The Community Bank Investor Monthly Newsletter

The banking sector is in a unique position and the result is what Tim Melvin has branded, “The Trade of The Decade.” This newsletter will provide you all the information needed, in one easy-to-read monthly report, to stay ahead of the banking sector and identify opportunities produced from "Great Banking Consolidation"


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About Tim Melvin

As a 27-year veteran of the financial services and investment industry I’ve served as a broker, advisor, and portfolio manager. I’ve combined this nearly three decades of experience with my love of value investing in order to help investors worldwi…

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Specific buy and sell recommendations, and tons of wisdom, make this a wonderful service.

Long term investing strategy that works!! In depth analysis of individual community banks and industry consolidation dynamics that are happening right now. Stock prices in the industry are mostly uncorrelated to overall market trend.

great stock ideas

Good information and lots of good articles to read. The videos could be a bit shorter:)

Informative metrics and details requiring close study and follow-up...

Am new to this but so far things look good...

Need more investable ideas.

Good newsletter, but feels a bit as if he's filling it out by rote. would like more editorial as opposed to just summarizing publicly available information.

Contains a lot of stimulating information about community banks, but not much of it is actionable for the average investor. I guess it's mainly an appetizer for the author's premium service on small banks and raises awareness of their profit potential.

Difficult to follow a consistent train of thought since the format of selling several different letters that push under priced stocks but jump from one category to another, each one at a different price. This letter has potential but is difficult to follow. Almost not worth the effort

A lot of content. Seems overwhelming at time. Would like a little more info on where to go (websites) to conduct further research.