Is it possible to criticize a company at the same time that you own its stock? I believe it is, and Bank of America provides a prime example.
When banks get creative with loan terms to assist borrowers who don't qualify for traditional mortgages, price sensitivity goes out the window.
Banking is a unique business. To gain market share, all a good bank has to do is avoid failure. But as the CEO of Bank of America recently reminded us, there’s one more critical element to this story.
Over the past few quarters, rising interest rates have been the dominant story in the banking world. This chart shows exactly why.
Are the parts of Bank of America worth more than the whole?
Why Warren Buffett loves financial stocks like Bank of America, and why you should, too.
While Bank of America has been on an impressive run over the past two years, there's nevertheless reasons for concern.
If you buy bank stocks, you could do a whole lot worse than New York Community Bancorp.
How can Bank of America and PNC benefit from higher interest rates?
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