104 per share fair value estimate. Morningstar analyst Jim Sinegal believes that a powerful network effect that is supported ..... our analyst's fair value estimate. Morningstar analyst Jim Sinegal notes that American Express has relied on powerful network
stock drop amid a liquidity crunch and credit concerns that plagued the financial-services sector. But Morningstar analyst Jim Sinegal , who covers CIT, believes that the effects of deteriorating credit quality are already factored into the current stock price
Jim Sinegal : We think [TICKER:AXP] American Express (AXP) is one of the most interesting opportunities right now in the financial space
trading above our fair value estimate of $62 per share, making them less palatable on a valuation basis. Morningstar analyst Jim Sinegal continues to believe that the company will create value for shareholders over the next decade, even as its size and scale
Jim Sinegal : After extensive research into economic and demographic conditions in the United States, we've come to the conclusion that
The performance overhang attributable to the bank's crisis-era missteps is fading, writes Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal .
Wells Fargo’s results underscore how the firm’s low-cost deposit-base growth remains its key source of competitive advantage, writes Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal .
to the interest-rate cycle and reasonably valued today; as of March 3, it was trading a bit below senior equity analyst Jim Sinegal 's $18 fair value estimate. Coffina says he's also keeping his eye on firms that could be negatively affected in a rising
meaningful amount of business for [TICKER:AXP] American Express, which explains the big sell-off on the news. But Jim Sinegal , Morningstar's [TICKER:AXP] American Express analyst, doesn't see this as a sign that [TICKER:AXP] American
Jim Sinegal : We ended 2014 with another disappointing quarter for the banks. I think a lot of investors were starting to look forward to