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You call that a sell-off?

See an article I recently wrote here. In this piece, I am arguing that yesterday’s selloff is not a watershed event and basically a non event. Jeff Macke called the article a very Russian one, when I inquired why he explained “My ancestors ate frozen wood while staving off Napoleon. 300 points doesn’t scare me.” […]

US Bancorp’s Glass Is Half Full

One nice thing about owning US Bancorp (NYSE: USB) is that you know you won’t blow up when it reports earnings. Unlike other money-center banks such as JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) and Citigroup (NYSE: C), it won’t make dumb loans to a risky country, nor will it be involved in a hedge-fund trade that went bad, nor will it grow through making large acquisitions. It is not that kind of company.

As expected, the third quarter was not exciting. It’s hard to analyze the company’s performance without diving into a series of glass-half-empty and glass-half-full arguments. So I’ll do just that.

Why Are Bank P/Es So Low?

February 10, 2006 – Motley Fool By Vitaliy Katsenelson, CFA Investing in the stock market is a never-ending learning experience. That’s what makes it so appealing and intellectually stimulating. And I inadvertently had one of those live-and-learn experiences just the other day. In my piece on Lloyds TSB(NYSE: LYG), I wrote that banks usually trade […]