Investors Snag TCBI Even Cheaper Than Its Secondary Stock Offering

Jan 27 2014, 11:14am CST | by

Looking back to 3 days ago, Texas Capital Bancshares Inc (NASD: TCBI) priced a 1,700,000 share secondary stock offering at $60.25 per share. Buyers in that offering made a considerable investment into the company, expecting that their investment would go up over the course of time. In trading on Monday, bargain hunters could buy shares of TCBI and achieve a cost basis even cheaper than those buyers, with shares changing hands as low as $60.03 per share.

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Secondaries can often present buying opportunities for bullish investors interested in purchasing shares, because the sudden extra supply of stock tends to require that the offering be priced at an attractive discount to where the stock had previously been trading before the offering announcement. At last check, Texas Capital Bancshares Inc shares are currently trading off about 0.2% on the day. The chart below shows the one year performance of TCBI shares, versus its 200 day moving average:

Looking at the chart above, TCBI’s low point in its 52 week range is $36.75 per share, with $63.99 as the 52 week high point — that compares with a last trade of $60.03.


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According to the ETF Finder at ETFChannel.com, TCBI makes up 3.18% of the KBW Regional Banking Portfolio ETF (AMEX: KBWR) which is trading relatively unchanged on the day Monday.


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Source: Forbes Business

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