What Analysts Suggest for Charles Schwab



Strong “buy” ratings

Nine of the 20 analysts covering Charles Schwab (SCHW) in January gave the stock a “strong buy” rating, while five recommended a “hold” on SCHW. The remaining six analysts covering the stock rate the stock a “buy.”

Out of the 19 analysts covering SCHW in December 2017, eight had rated the stock a “strong buy,” five had recommended a “hold,” and six had recommended a “buy.”

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SCHW’s peers

In January, five of the 11 analysts covering PL Financial Holdings (LPLA) in January 2018, suggested a “strong buy,” four recommended a “hold,” one suggested a “strong sell,” and one recommended a “buy.” These recommendations were the same in the previous month also.

Out of the ten analysts covering LPLA in November 2017, four suggested a “strong buy,” another four suggested a “hold,” one rated it a “strong sell,” and one recommended a “buy” rating.

Of the 20 analysts covering the Bank of New York Mellon (BK) in January 2018, four rated it a “strong buy,” 12 are suggesting a “hold,” two were recommending a “strong sell,” and another two are suggesting a “buy.”

Charles Schwab’s competitor (XLF) Wells Fargo (WFC) was covered by 33 analysts in January 2018. 15 recommend a “hold,” two suggest a “strong sell,” three suggest a “sell,” seven recommend a “strong buy,” and six have given it a “buy” rating.

Out of the 33 analysts covering WFC in December 2017, 16 had recommended a “hold,” two had suggested a “strong sell,” three had rated it a “sell,” seven had suggested a “strong buy,” and five had recommended a “buy.”


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