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Huntington Bancshares Incorporated And August Financial Dashboard Update

Summary

  • This article suggests a valuation method based on TBV + 10 x dividend to value financial stocks as an asset plus income purchase with the most easily obtainable data.
  • This valuation method suggests that Huntington Bancshares Incorporated is undervalued by about 15% at its current price of ~$14.5.
  • A financial dashboard is also developed to better anchor the discussion under the context of the sector and other peers.

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Investment thesis and background

This article suggests a valuation method based on TBV + 10 x dividend to value financial stocks as an asset plus income purchase with the most easily obtainable data. This valuation method suggests that Huntington

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Comments (7)

K
Seems as HBAN are on the path to close gap to other
regionals. Have been lagging, after all the mergers.
hueyuh1 profile picture
Any reason for leaving out WFC? Thanks.
craftbrewinfo profile picture
@hueyuh1 yes it‚Äôs an article about HBANūü§®
hueyuh1 profile picture
@craftbrewinfo Please, don't be a smart a**. If you look at his table it includes JPM, GS, BAC and more.

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craftbrewinfo profile picture
@hueyuh1 HBAN is a REGIONAL bank. You're comparing apples to mangos
craftbrewinfo profile picture
I like your valuation methodology. Banks give me fits! I prefer regionals to the mega banks, but did snap up some MS before they made the dividend increase after the Fed let them loose. Dividend and yield doubled. I like HBAN, it's o my watch list. Also looking at FITB which I have always liked as well. Excellent work !
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