There's an untapped treasure trove of value in under-the-radar bank stocks. Tim Melvin calls the banking sector his "Trade of the Decade," and for good reason: the banking sector is home to some of the market's biggest bargains. In Banking on Profit, Tim Melvin will help you find the most promising plays.
Great information and insight.
Banking in Profit is a fantastic newsletter that has really delivered in the last three years. I highly recommend it!
Best community bank analyst in the business.
if u are looking for profits & low bet, conservative portfolio ->>>then this is for you
Tim does extensive research on the community bank sector and as subscribers we benefit from his extensive knowledge. My community bank portfolio consisting of his recommendations is much more profitable than my other more diverse portfolio which I use for swing trading the high flyers. I have been reading his articles on Real Money for several years, but his Banking on Profit provides a look into his portfolio as well as recommendations as to why a particular bank might be a particularly good buy. 6/10/2016 B. Martin
Melvin's results speak for themselves. He is shooting the lights out in a completely underfollowed sector. I wouldn't trust anyone else.
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Tim Melvin is the greatest expert in deep value investing in community banks stocks. That says it all !
Tim Melvin has a no nonsense approach to investing. He has decades of experience. He has perspective, wisdom, and a sublime sense of humor. If you wish to trade your own account and pick your own stocks, Tim's advice is first rate.
Terrific newsletter and recommendations. Helps me sleep at night! Love the low volatility and long-term approach of a large community bank portfolio. I have abandoned an overly active trading style and love to get back to basics. Mike, Salt Lake City
I am liking the information that I am getting from the newsletter, I have bought several bank stocks based on it after also doing my own research.
Accurate information to follow up on is very helpful
I like Tim's viewpoint. As a former analyst at a regional bank, I know Tim examines the important factors: Net Interest Margin, Efficiency Ratio (aka "Erosion"), Loan Loss Reserves, Return on Assets, Equity capital, and (most important!) Price to Book Value. I am confident in all his recommendations. Jim Fox