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Wells Fargo & Company (WFC)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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55.00-0.57 (-1.03%)
At close: 04:02PM EST
54.87 -0.13 (-0.24%)
After hours: 07:37PM EST
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    Ed
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    Carl
    WFC looks like the only big bank that just about every analyst was impressed with. They apparently look at it as a rebound play with still plenty of room to run. I wish I had bought more, but the couple of thousand shares I did buy have more than doubled.
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    hotN
    I am glad that I added WFC last February. Wish bought 5000 shares. 60% gain in less than a year!! $$$$
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    Corey
    Why would anyone sell a single share of WFC when they beat earnings already and had good future guidance? Not to mention the 4 rate hikes the Fed is going to do this year starting in March.
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    Upbeat
    WFC has been haunted by regulatory challenges for years and today they announce the ending of another consent order, and the market seemingly is unimpressed. Wow. Hard to believe.
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    moh
    My price target is 80 with
    asset cap lifting
    cost cutting 10 billion
    Dividend increase
    Interest rate increase
    Lot more catalysts to add
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    Vizzet
    Wells Fargo CEO is doing a great job to turn the companay around, this is the best bank to own - it's undervalued and well managed.
    Bullish
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    Mike hunt
    Brother don’t come on the message board and complain that you only bought 2000 shares. I have 1300 shares at $24 and some change. Obviously at 25 I wish I too would have purchased 3000 shares. At the end of the day. So what/ My sources are telling me this could be $165 stock in three years
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    Upbeat
    GS big miss on profits. No surprise there. Less market volatility led to lower trading revenue. It is time for the market to identify which banks are positioned to benefit from a rising rate environment >>>>WFC and BAC.
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    Merrion
    glad to see
    wfc best earnings, particularly since they ha.ve been racked over the coals by regulators in past! congratulations to all shareholders!
    Bullish
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    Corey
    Wells Fargo’s 2022 guidance also beat expectations, while JPMorgan’s view fell short.

    In 2022, Wells Fargo WFC, -0.71% expects 8% growth over its $35.8 billion in net interest income , or about $38.66 billion. That figure would beat the latest analyst target of $37 billion in net interest income in 2022, according to a survey by FactSet.
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    Corey
    Don't listen to any negative messages on here, they are either short or are in a different bank stock, fear mongering is for the really weak nervous individuals. Congrats to all longs! With the Fed upping interest rates this year WFC will benefit even more.
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    Kai
    Wells Fargo Non-GAAP EPS of $1.38 beats by $0.38, revenue of $20.86B beats by $2.25B $65 is coming
    Bullish
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    Steven
    Anyone have good numbers on shares outstanding. Saw they repurchased another 7 billion. Guessing around 3.85 billion outstanding
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    moh
    First rate increase how will the stock react your comments pls
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    Armadio
    I've been holding since 2009 when I bought 7.5k shares for 8.65 a share average. I still have 7.5k shares and plan to sell them in 2025
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    Andrew
    Took some more shares this morning. This run up is strong. $60 by February.
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    hotN
    Warren Buffett sold out. Glad he is out. He created massive sale effecting WFC price.
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    moh
    A higher interest rate will benefit the financial sector, especially for banks. At this stage, it will be prudent to invest in bank stocks with a favorable Zacks Rank. Here are five such stocks — The Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JPMorgan Chase & Co. , Bank of America Corp., Wells Fargo & Co. and Morgan Stanley
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    Greg
    A great day for WFC, capping off a good run as I rebalance my 401K today and take advantage of all the recent gains> Thank you WFC for the big boost to my retirement
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