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We added 1 stock to our Financial Stock Watchlist today because they are receiving Bullish Sentiment from investors and financial bloggers.
In addition, they are generating positive media buzz and/or have insider trading signals which came to our attention. This list below is subject to change on a daily basis, so please be sure you subscribe to our email newsletter.
Sun Life Financial, SLF
Summary: Sun Life, being the third largest insurer in Canada & well diversified by geography and product, provides protection and wealth management products and services to individual and group customers worldwide. It reports its financial results through five business segments: SLF Canada, SLF U.S., MFS Investment Management, SLF Asia and Corporate. SLF Canada consists of Individual Insurance and Investments, Group Benefits and Group Retirement Services' and offers a full range of protection and wealth accumulation products and services to individuals and corporate clients. SLF U.S. consists of Employee Benefits Group, Annuities and Individual Insurance. The company, however, continues to provide high-quality service for these existing policyholders. MFS, a global asset management firm, offers a comprehensive range of financial products and services. The unit actively manages assets for retail and institutional investors around the world through mutual funds, separately managed accounts and retirement plans.
- Last Price: $40.17
- Price Change: -$0.47, -1.16%
- Yearly Gain: -19.28%
- Market Cap: $23.78B
- P/E Ratio: 7.892
Here are 3rd party ratings for SLF:
- TipRanks.com: Moderate Buy
- TradingView.com: Sell
- Yahoo! Finance: Bullish Short-Term Outlook
- Barchart.com: Strong sell
- Zacks.com: Hold, Top 27% (68 out of 251)
- News Sentiment: Very Bullish
- Blogger Consensus: Bullish
- Media Buzz: Medium
- Insider Signal: Positive
- Investor Sentiment: Very Positive
- Hedge Fund signal: Neutral
If you are interested in SLF or any stocks within the Financial sector, you might want to click here and check out this report. The stock market is extremely volatile, and you need to do your own research on SLF before you decide to make any investment.
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