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Berko: Sell TCF now, while the getting is still good

You have good instincts. Though the financial sector continues to maintain some of its momentum, TCF Financial has been one of the laggards and may continue to be so for quite a while.

TCF Financial (TCF-$16.60) is home-ported in Wayzata, Minn., where the median home value is $520,900 and the median family income is $65,237. Wayzata, a Sioux word meaning “northern shore,” is 13 miles west of Minneapolis, 8 miles north of Minnetonka and home to 4,300 Wayzatians. But though Wayzata may be a swell place to raise a family, TCF isn’t a swell stock to own.

TCF is a national bank holding company that has $21.8 billion in assets from 331 branches in seven states As you mentioned, TCF surged 43 percent in just two months late last year. This huge rise was the result of better income, potentially higher interest rates and the possibility of bank deregulation under The Donald’s administration.

TCF, founded in 1923, does almost everything that mega-banks do, including financing new and used cars in 50 states. TCF got into auto lending in 2011, when it bought a California startup (Gateway One). So with call centers in Anaheim, Tampa and Atlanta working nights and weekends, within a couple of years TCF was sharing obscene loan fees with car dealers and making high-interest auto loans (with the average loan being $20,000) to more than 12,000 dealerships. This national auto loan business became a symbol of TCF’s post-recession image and a key driver of new growth. And by March of this year, TCF had $2.9 billion of auto loans on its books, constituting nearly 20 percent of its loan portfolio.

Malcolm Berko: Sell or hold TCF Financial?

Dear Mr. Berko: I bought 600 shares of TCF Financial at $13.95 in early November of last year. The shares had zoomed to $20 within two months. So I asked my broker whether we should sell any of the shares. He said no and recommended that I buy another 600 shares because he thinks it will be a $30 stock this year. I didn’t take his advice to buy, but I still own the 600 shares, which are down more than 3 points from where I wanted to sell. What should I do? — CL, Detroit

Dear CL: You have good instincts. Though the financial sector continues to maintain some of its momentum, TCF Financial has been one of the laggards and may continue to be so for quite a while.

TCF Financial (TCF-$16.60) is home-ported in the sylvan, pastoral town of Wayzata, Minnesota, where the median home value is $520,900 and the median family income is $65,237. Wayzata, a Sioux word meaning “northern shore,” is 13 miles west of Minneapolis, 8 miles north of Minnetonka and home to 4,300 Wayzatians. But though Wayzata may be a swell place to raise a family, TCF isn’t a swell stock to own.