The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which analyst John Reeves discusses topics from across the investing world.
Bank of America has been the No. 1 performer among Dow stocks for 2012. Sadly, at 0.6%, its yield is also the lowest in the Dow. That compares poorly with the Dow average of approximately 3.1%. A while back Mike Mayo, a leading bank analyst, issued a sell on Bank of America because he felt that the company's earnings power is declining. John thinks it has become so big that it's almost unmanageable. There are a lot of risks here, so investors should tread carefully.
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