Stephen Rosenman
Long/short equity, deep value, special situations

Bank Of The Ozarks: What Happens When An Arkansas Bank Opens In New York City

Despite its meteoric rise, Bank of the Ozarks (NASDAQ:OZRK) has another potential double in it. Since my last article, critical information has come to light that can propel the stock much higher. To date, the analyst community has completely missed the stock's run up by focusing on the stock's high valuation rather than the profound (and profitable) company transformation. The bank is morphing from a backwater Arkansas-based regional to a coast-to-coast financial specializing in complex large lucrative deals. Since I first got behind the stock in 2011, Ozarks has tripled.

The Quarter: 64% Annualized Organic Growth

The Southeastern regional bank powerhouse, has - as its CEO puts it - been "running on all cylinders". In its...

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