Bank Stock Valuations Recover

ROE vs. COE is the Best Indicator of Bank Stock Value IDC Financial Publishing (IDCFP) measures relative profitability of bank holding companies by comparing the IDCFP return on tangible equity (NOPAT ROE) to our definition of the cost of equity (COE). Margin between ROE and COE (included in the “M” in…

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Our Remarkable Record Predicting Bank Failure and Recovery

Updated for 3rd Quarter 2019 ranks IDCFP’s Record in History From 1990 to 2018, there were 1,419 failures of banks. Of these, 90% (1,271 banks) were ranked less than 125 by IDC Financial Publishing (IDCFP) up to 17 months before failure. Further, 73% (1,033 banks) were rated less than 125 by IDCFP…

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Negative Balance Sheet Cash Flow Leads to Liquidity Risk

IDC Financial Publishing (IDCFP) utilizes the acronym CAMEL to represent the financial ratios used to evaluate the safety and soundness of commercial banks, savings institutions and credit unions. This article explains how we use liquidity as a component of our CAMEL rating, and why it is valuable and important to monitor. Liquidity…

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