My Research 2014

posted Mar 4, 2016, 6:38 PM by Intelligent Investor   [ updated Mar 10, 2016, 2:05 PM ]
View Financial Analysis: My Research 2014

Every year I research the Financial Statements of a few companies to see if their stock is worth buying. This year, J.P. Morgan (JPM) is trading a little below their Book Value. Their True Price-to-Book Ratio is currently at 0.98. This could actually present an opportunity for those that want to buy JPM. JPM is also a bank that has a very strong balance sheet. During the Financial Crisis of 2009 they were one the only two bank that did not need a bail out from the U.S. Government. The other bank that didn't need a bail out was Wells Fargo (WFC).

Goldman and Sachs (GS) is also trading below their Book Value. Their True Price-to-Book Ratio is currently at 0.60. For every $1 dollar of assets Goldman and Sachs own, you are only paying $0.60 cents for them. At around $160 per share GS stock is also an opportunity for those that want to get in.
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