The traders were closely watching the financials on Wednesday with big bank stocks struggling to find a footing.
The sell-off continued despite efforts from Jamie Dimon of JPMorgan and Brian Moynihan of Bank of America to quell investor jitters.
However, amid the selling, the pros think two names belong on the radar as potentially oversold.
In the space Tim Seymour suggests looking at Goldman . "It’s getting thrown out with the bath water. I don’t think they’re at risk in the same way other banks are,” he says.
Karen Finerman agrees that Goldman is worth a look. “It’s trading lower than tangible book – and that seems ridiculous,” she says.
Dennis Gartman makes the following analogy– when they raid the house of ill repute even the piano player goes to jail – “Goldman is the piano player,” he says.
Paul Miller of FBR tells the desk “Wells Fargo at these levels is a steal. Quality, great company and great deposit base,” he says.
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