Afraid to Invest in Bank of America?

Bank of America Bullish Case (NYSE:BAC)

 Are you afraid to invest in Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC)?  Well, you are not the only one.  Wouldn’t you prefer to invest with a margin of safety?  Aren't you tired of buying a stock only to have it drop the very next day?  Consider selling a stock option via your online broker to create substantial margin of safety on the stock you buy.  The best part is that you get your desired return up front instead of “hoping” for the stock to go up to get your return.  Read on to learn how you can make this happen.

The Bullish Case for Bank of America

Bank of America Bullish Case (NYSE:BAC)

Trying to find a reason to buy Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) shares, sure they happen to finish in the daily top 10 of most active stocks traded on the NYSE typically moving 550 million shares but why should you risk buying the stock?  How about a source such as the New York Times to turn your head, curious yet?

Stocks Fall Monday with Citi and BofA Leading in Volume

Stocks Fall - Bear Market

Just another manic Monday but many of us saw this coming, leading the selling today are Citigroup Inc (NYSE:C) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) with 370 and 138 million shares already traded as of 11:40 EST AM respectively, get ready for the dip.

Bank of America - Opportunity to Profit

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Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) continues to dominate the financial news world, and the stock price has been increasing.  You may be interested in picking up a few shares, but are concerned about a quick drop in price.  Well here is a strategy you can employ to make some money and give yourself some good protection in case the stock does drop.

BofA Shares Trading down on Heavy Volume, the Citi Impact

BofA

Over 1.89 million Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) shares have passed hands this morning sending BAC down 4% despite Citigroup (NYSE:C) raising their target price to $20 this morning.  Once again Citi and BofA are hoping on big volume.

BofA Management Shake Up

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Dick Bove Likes Big Banks With Wall Street Exposure

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Deals Of Merrill Lynch And Bank Of America

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Credit Card Delinquencies Rise 11 Percent

Credit Cards

Delinquencies on Credit Cards backed by Banks jumped in the first quarter from a year ago as strapped borrowers used their tax refunds to meet daily expenses instead of paying down their credit card balances.

Bank of America back above $11 a Share

Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)

Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) was upgraded Monday by Goldman Sachs analyst Richard Ramsden, upgraded it to buy and set a price target of $15.

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