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TSE:ZBK

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You have credit risk for mortgages. Banks are well provisioned for credit losses, though these might be loosened shortly. The yield curve is steepening so in the short run, banks are more profitable. It's hard to say how much is priced in. Not early but if the yield curve remains steep, banks will do well over the next few years.
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ZUB-T vs. ZBK-T. If you are thinking long term, he would go into the hedged version. It is not time to step into US banks yet. We will likely make lower lows. You are not owning them for dividend payout these days.
E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

He wouldn't buy the covered call. If you like American banks, buy them individually. He would rather buy ZBK which is a play on American banks without a covered call. Basically, you're paying a premium for covered calls..

E.T.F.'s
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Good time to buy? U.S. Banks ETF. Very popular, very liquid and very good at what it does. A great way for Canadians investos to access U.S. banks quickly and easily. Since it last peak the U.S. banks have been declining on price due to falling rates in the U.S.. When rates are low the banks don't do as well. If you think that maybe this is overdone then try ZBK. But he thinks there's still some downside risk to U.S. banks in particular.
E.T.F.'s
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The financial sector in the US has been unloved. But they are not the same as in 2007. They are not exposed to sub-prime debt and are more regulated. They are trading at good multiples. He uses XLF-N to play the banks. Everyone has rushed into bond funds but he thinks that has been overdone. ZBK-T is a wonderful way to play the correction to the overdone movement into bonds.
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DON'T BUY
An American bank ETF Warnign: there's only a minor dividend on American banks, and this space is not a time now for new money.
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DON'T BUY
Looked at it, but the Canadian banks looked better. Get the BMO Canadian bank ETF instead. Be cautious about jumping into the US banking side. Canadian dollar could perk up and that would offset any advantage to being in the US. He'd rather stay in his own backyard that he knows. Canadian banks are superior in a lot of ways to virtually all the US banks.
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BUY

US Banks. He still does not love them, but for the first time last week he exposed himself to a currency hedged version because it has currency exposure. It was a small bet because some small relative value is developing.

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BUY

This is a way to play rising interest rates. Banks generate profit with interest spreads. This is a good tactical play. It could be a good hedge.

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DON'T BUY

ZBK-T vs. ZUB-T. ZBK has exposure with US$ and ZUB has the currency hedged. He does not love US banks however.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

Likes US banks, not currency hedged, as thinks Canadian dollar will still see weakness. US banks cheaper than Canadian right now. US banks numbers pretty good today. Investors will come out of tech and will probably will go into US banks.

E.T.F.'s
COMMENT

With US banks, you are probably going to get a little earnings growth and dividend growth, but it won’t be spectacular, provided the US economy remains intact. Given that the US regulatory conditions are going to ease, this is really a good capital repatriation story.

E.T.F.'s
BUY

BMO Equal Weight (ZBK-T) or Low Volatility US Equities (ZLU-T)?He would be buying the ZBK. They also have the ZUB, which is the Canadian hedged version. He likes the US banking sector. If you want something a little more aggressive which targets a particular sector of the market, he would be fine with ZLU.

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US Financials ETF? Banks insurance companies, etc. The list is too long to mention. The US financial regional banks have underperformed relative to the broader market. Get an ETF like ZUB-T that is hedged. He thinks these are attractive. ZBK-T gives you exposure unhedged in US$.

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HOLD

There were 2 boosts to the sector. First was the Trump boost and the 2nd was when they did the capital tests, which most of the banks passed with flying colours. It has been moving sideways now because everybody is not so sure if rates are going to be rising as much as had been hoped.

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BMO Equal Weight US Banks ETF(ZBK-T) Rating

Ranking : 4 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 0

Total Signals / Votes : 1

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BMO Equal Weight US Banks ETF(ZBK-T) Frequently Asked Questions

What is BMO Equal Weight US Banks ETF stock symbol?

BMO Equal Weight US Banks ETF is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol ZBK-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (ZBK-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:ZBK or ZBK-T

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What is BMO Equal Weight US Banks ETF stock price?

On 2021-09-24, BMO Equal Weight US Banks ETF (ZBK-T) stock closed at a price of $34.56.