Wells Fargo is making a superior value proposition thanks to its earnings record throughout the financial crisis, the fact that it managed to avoid the mortgage settlement mess in the financial sector, and because Warren Buffett endorses the bank as a core investment holding.
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Bank of America's notoriously bloated expense base leaves little revenue to pass to shareholders.
As two banks go head-to-head in San Francisco, Bank of America is crushing hometown bank Wells Fargo.
With Bank of America calling Project New BAC a success, it must now focus on its next problem: revenue.
Looking to the future as third-quarter results roll in, which of these megabank stocks has the better dividend potential?
Bank of America's settlement drama has overly influenced the bank's share price development in 2014, but with its troubles now in the rear-view mirror and its underlying credit quality improving, Bank of America has a lot of potential.
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Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan becomes chairman of the board.