Are banks really that confusing? Today, Fool.com finance analysts Matt Koppenheffer and Anand Chokkavelu answer that question.
Though Matt and Anand are specifically focused on the finance sector, they have opposing views on the topic. Matt thinks banks have a bad reputation as a Gordian knot of complexity that investors can't understand, though really most of the unknowns come from management. Anand thinks that as financial institutions get bigger, they become significant more complicated.
See more in the following video.
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