Shortly after Wells Fargo & Co. announced its goals for revenue growth and return on assets at its inaugural investor day last week, Chief Financial Officer Howard Atkins joked that audience reaction had already proved the company's targets were right.

Half the attendees thought a target of 10% revenue growth and a 1.5% return on assets were too low, he said, the other half too high.

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