Why has KEY so badly lagged its regional peers up through 2102? If I'm not mistaken, KEY ranks dead last in bounce back to pre financial crisis highs. Where many have re-traced to near all time highs, KEY is still off more than 50%.
Granted Citi is a lot lower, but they are a special case and not a regional bank. I will also submit that many banks in the old peer group might have BK'd if not acquired, like National City Wilmington Trust.
Is there light at the end of the tunnel here, or is KEY still really sick?
I read the article. I was wondering if any LT holders might have a different take on the situation. Many times it seems Barron's writers already have an opinion on a stock before they write their story.
I guess what I'm saying is, does anyone have a bear thesis on KEY. Why should I not own it.