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Turnaround Letter
Out-of-Favor Stocks with Real Value
In this month’s issue of Cabot Turnaround Letter, I recommend a company I’ve been fond of all the way back to 7th grade. It’s a household name, but one that’s perhaps been forgotten on Wall Street in recent years. But now, it looks primed for a turnaround.

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Wells Fargo (WFC) kicked off the Cabot Turnaround Letter earnings season today, showing solid EPS of $1.33/share, which exceeded estimates by 4 cents. WFC also beat revenue estimates by $410M, coming in at $20.69B, but the stock is trading lower this morning as the company posted a 9% YoY decline in net interest. We moved this one to HOLD back in the May 27 issue at 60, and it just hasn’t quite been able to clear that prior high. Given that we have a 119% overall gain on this stock in the rear-view mirror, and that interest rates – and therefore WFC earnings – are only likely to go lower from here, we’re moving this one to SELL.
Moving Ironwood Pharmaceuticals (IRWD) to Sell