Deutsche Bank’s stock is a contrarian’s dream investment

For a moment recently it felt like déjà vu all over again, to steal a line from Yogi Berra.

Fears circulated about a major bank failure that would create systemic risk and sink the economy of an entire region.

It sounded a lot like 2008-2009. Except the region was Europe and the bank was Deutsche Bank AG DB, -0.30% not the U.S. and Lehman Brothers.

This kind of flashback can send shivers down your spine. But depending on how you behaved during the crisis eight years ago, this flashback might also bring up some great memories.

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