Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is one of the more interesting of the big 6 banks in Canada. It was hit hardest of all the big 6 Canadian Banks by the financial crisis. As a result, they became a bit too conservative which resolved to poorer returns for shareholders for quite a few years after the crisis came to an end. CIBC basically was taking few chances. This meant that for quite a few years after the financial crisis the bank performed poorly.
It took until December 2014 for CIBC Stock to finally reach the old highs of $107 made back in 2007. It was the last of the big 6 banks to revisit their old highs.
CIBC Stock Dividend Rise
One thing that the bank has done however is increase its dividend from 77 cents in 2007 to $1.03 today for a rise of 33.7% in the dividend.
One of the best methods for trading in highly volatile markets is to scale slowly into positions. This is a strategy discussion article based on today’s trade in CIBC Stock. It is 1400 words in length and will need 5 pages if printed.
This rest of this trade article is for FullyInformed Canada members.
CIBC Stock Trade Alert and Strategy – March 17 2015
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