When it comes to North American banks, the best risk-reward strategy is to overweight Canadian banks at the expense of American and Mexican banks.
Since January 2005, Canadian bank stocks have appreciated by 300% whereas US bank stocks have declined by roughly 10%.
As of today, the average P/B ratio of Canadian bank stocks is at 1.7 vs 1.0 for US banks.
In this Special Report we address three questions.
First, will Canadian bank stocks continue to outperform their US counterparts?
Second, should investors favor Canadian bank stocks at the expense of US and Mexican bank stocks?
Third, what are the most common questions related to Canadian banks?