Somehow, this site developed a strong Canadian audience. There are as many Canadian readers here as readers from the state of Georgia, which is a little perplexing to me because I can at least understand why people from Atlanta end up here—practically every investor there owns some Coca-Cola, and I have enough posts on that to bring ‘em in through the search engines. But I don’t know that much about Canadian stocks and the international rules regarding taxation, although I appreciate the country’s underappreciated banking history that does not get nearly the amount of global acclaim that it deserves.
I once attended an investment conference hosted by the great great grandnephew of an early 20th century American president, and all he did was rave about his investments in Canadian bank stocks. He said that they had a superior culture to American banks because there is less pressure to act … Read the rest of this article!