Bank of Montreal (NYSE:BMO), Canada's fourth largest bank, was a pretty good investment immediately after the financial crisis as so many other banks were. Canada had a shallower recession than many other parts of the world, and BMO bounced back from the crisis quite nicely through mid-2010. Since that time though, further gains in the stock have been limited. Going on five years now since the Recession, and with the economic prospects for Canada looking less then sanguine, investors in the company are no doubt a much more diffident lot than they once were. On the outside BMO looks attractive with a nice dividend yield, a substantial ~$600B (NYSEARCA:CAD) pile of assets, a long history of...
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