Canadian Banks: What’s Next? (Q&A with Hamilton ETFs)

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Are you curious about the most recent updates in the Canadian banking sector? Look no further! In this video interview, we hosted Rob Wessel of Hamilton ETFs, among Canada's prominent banking specialists to supply you with a comprehensive wrap-up of the key highlights from the past quarter.

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Canadian Banks: What's Next? (Q&A with Hamilton ETFs)

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  1. Thanks for asking the questions for us Marc. I always appreciate your videos. I have a couple Hamilton products that I love

    1. My pleasure, Mike. We appreciate your support and thanks for taking the time to leave your comment. – Marc

    1. Thanks for your comment, Janet. I feel comfortable too, but let’s see how this plays out! – Marc

  2. A very timely video given the recent rough ride banks have had (courtesy of US banks). I still love Canadian banks and am adding to my position. Thanks Marc!

  3. A BIG portion of my portfolio is financials as I’m sure a lot of Canadian investors. I’m not worried and dripping all the way to retirement.

  4. Hello Mark, just wanted to thank you for this video. Great questions and great interview ! I also liked the editing in this video, great visuals and easily directing the viewer’s attention.

  5. Thanks for hosting that great interview Marc. It is helpful to hear the opinions of others. You are a natural for conducting an interview. I see where Brandon gets his camera presence from!

  6. Hamilton has Excellent management and insight – l own HYLD – Purchased in January – the market has not been good – but they’ve held the distributions stable /
    Thank you for the interview Mark – very informative 👍

  7. I will admit, I am jealous of the low MER. I own HFIN from the same provider; I wanted it as it includes the insurance companies in addition to the banks. I’d like to know why there is such a difference between the fees for each ETF and the amount of assets under management as well.

  8. I see I own some HMAX in my HDIV, as well as the HMAX I own! The acronyms are hard to keep straight and remember what is what…at least I know what my BMO means…it certainly seems like the US bank issue has created an opportunity here in Canada, sort of like in 2008 except on a smaller scale.

    1. Hey Robert. Ya, the tickers can get confusing, right? Especially when you own the fund of funds, which then own the underlying funds! Like you, I’m wondering whether this is somewhat akin to the GFC opportunity. Time will tell. – Marc

  9. Excellent interview! Mark, Your questions were perfectly on point, and your experience shone through, demonstrating confidence in the discussion with Rob.

  10. Merci Marc! Good timing, informative, interesting exchange. Valuable content. I’m still cautious with banks, I feel like the mortgage losses will come later this year.

  11. This was a really good interview Marc! I would love to see more content like this in the future 🙂

  12. I would like your opinion about td bank being currently shorted. Its kind of scary. I doubt the bank will bankrupt. But still, id like to hear an educated opinion about it

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