In a very numbers-driven industry many investors can miss one of the critical aspects of investing in big banks: that bank's story. In the following video, Matt Koppenheffer looks at Bank of America as an example. The company certainly has a checkered past and burned a lot of investors in the financial crisis, but with new leadership at the helm, it may be time to change the default narrative.
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