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TOP PICK
Financials will benefit from rising interest rates. Already announced dividend increases and share buybacks. Way over-capitalized. Trades at 10x earnings. Negligible bad loans. Growth in the loan book is well underway with the recovery. Yield is 7.29% (Analysts’ price target is $17.05)
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DON'T BUY
He would not buy it. It has does reasonably well over the last little while, but the challenge is the volatility that has been in place. He would need more stability. He prefers another that is not interacting with Northern Europe.
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PAST TOP PICK
(A Top Pick Jul 22/20, Up 73%) Remains incredibly cheap on a price to book value. Heavily capitalized. Exclusively a retail bank, so really tied to increased interest rates. Still a long way to run.
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PARTIAL SELL

ING and Euro banks have run up, so switch to other banks around the world? For stability, switch to the Canadian banks exposed to the US (TD and BMO) which have lagged but are now catching up The US economy will have a few good quarters, because they're ahead in vaccinations. Even BNS is okay, given exposure to Latin America. The Canadian banks pay a solid dividend and boast strong balance sheets The Canadian banks pay nice dividends and offer quality balance sheets.

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TOP PICK
All the European banks had to suspend their dividends this year. It is now trading at half book value and 7 times earnings. A compelling valuation. It operates primary in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany --- three rock solid economies. He thinks they shares are worth double their current price. Yield 0% (Analysts’ price target is $11.55)
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DON'T BUY
He has paired back European banks. He likes ING in isolation. He moved to North American banks. ING-N's problems stem from EU problems in the countries not getting along. Look at other banks that have a sustainable dividend that can grow. You need to get yield if you are in banks.
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HOLD
ING is one of Europe's strongest banks that will remain profitable. Solid balance sheet. All Euro banks suspended dividends. ING had a light payout ratio. After this crisis, the dividends should return. Hang on and ride this out.
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SELL
Narrative on banks generally is a poor one, because interest rate margins are coming down. Problematic for European banks. If you have a long-term view of 4-5 years, you may want to look at insurers.
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TOP PICK

ING trades below book value and pays a solid 6.3 per cent dividend.

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BUY
European banks are on sale. ING pays out 50% of its earnings and paying a high dividend. You can buy here--it's come off the bottom--but be patient. Low interest rates hurt these banks. Collect the fat return and wait.
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DON'T BUY
After the 2008 crisis, they sold off a lot of assets, including insurance, banking and other areas. Mortgages can be 30 years in Europe and the margins are very weak. Further interest rate cuts there could make it even more challenging. He thinks there are betting opportunities.
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DON'T BUY
It was in a long-term downtrend all through 2018, then based this year. If it breaks out above current levels (possibly), it could test past high levels. For whatever reason, the market has put ING in the penalty box. He isn't positive about ING, based on the chart.
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HOLD
ING was very large, prior to the global banking crisis. Now they have reduced quite a lot. The most interesting part of the Dutch banking market is the 30-year mortgage. This means there will be a challenge for Dutch banks to grow earnings due to money being locked in. It is a great bank and earnings will work. The dividend is attractive and he would hold. Yield of 6.5%.
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DON'T BUY
An ethical issue with all the anti-money laundering issues in Russian and eastern European countries. They aren't growing revenues to offset costs. There are other European banks that are clean with a much higher rate. There are also negative interest rates in Europe right now so it's difficult for them to grow business.
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DON'T BUY
He does not care for European banks. They have the lowest interest rates in the world and an economy on the verge of recession. They are not well positioned.
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ING Groep NV(ING-N) Rating

Ranking : 3 out of 5

Bullish - Buy Signals / Votes : 1

Neutral - Hold Signals / Votes : 0

Bearish - Sell Signals / Votes : 2

Total Signals / Votes : 3

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On 2022-01-21, ING Groep NV (ING-N) stock closed at a price of $14.52.