M&T Bank: A Cheap Valuation Sets Up The Stock To Bounce After Third Quarter Earnings (NYSE:MTB)

Investment Thesis

Headquartered in Buffalo, New York, M&T Bank Corporation (MTB) is a $140 billion asset holding company and parent to M&T Bank. MTB has offices located throughout the Northeastern United States. Specifically, the bank has 785 branches located in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and a few other states.

While MTB is more of your classical “loans and deposits” type community banks, relative to super regional peers, it does have a strong wealth management presence associated with its Wilmington Trust business. While most other banks focus on growth first, I believe MTB is more focused on sound credit quality above all else. As one can see from the charts below (under “Credit Analysis”), the bank did quite well during the last recession in terms of credit pain.

As one can see from the valuation chart below, the current valuation (in terms of Price to Tangible

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3 Valuation Tricks to Find Cheap Stocks That Could Double

One of the simplest investment strategies of legendary investor Warren Buffett is to “be fearful when others are greedy and to be greedy only when others are fearful.” Simplified further, it would imply “buy low and sell high.”

Investors therefore need to figure out strategies or indicators that can help them identify cheap stocks. Be it top-down analysis or bottom-up analysis to find stocks — it ultimately boils down to valuation ratios.

Some relatively complex methods to value companies include the discounted cash flow model and Gordon Growth model. However, there are simple, yet effective methods, to find and invest in cheap stocks.

One of the most commonly used valuation ratios is the price-earnings ratio. In simple terms, the ratio gives the dollars investors are willing to pay in the market for every dollar of the company’s earnings.

Simple, no doubt, but if investors have few tricks up their sleeves,

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Strattners Engages Independent Business Valuation Firm To Evaluate Strategic Group Value

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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 6, 2020 / Strattner Group Corp. (OTC PINK:SCNG) also known as Strattners signs engagement letter with an independent business valuation firm to provide a Certified Business Valuation.

The analysis will be conducted in accordance with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Statement on Standards for Valuation Services and the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts’ (NACVA) Professional Standards for a Valuation Engagement. The estimate of value that results from a valuation engagement is expressed as a conclusion of value. The engagement will use strategic value as the standard of value.

Strattner Group Corp. CEO, Timo Strattner says that “we are entering a very exciting phase in our development. This valuation is an important step towards building shareholder value and thus build a valuation

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