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Oakmark's Bill Nygren Says Banks Are Undervalued
Posted by: Dheeraj Grover (IP Logged)
Date: September 17, 2012 10:15PM
Value investor Bill Nygren was on CNBC to discuss the financial sector, long-term potential of banks, valuation and the risk of low interest on banks' net interest margins.
-- Thinks banks' long-term potential outweighs the pressure on banks' net interest margins.
-- Much competition for banks has gone away, and that has given the opportunity to increase margins.
-- Banks are not the best of the, lot but valuations make them attractive.
-- Owns JPMorgan (JPM) and Wells Fargo (WFC).
-- Buying AIG (AIG), which is undervalued, unloved.
-- Industrials are also attractive. He likes TE Connectivity (TEL).
-- Thinks overall market is undervalued, relative to other options of returns.
Credit and Source: www.cnbc.com, CNBC
Here is the video. Bill comes in at 2:40 into the video:
Guru Discussed: Bill Nygren: Current Portfolio, Stock Picks
Stocks Discussed: WFC, JPM, TEL,
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