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Editors Choice: Deutsche Bank Stock is Like a Downhill Slalom with an Avalanche Helping

Nonetheless, there is one bank that stands out – and not for good: Deutsche Bank (DB). Germany’s (EWG) largest lender is making almost everybody else looks shiny. Total return of -57%, -78%, and -70% over the past YTD, 5-, and 10-year, respectively, is the worst, worst, and second-worst for the respective time frames among the banking pack.

Deutsche Bank: Is The End Near?

How low can it go? That’s a very good question and unfortunately, we don’t have a good answer.

We did warn about investing in this troubled bank over and over again:

Nonetheless, we don’t have a (shiny enough) crystal ball that allows us to read into the bottom of this falling “too big to fail” (?) bank.

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