Cullen Frost Bankers (CFR) ought to be a great bank. It is a major player in the attractive Texas market and it has a pretty attractive loan portfolio with little in the way of credit issues and a reasonable dividend yield. Yet this is one bank that investors should steer clear of for a while. The company's loan growth rate over the last few years has been slower than peers, while costs are higher than peers and they have been growing faster than revenues for five of the last six quarters. Given these negative factors and a relatively rich valuation, investors should avoid CFR for the time being.
San Antonio-based Cullen Frost Bankers is a...
Only subscribers can access this article, which is part of the PRO research library covering 3,575 different stocks.
Growing numbers of fund managers and other investment professionals subscribe to Seeking Alpha PRO for equity research that is unavailable elsewhere, so they can: