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Welcome to our blog. At Gator, we are dedicated to a research-oriented investment approach. To demonstrate our research integrated investment strategy, we would like to provide you some insight into our analytical stock selection process. As a reminder, the discussion of individual securities should not be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell such securities. Not all research is for securities currently held. Any securities for which research is provided herein may be reduced, completely closed out, or not purchased at all without notice of any kind.
Our investment thesis in Credit Suisse includes improved capital allocation to higher margin businesses, conservative guidance on future returns, open-ended growth opportunity in wealth management, improved capital levels and potential capital return, improved cost structure, the reduction of legacy costs and litigation leading to improved …More
Bank investors often measure the franchise value of a bank by looking at the quality of the deposit franchise. Deposits are so difficult to raise that they provide the best point of differentiation among banks. After all, the asset side of a bank’s balance sheet …More
We purchased additional common shares of Kingstone Companies, Inc. (NASDAQ: KINS) in late January when the company raised capital in a follow-on offering at $12 per share. The stock has increased in the last week, but we were editing and getting this post through compliance. …More
Capital One stock is interesting because we believe it has the best combination of growth and value among the super-regional banks. With its mix of national lending platforms and online deposit gathering franchises, it is our opinion that Capital One has the best strategic positioning …More
We purchased SLM Corporation (“SLM”) this summer because it was trading at 10x 2017 estimated EPS and is growing its loan portfolio more than 20% annually. SLM is the renamed student loan company formerly known as Sallie Mae. The student loan industry has gone through …More