Canadian banks now leading US banks lower

A look at the under-performance of US and Canadian financial shares year to date and what it may be signalling for the overall stock market:

Source: Cory Venable, CMT, Venable Park Investment Counsel Inc

Also see this important article:  Buy and Hold is dead and gone (thanks Dazzo)

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4 Responses to Canadian banks now leading US banks lower

  1. JW says:

    In the middle of Euro bond crisis, Canadian corp. bond prices are moving higher. But, it is a little odd to see the turkeys in the convertibles are flapping their wings too when the 10yr US gov’t bonds are hovering around 2%, and the EUR/USD around 1.34-1.35 in the past couple of weeks. As usual, love the chart. JW, Vancouver

  2. dazzo says:

    Oh Oh. “Regulated” Derivative Markets About To Blow Up?

    http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=197702

  3. dazzo says:

    Preserving the Status Quo with Artifice and Lies Leads to Systemic Collapse

    http://www.oftwominds.com/blognov11/systemic-collapse11-11.html

  4. Harry says:

    Danielle
    Your endorsement of “Occupy Wallstreet” seems a bit odd. What if they were camped outside your office demanding your “rich” clients pay back their student loans or give them a job. It would not be too great for your business. Eventually you will take down your support banner as this movement becomes more chaotic.

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