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One of our favorite sayings is “Buy when there is blood in the streets,” which is attributed to Baron Rothschild in the early 1800’s. It is particularly appropriate to pull out the Baron’s statement now because he was a member of one of the most prominent European banking families, and the European banking sector is one of the bloodiest sectors in the worldwide financial markets today.
No doubt there is risk in European banks. Even huge banks can fail, or their stockholders can get wiped out if they are nationalized. But there is also great stock profit opportunity in this distressed investing sector. Most of these banks are cornerstones of their nation respective nation’s economy, and many of them have significant global foundations as well.
The September 2012 issue of The Turnaround Letter highlights ten very large European-based banking companies with global reach. We can’t promise that any of them will emerged unscathed from the current turmoil in Europe, but we're pretty confident that some—and possibly even all—of them will increase sharply in price when the turmoil subsides. Read more about European banking turnaround investment opportunities.