Are big banks the way to go… Sort of a loaded question don’t you think? Large banks usually have a large number of customers thereby (one would assume) standing a better chance of keeping their head above water in this mess of an economy that we’re in. On the other hand, smaller banks give personal attention to matters and treat you more like a person and less like a number. Do they however have a big enough following to keep their heads above water?
What’s Going On In Your Area
Who do you bank with? If you are involved in big business banking Colorado style, can you be assured that your bank is doing everything in its power to not only do right by their customers but are they making the right kind of investments that they need to make in order to keep their profits further into the green than the red? Do financial institutions consider the little guy? Investing in large companies seems like a sure thing. That’s what most of the big business banks do. But is this the wave of the future, or just a wave upon which to stay afloat? In 2009 over 25 banks closed their doors. Nevada closed a bank that had formerly had assets in excess of $271,000,000. In December of 2010 the United States had seen almost 150 financial institutions close their doors.
Smaller Banks Investing In Smaller Companies
Some smaller private banks are investing in companies (such as trucking fleets) that the larger banks, for whatever reason, don’t like to deal with. The up side to this is that the smaller banks are realizing a profit percentage thanks to these investments. Of course attention must be paid before investing in any company. Is it safe to put your money into a smaller bank or a larger bank? Where is your money more secure? A staggering fact, that I at first did not believe, is that more money is being kept in private stashes (such as a mattress) in private homes that is being kept in banks these days. I don’t even know what to think about that. And seriously I didn’t believe it when I first heard it, as I just said. Lo and behold… it’s true. Sad, but true nonetheless.
After taking a look at the numbers of banks that now have “out of business” signs on their doors; maybe the people stashing that money aren’t so far off.