Why the Good Bank Stocks Are Having a Good Year

Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC  ) , PNC Financial Services (NYSE: PNC  ) , and US Bancorp (NYSE: USB  ) are having a good year when compared to some of their more troubled peers.

Dubbed the "good banks" by Motley Fool financial analyst David Hanson, is the positive performance of these so-called "good banks" surprising?

In this episode of The Motley Fool's Where the Money Is, David Hanson and fellow financial analyst Tyler Riggs dig deeper into the changing face of the banking industry and discuss what makes these good, solid banks stand out from all the rest.

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  • Report this Comment On July 05, 2014, at 7:57 PM, ronbeasley wrote:

    Readers - don't be taken in by this typical Motley Fool come-on. If you click on the video, you get a lengthy series of self-serving sales pitches and you never get the promised answer unless you sign up for a subscription. Included is a series of fantastic stock picks that David Gardner reportedly made. But there is a very brief screenshot that shows his picks beat the S&P 500 over a nine year period by about 61% to 42%. Admirable, but there must have been a whole lot of horrible picks in there to offset the advertised "genius visionary" picks that have skyrocketed. They don't tell you about those, of course, although they would be required to provide full disclosure if they were managing money and registered with the SEC. And why nine years, not 5, or 10, or 15? Just about anyone can find a time frame that looks good. They will probably erase this post, let’s see how far their ethics go.

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