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Saturday, November 05, 2011

Canadian Banks Smelling Trouble?

An interesting read from Greg Schnell at www.StockCharts.com concerning weakness in the Canadian banks...potentially signalling more trouble in Europe (Italy)...definitely stocks I'll be watching in the days/weeks ahead...his blog post is worth reading:

http://blogs.stockcharts.com/canada/2011/11/lets-review-the-canadian-banks.html

If you want to save their charts, just left click on each chart and then left click on "Linkable Version" at the bottom of the chart...then click on "File" at the top of your browser window and send a copy to your desktop to save...each chart will then update each day when you click on it so you can follow the progress and see how this story unfolds.