Deutsche Bank AG

DB-N

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0.20 (2.11%)
Deutsche Bank AG is a German investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany. The bank is present in 58 countries with a large presence in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
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COMMENT
January 6, 2014

He is looking at this. Has a few more problems than other companies but from a valuation basis, this is one of the cheaper European banks. Could be a winner over the next few years.

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January 6, 2014

He is looking at this. Has a few more problems than other companies but from a valuation basis, this is one of the cheaper European banks. Could be a winner over the next few years.

BUY
BUY
December 23, 2013

(Market Call Minute) European banks are going to do better next year.

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December 23, 2013

(Market Call Minute) European banks are going to do better next year.

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December 9, 2013

He is somewhat bearish on Europe but it is working right now. The financials should do well but this one is a hold. Europe is healing but problems are still there. Generally the German banks did take a lot of the subprime stuff. You are better with US names if you want to play the recovery story.

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December 9, 2013

He is somewhat bearish on Europe but it is working right now. The financials should do well but this one is a hold. Europe is healing but problems are still there. Generally the German banks did take a lot of the subprime stuff. You are better with US names if you want to play the recovery story.

BUY
BUY
November 22, 2013

Has started to go back into these in the last couple of years. He looks for banks that didn’t take any European TARP money, which tells a lot about the managers, as well as the countries that they are in. This one is in Germany, the strongest European economy right now. Not a bad entry point for 3-5 years. (See Top and Past Top Picks.)

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Deutsche Bank AG (DB-N)
November 22, 2013

Has started to go back into these in the last couple of years. He looks for banks that didn’t take any European TARP money, which tells a lot about the managers, as well as the countries that they are in. This one is in Germany, the strongest European economy right now. Not a bad entry point for 3-5 years. (See Top and Past Top Picks.)

BUY
BUY
June 7, 2013

His fund has been very underweight European banks for quite a long time. However, he does now own this one. Recently raised some capital, which should meet their needs for Basil III, which the banks have to meet in a few years. Their investment banking division is improving dramatically. Very attractive valuation.

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His fund has been very underweight European banks for quite a long time. However, he does now own this one. Recently raised some capital, which should meet their needs for Basil III, which the banks have to meet in a few years. Their investment banking division is improving dramatically. Very attractive valuation.

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COMMENT
April 16, 2012
If there is a break at around $43.75 he would consider heading for the exit. It looks like there could be a nice up-morning but is watch the action tomorrow. If you are trading, this is where he would put a Stop. If it breaks through that, you'll probably see something around $38.
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Deutsche Bank AG (DB-N)
April 16, 2012
If there is a break at around $43.75 he would consider heading for the exit. It looks like there could be a nice up-morning but is watch the action tomorrow. If you are trading, this is where he would put a Stop. If it breaks through that, you'll probably see something around $38.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
November 22, 2011
Any allocation to European financial institutions should be very modest because there is so much uncertainty around the past that the resolution that the sovereign debt crisis is going to take. European banks seem attractive but there is difficulty in getting a look through their balance sheets and what exactly is in the books.
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Deutsche Bank AG (DB-N)
November 22, 2011
Any allocation to European financial institutions should be very modest because there is so much uncertainty around the past that the resolution that the sovereign debt crisis is going to take. European banks seem attractive but there is difficulty in getting a look through their balance sheets and what exactly is in the books.
PAST TOP PICK
PAST TOP PICK
March 21, 2011
(Top Pick May 3/10, Up 12.10%) Deutsche Bank AG Sydney 6% due January 19/11. A big chunk o the return was the increased value of the Australian $.
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March 21, 2011
(Top Pick May 3/10, Up 12.10%) Deutsche Bank AG Sydney 6% due January 19/11. A big chunk o the return was the increased value of the Australian $.
TOP PICK
TOP PICK
May 3, 2010
Deutsche Bank AG Sydney 6% due January 19/11. This is Australian $’s. As a Canadian investor you should be looking at the Australian Bond market now in the short end. The reserve Bank of Australia is hiking rates.
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Deutsche Bank AG Sydney 6% due January 19/11. This is Australian $’s. As a Canadian investor you should be looking at the Australian Bond market now in the short end. The reserve Bank of Australia is hiking rates.
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SELL
January 6, 2009
(Market Call Minute.) High-end investment bank and doesn't have the same capital position as Canadian banks.
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Deutsche Bank AG (DB-N)
January 6, 2009
(Market Call Minute.) High-end investment bank and doesn't have the same capital position as Canadian banks.
DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 2, 2008
Company had thought they were through the problems with subprimes, etc. but the business environment is more difficult. It will be going through its own restructuring so the outlook for 2008 remains problematic. 6.68% yield is somewhat suspect.
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Company had thought they were through the problems with subprimes, etc. but the business environment is more difficult. It will be going through its own restructuring so the outlook for 2008 remains problematic. 6.68% yield is somewhat suspect.
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