3 Reasons Bank of America Is So Cheap

Today, Motley Fool analyst Austin Smith and fool.com contributor John Maxfield discuss the three reasons Bank of America is so cheap today. John sees three big pressures on the stock price, including:

  • Interst-rate risk.
  • Regulatory and legal overhang.
  • Credit risk.

While all three of these risks are very real and are certainly acting as an overhang on the comapny's stock price, John and Austin are still very bullish on the company long-term.

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