The "Shortcuts" You Didn't Know About Investing in Banks
May 4th 2013 8:00AM
Updated May 4th 2013 9:05AM
Investing in big banks can be intimidating for individual investors, but there are a few "shortcuts" that investors like us can look at when determining whether or not a bank is a good buy today.
Some of the highlights include:
- Price to book value
- The skill of management
- Return on assets
You can find out more on these critical metrics in the video below.
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