We have seen US bank stocks fall quite a bit this year. For example, $BAC-0.3% stock is down more than 13% this year and $C+0.4% stock is down more than 9%. However, over the past month, bank stocks have been falling very quickly and noticeably ( see image below ). Otherwise, I have been regularly buying $BAC-0.3% stock lately as it is currently at a great price and I am still thinking about including $C+0.4% stock in my portfolio.

What stocks from the banking sector do you have included in your portfolio?

Banks are too conservative, boring and slow for me... I wouldn't go there :)

I'm in $BAC-0.3% but I've been watching $JPM+0.1% more and I want to buy in on the dips.

I just KB, I see a risk with the US ones now that there is a lot of debt

I personally like Czech banks just because of the dividends, and I like foreign banks like JP Morgan, Deutsche and Barclays.

I'm probably looking at it wrong, but according to my chart, $JPM+0.1% is up almost 10% this year, not down 5...

I have a $C+0.4% and plan to add it, for me it's a solid bank.

There is a great risk that a large number of Americans will be unable to make their mortgage payments, which is why I have none.

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