JPMorgan Chase's better-than-expected second-quarter earnings bode well for Bank of America.
Brexit fears raise their ugly head once again.
It's not the dividend increases that are important to these banks' shareholders.
The vote in the United Kingdom to separate from the European Union was a stupendous error, but it won't bring down America's biggest banks.
Here's what I think investors need to know about Bank of America right now.
The market may be volatile following the Independence Day break, but opportunities are abound for long-term investors.
Why have regional banks underperformed universal banks?
While the market initially underestimated the risk of Brexit, it now appears to be overreacting to the event -- particularly when it comes to the shares of these top banks.
Bank of America investors shouldn't panic, but this number may be unsettling.
With a smaller investment bank and much to gain from lower mortgage rates, Wells Fargo could end up benefiting from Brexit in the long term.