Tuesday, May 25, 2010

How Financial Reform Impacts Bank Investors

Bank stocks have traditionally been known as stocks loved by dividend investors. They often pay higher than average dividends, and many of them have long histories of increasing those dividends. That is until the last couple of years when the financial world has been turned upside down due to bad lending habits by the banks. Below is an interesting video by Morningstar dividend editor Josh Peters on recent changes to bank's business plans and what this means for investors.





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1 comment:

  1. how many moeney payd the tax office back on the housing price

    earnings -debt on mortgage gives money that is taxable

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