All bank stocks are not created equal.
Citigroup (C) , Wells Fargo (WFC) , and Bank of America (BAC) all closed in the green on Tuesday, but none in significantly grand fashion. I am not touching Wells Fargo at this time. They can prove themselves first. I remain long Citigroup, JP Morgan (JPM) , and Goldman Sachs (GS) . Citigroup based on valuation, and on the firm’s stated intent to repurchase $20B worth of shares over a couple of years, and JP Morgan basically because of their solid balance sheet, and broad global exposure. Both of these firms should benefit not only from deregulation, but from the Fed’s stress test results next month.