WFC - Wells Fargo & Company

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
47.37
-0.11 (-0.24%)
As of 9:58AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close47.48
Open47.17
Bid47.16 x 800
Ask47.22 x 1800
Day's Range46.91 - 47.37
52 Week Range43.02 - 59.53
Volume2,323,836
Avg. Volume22,164,493
Market Cap213.72B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.27
PE Ratio (TTM)10.48
EPS (TTM)4.52
Earnings DateJul 16, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.80 (3.73%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-05-09
1y Target Est52.60
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
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GILD stock has been steadily trending lower since its early 2018 high, and if shares break below a technical floor right around $60, this oversold name will most definitely become one of a handful of stocks to sell.In short, Gilead Sciences simply isn't holding up to its competition. Nordstrom (JWN)It's sometimes difficult to tell given the number of store closing we're still seeing, but the so-called retail apocalypse is abating. That's a big reason Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) rallied in 2018. For a short while, it appeared as if the upper-end chain of stores would emerge from the industry-wide meltdown as healthy as it has ever been.It's now clear, however, that while not as brutal, the retail apocalypse is still underway, and still plaguing some slivers of the business more than others. Last quarter's total top line of $4.48 billion was not only down from the year-ago tally of $4.7 billion, it also fell short of the $4.61 billion analysts were expecting. 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The clincher, however, is the fact the Federal Reserve has capped the company's permitted assets it can leave on the books, essentially capping earnings growth. The company doesn't believe that growth ban will be lifted anytime this year.With little to look forward to, WFC shares are in a well-developed downtrend that probably won't find a firm floor until it reaches the $41 area. L Brands (LB)L Brands (NYSE:LB) shares are down a stunning 69% from their late-2015 peak, and that downtrend is still going strong. The stock is only a few pennies away from new multiyear lows, and given its bearish momentum, odds are good it will once again slide deeper into the red.L Brands, of course, is the parent company of Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works … two powerhouses in the heyday of mall shopping, but two venues that are struggling to connect with consumers in a digital world where shoppers splurge in different ways. While revenue growth remains steady, quarterly operating income has been reliably shrinking since early 2016 as L Brands has to spend more and more to keep patrons coming to its stores. And even then, things are tough. Fourth-quarter same-store sales excluding e-commerce spending was down 1%, extending a concerning streak of backpedaling. * 10 S&P 500 Stocks to Weather the Earnings Storm In that light, the stock's long-term downtrend makes sense. AbbVie (ABBV)AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV) was a heroic performer in 2017, rallying from $57 to an early 2018 peak near $117, mostly driven by impressive sales growth from Humira as well as Imbruvica. 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