Do We Have to Go to Canada for Good Banks?
Feb 28th 2013 1:17PM
Updated Feb 28th 2013 2:25PM
In the following video, Motley Fool financials analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson discuss lingering investor fears over American banks, and whether or not there could be a safer set of opportunities in Canadian bank stocks. Matt mentions several Canadian banks that reported strong earnings this quarter -- and are also getting strong returns on capital, have low loan delinquencies, and are paying strong dividends. Should you be looking to Canada for banks?
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