Jacob Steinberg
Long only, deep value, growth at reasonable price, carmakers

Can First Business Financial Double?

Since 2011, First Business Financial Services (NASDAQ:FBIZ) has tripled as the company's performance has been improving impressively. In fact, the company's market cap increased by 400% during the same period. If the company continues its performance, its share price can keep moving upwards and reward the patient investors.

While the company is headquartered in Wisconsin, it has branches and offices in multiple states. As the company has stayed away from acquisitions for the most part, all of its growth has been organic. The company's first bank branch was found in 1990 under First Business Bank name. At the moment, the company has offices and branches in 8 states and 10 cities and there is plenty of room for...

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