Does worse = better for the Canadian banks when they report Q4 earnings later this month? In this 10-minute video, Rob Wessel discusses three ways the banks might “clean-up” fQ4 earnings to try to set the stage for an improved f2024.
Tax Loss Switch Ideas: With Canadian banks down over the last two years and trading at depressed valuations, we highlight our suite of Canadian bank ETFs for investors considering tax loss selling (see table of Hamilton Canadian bank ETFs below).
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