purchases. To see more such companies, go directly to Michael Big Short Burry’s Top 5 Recent Stock Purchases. Initiating contrarian bets is nothing new for Michael Burry, the famous “Big Short” investor who gained fame after successfully foreseeing the 2008 […]
Investors are still betting against a number of banks in the western half of the country. Some of those lenders say their fundamental strengths are being overlooked.
PacWest Bancorp (NASDAQ: PACW) has reportedly sold its Civic Financial Services unit, which specializes in lending money to landlords and investors, to Roc360, a real estate lending firm. PacWest has unrealized losses on its holdings of bonds and loans. When banks have to sell underwater assets to meet deposit withdrawals, they must record the losses, a prospect that makes investors nervous. Some investors have also grown concerned about PacWest’s commercial real-est loans concentration. Citing
The California regional lender sold assets of a real estate lending business, its second transaction announced this week.
US regional banks are rushing to exploit rules that allow depositors to hold tens of millions of dollars in insured accounts, offering security far exceeding government-backed insurance to soothe clients unnerved by the recent banking turmoil. The move entails the use of reciprocal deposits, which funnel a portion of customer cash to other lenders, keeping the total amount in each account less than the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation’s $250,000 cap on insurance coverage. The increase was recorded after the March collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, where more than 90 per cent of deposits were not covered by federal insurance.
The practice of short selling is highly controversial and under renewed threat from regulators and politicians who are considering a ban on the practice. Short selling is essentially when traders and investors bet that a stock’s price is going to decline over a certain period of time. These are generally companies that are widely-considered to be stocks to sell, with hedge fund bets against such stocks fueling outsized declines (increasing profits simultaneously). Many people criticize short sel
PacWest's deal is adding to momentum around a recovery in the regional banking sector.
Californian bank PacWest has reached a deal to sell more than $2bn in loans to real estate investment group Kennedy-Wilson at a discount, just weeks after it said it was looking at narrowing focus to its core community banking business. Kennedy-Wilson said in a filing on Monday that it was paying $2.4bn for 74 floating rate loans with an aggregate principal balance of $2.6bn. PacWest said in a separate filing that the deal was “consistent with the previously announced strategy of PacWest Bancorp to pursue strategic assets sales”.
The Phoenix bank said its deposits rose again last week, boosting optimism in other regional lenders.
The Oracle of Omaha has made it clear that he is still cautious about holding many bank stocks.
The investor who gained fame for his short bets during the 2008 financial crisis made a number of new investments in banks during a chaotic quarter for that industry.
Is the banking crisis that has gripped the U.S. over? Investors don’t seem convinced. In recent weeks, bank stocks have trended lower across the board, with regional bank stocks plunging on continued fears. Worries of large unrealized losses and potential runs on deposits have investors large and small looking at which stocks to sell. The fears gripping retail and professional investors have been stoked by comments from several prominent bankers, notably JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon, who
When legendary investor Warren Buffett speaks, people listen, which might not bode well for those exposed to the below stocks to sell. Primarily, Buffett believes that the “extraordinary period” of excessive spending following the Covid-19-inspired stimulus package is over. Now, businesses must face certain harsh realities. In particular, companies directly exposed to the consumer market may face inventory buildup. Eventually, if circumstances don’t substantively improve, they’ll need to rid the
Under the remarkable bull market cycle that materialized soon after the spring doldrums of 2020, the idea of red-flag stocks to avoid like the plague would have seemed a distant and ridiculous concept. However, amid geopolitical flashpoints, stubbornly high inflation, and a banking sector crisis, it’s never been more important to cut losses. As ChatGPT reminds us, the process of identifying risky stocks to avoid like the plague helps us to avoid emotional decision-making. “When a stock you own s
Regional banks were under pressure again Thursday after PacWest reported nearly 10% of deposits flowed out the bank's doors last week as the crisis hitting smaller lenders continues.
The world’s foremost artificial intelligence stock trading algorithm, An-E, predicts that PacWest (NASDAQ:PACW) stock will gain 11.2% by June 7. An-E (pronounced Annie) has made this kind of prediction before. Back in December, Wall Street was bullish on Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ). Analysts were convinced JNJ could only go up… but An-E knew better. The algorithm said that JNJ stock was headed down 10% over one month… and JNJ stock fell that exact amount. Wall Street was shocked… but An-E saw i
While concocting a list of the worst regional bank stocks to sell now naturally sets a negative tone, here’s the reality. Recently, the AP warned that the banking crisis isn’t over yet. Fundamentally, the question of the news agency centers on the magnitude of pain. Frankly, it’s difficult not to at least acknowledge that regional financial firms still face significant challenges. Fundamentally, if banking calamities were so easy to solve, government agencies would pull their magic levers all th
The world’s foremost artificial intelligence (AI) stock trading algorithm, An-E, predicts that seven stocks will gain 5%… or more… by June 6. An-E (pronounced Annie) has made this kind of prediction before. Back in December, Wall Street was bullish on Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ). Analysts were convinced JNJ could only go up… but An-E knew better. The algorithm said that JNJ stock was headed down 10% over one month… and JNJ stock fell that exact amount. Wall Street was shocked… but An-E saw it c
Although the next round of key inflation reports could change their tune, Federal Reserve officials for now remain adamant about raising interest rates to curb inflation. In fact, if they do it’s important to stay away from the worst dividend stocks for rising rates. Sure, plenty of contrarian investors believe that the Fed is on the verge of “pivoting” on interest rates. First, by easing on rate hikes. Then, by lowering rates back down. However, it’s not for certain whether the Fed will pivot,
While Uncle Sam again got quickly in front of the collapse of First Republic (OTCMKTS:FRCB) – the third bank failure of the year so far – investors might want to take heed of the worst bank stocks 2023. From there, they’ll probably want to steer clear until circumstances substantively improve. As an op-ed from MarketWatch stated, the recent financial implosions may just be the start of a lengthy banking crisis according to historical trends. Intuitively, this makes sense. After all, banks don’t
Regional banks took it on the chin last week. First Republic collapsed, and then the banking contagion spread to First Horizon Corporation (FHN), PacWest Bancorp (PACW) and Western Alliance Bancorporation (WAL). Frankly, the banking sector has been a disaster, which is why I’ve recommended staying far away from it for months. But if you think the recent banking crisis is bad… you haven’t seen anything yet. This is why I’m holding a private briefing tomorrow, May 9, at 7 p.m. Eastern time. If you
隨著三家美國中型銀行在過去兩個月被接管，銀行業的動盪，使得部份「迷因股」投資者，正在對地區銀行進行押注。「現在這絕對是一種情緒交易，」CFRA Research分析師Alexander Yokum上周四對Yahoo財經說。