After the recent growth in the US banks shares, we at doitinvest.com though it would be interesting to update and see how our portfolio looks like. One of the first blogs here at doitinvest.com was analysing the bank shares and ended up with a sector prudent buy reccomendation.Read More »US banks update – shares evolution
US banks shares
Efforts to improve U.S. financial regulation are seen to be accelerated early next year, as a new Congress and administration seek to protect public money put at risk by recent rescue measures. (see the case of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac).Read More »US banks to be tougher regulated
In a previous article doitinvest.com was already pointing at the high risk associated with the investments in the banking and financial services sector shares. We came up with specific data and information showing that huge losses from the subprime/real estate portfolios write downs (US$ 7 billion only in 2007) and we showed that this sector has become very risky because of its lack of transparency (despite applying the Basel 2 rules, or maybe because of them!).
However, risky means higher profit (or loss!) opportunities for the investors, so some of you might be interested in going ahead and speculate the current situation. What should you do?Read More »Investing today in the US financial sector – is it worth?