Morgan Stanley Is A Cautious Buy For The Long Term


  • Morgan Stanley has underperformed its peers since October lows due to its lower exposure to cyclical industries.
  • The company’s business model focuses on institutional securities, wealth management, and asset management, aiming to reach $10 trillion in client assets.
  • While the company may rebound in the near future, its valuation is relatively expensive, making it a cautious buy.
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Since the October lows, Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) has underperformed its peers Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), and the general bank ETF. Despite these relatively poor results, I consider Morgan Stanley a cautious buy to catch up with

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