Bank of America (BAC)
$33.28 0.04 (0.12%)
8:03 EST BAC Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $33.24
Market Cap 337.44B
PE Ratio 19.24
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 19,052
Day's Range 33.24 - 33.24
52-Week Range 26.21 - 35.72
Dividend & Yield 0.51 (1.53%)
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As a result of the new virus, many well-known and widely-held large-cap stocks are beginning to roll over.
Bank of America stock has an attractive fundamental bull case. But with rates low and the economy solid, it's hard to see what can change investors' minds about BAC this year.
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To be sure, Bank of America's Q4 numbers weren't dreadful. For the December quarter BAC earned 74 cents a share on revenue of $22.5 billion, beating analysts estimates calling for earnings of 68 cents a share on revenue of $22.35 billion. For 2019, the bank earned $2.75 per share on revenue of $96.39 billion, up from $2.61 on turnover of $91.2 billion in 2018.
Earnings season has begun, and the big banks are hitting us with their numbers. After what we’ve seen, we want to recommend a bullish put write on Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC).
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Bank of America (BAC) earnings for the financial institution's fourth quarter of the year have BAC stock down on Wednesday.
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A number of bank stocks are set to kick things off this week, providing a view into the health of the economy.
Analysts are bearish on Bank of America stock. Investors should avoid BAC stock at this point, as its premium doesn't appear to be justified.
Bank of America stock offers upside potential but you’re probably not going to get rich with this investment.
While Buffett is unlikely to increase his stake beyond the approximately 948 million BAC shares Berkshire owns, it did send a signal to investors that Bank of America stock is a buy. Over the next three months, investors piled in.
As goes the economy, so go bank stocks, and this simple truth is exactly why Bank of America stock will rally in 2020.
Two weeks ago, we recommended you sell a put write on Bank of America (NYSE:BAC).
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