The Shocking Truth: The Worst-Performing Big Bank Over the Last Year
Mar 8th 2013 11:13AM
Updated Mar 8th 2013 12:55PM
Investors may be surprised to learn which big bank performed the worst last year. No, it wasn't Bank of America or Citigroup , the most frequently maligned too-big-to-fail banks. Instead, it was Wells Fargo , the nation's fourth largest lender by assets and arguably the most respected of the bunch. In the video below, Fool contributor John Maxfield explains how this irony came to be.
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