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Bank of Montreal (BMO.TO)

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124.43+0.81 (+0.66%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
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  • D
    DB C
    Added at $123.64 CAD and will buy more if it keeps dropping.
    This bank is in the midst of the biggest acquisition in it’s history.
    If it doesn’t sh1t the bed and gets the job done right, it will be spewing record profits in a few short years.
  • C
    Chris
    Anybody know why Canadian banks keep going lower?
    I own this and RY and am down like 15%, mind you I bought it right at its peak but still not bouncing back like other stocks
  • P
    Piers
    I am so tired of BMO doing nothing all day. Can you move??? I have been reading (http://Achieverspot.tech) for a month now and the stocks there actually go!
  • R
    Rezilian
    BMO is way to oversold, recession fear is dragging the bank stocks even lower. BMO very solid imo and it’s a great opportunity to buy at discount
  • S
    Steve
    Are they going to close this 3x ETF?
  • K
    KMT
    I love BMO and love BMO at this price. But market seems to point to lower price later. May be 120???
  • J
    Jules Cesar
    The best bank imho : Generous dividend, ridiculously low payout ratio (<30%), very low P/E, hi ROE, commercial-oriented bank that could be hit less hard if residential mortgage get in problems, etc. What else more do you want ? I know, if severe recession hits, earnings will be affected, of course, but the dividend is safe unless a calamity fall upon us.
  • D
    David
    The gold market narrative has been driven by the contrasting effects of persistent high inflation and central banks raising interest rates in response. With the US dollar hitting a 20-year high, gold fell to a three-month low on 13 May. The commodity rallied at the start of June, hitting the highest price levels it has seen since 9 May, but dipped in anticipation of a 75-basis-point rate hike by the Federal Reserve.

    With the $1,700 an ounce range in sight, gold remains well below the $2,000 level seen in early March. Although a weaker US dollar is providing the commodity with some positive momentum, the fundamental reason for most analysts not having a longer-term bullish perspective on gold — rising US Treasury yields — remains intact.
  • K
    K. C
    Don’t touch Gold. Going lower
  • T
    Taureau
    If you re in you re 30s buy it and sleep on it
  • D
    David
    Brutal.
  • T
    Tom
    Entire year gains wiped out !
  • T
    Tom
    Averaging down ..................................
    great entry here now. Fed wont have to raise rates as much as expected!
  • K
    K. C
    Capitulation is close. Still won’t touch it
  • K
    KMT
    it will most likely to touch 120 this week
  • K
    K. C
    Starting to average in
  • C
    Crash
    I don’t think is recession fair if you look at the data during the open there was a lot of buyers, later on there was a sell off. The buyers were more than the sellers but later on few sellers started dumping larger amount of shares. Don’t what to get to technical but it looks like there is a big move up coming but the institutions are trying to get raid of the retail investors, before the upside move. Study the data.
  • V
    Victor
    BMO reports stellar results and it drops while the other banks rose sharply??? what happened??
  • C
    Crash
    Wish I had money to buy some at this price.
  • C
    Crash
    Time to accumulate while you wait for the next big move.