Bank of America Corp (BAC)

39.85
0.00(0.00%)
  • Volume:
    115
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    38.56 - 38.56

BAC Overview

Prev. Close
39.85
Day's Range
38.56 - 38.56
Revenue
0
Open
38.56
52 wk Range
18.56 - 40.01
EPS
0
Volume
115
Market Cap
329.5B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A (N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
928
P/E Ratio
N/A
Beta
0
1-Year Change
82.05%
Shares Outstanding
0
Next Earnings Date
Jul 14, 2021
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Bank of America Corp Company Profile

Bank of America Corp Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
213000

Bank of America Corporation is a bank holding company and a financial holding company. The Company is a financial institution, serving individual consumers and others with a range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. The Company, through its banking and various non-bank subsidiaries, throughout the United States and in international markets, provides a range of banking and non-bank financial services and products through four business segments: Consumer Banking, which comprises Deposits and Consumer Lending; Global Wealth & Investment Management, which consists of two primary businesses: Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management and U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management; Global Banking, which provides a range of lending-related products and services; Global Markets, which offers sales and trading services, and All Other, which consists of equity investments, residual expense allocations and other.

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  • Hope yall took my COF short call seriously. Paid in spades today. Yeehaw! Bank shorts are EZ money.
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    • Follow COF up until earnings. Today was a gift for shorters with the fake gap up pump we saw in all of the banks. COF should be a great short, possibly from 136–>130. Earnings will be reported on 4/27. Look for a nice selloff before or at earnings. JPM reported weaker consumer banking so with COF’s overweighted approach to consumers should be easy money.
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      • buy at dip
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        • Yall like that short call 3 days ago. Yall like that short call yesterday telling you to short the close. JP Lynn was sassy and even called me out. Lol. Dont hate the trader. Hate the game. Lol.
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          • Buy and sell at 40. thank me later
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            • Anyone could explain why the price is falling today almost 2.50% despite the excellent earnings results? Thank you.
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              • I don't know too. total loss now 😭😭😭
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              • Manipulation, that's all! Big hands sell so they can buy cheaper... simple as that!
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            • is the best...
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              • of course I don't expect Banks to make less money when people are suffering. greed is a part of their DNA.
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                • Who is suffering? Tge government is not making anyone pay rent. They are also giving out free $ a lump sum payment, not yo mention additional payments on top of regular unemployment. Savings accounts are higher than they have been in decades. Famly debt is lower than it has been years. No one want to work because if all the free $... Give me a break. Some businesses are suffering, all in all people in the US are not suffering. Finally the banks have had to cut expenses and think of creative ways to make money whilst you make statements Grred is in their DNA. The hard working people of BAC have had to endure 80-100 weeks to push loans out to business.. think before you write next time!
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                • Typos b.c. Of fat fingers. Sorry
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              • Of course, I don't expect these blood sucking banksters to make less money when people are suffering!
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                • Short COF, currently at $136. JPM cited weak consumer demand. COF is heavily consumer focused. I would also short the close of BAC today. BAC is like a miniature of JPM. Usually falls in shadow of JPM with slightly weaker numbers across the board. JPM still down 1% on the day.
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                  • Hope yall shorted from $40. Easiest money to be made shorting banks. These bankster CEOs have enough of everyones money anyway. Even as a peasant, it feels good to strike at the feet of the oligarchs. 📉
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                    • good thing you are not a short trader today
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                    • JP Lynnto be fair, it was above $40 on 4/12 and dipped below 39 after that so short traders would have made good money on that call. Shorting 1000 shares would have netted $1000 profit in less than 2 days time. Certainly some traders short 2500 at a time so charts cannot lie. It was a PHENOMENAL call. Banks generally follow same pattern every earnings season so I cant take too much credit. I just follow the market as a full time job. 😉
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                  • If I were a short trader, I would short the runup before earnings. JPM reports Wednesday. I would short the close of BAC tomorrow, if it is above $40. Inflation data, CPI, tomorrow may start some selling in the market tomorrow. Banks are bloated and overdue for selling. Easy 4-5% short in my opinion. Trade at your own risk.
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                    • Split 15/04?
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                      • Splitting this would create more manipulation. Hopefully let it run to $60 before a 2 for 1 split. WFC traded in that neighborhood for a while. JPM much higher.
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                    • Turkish company owners give prostitutes free of charge to those who buy Formt shares :)
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                      • sell
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                        • Hey
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                          • ស្រីកា
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                            • I know one thing.. if we get another day like today this is going to break out and move higher for sure
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                              • 39.1 sell
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                                • ស្រីកា
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                              • I need to get more data back 2 years
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                                • hello
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                              • Thanks a lot
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                                • Jay West what will happen onMonday?
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                                  • Hamid... that's comical asking some kid in a forum what's going to happen on Monday in the stock market... it's no wonder that 80% of the people in the stock market lose all their money
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                                  • Hamid: calling last weeks selloff to 37 in BAC was easy considering the context. Hedge funds often overplay news to push prices down or up temporarily. That great call was based on the SLR imposed by the Fed on banks. Previous good calls I made about when to short at the open were based on overhyped bond yield trends. So, to be fair, I have made good calls, but to call the Monday market action on a friday night is merely luck. So many dynamic variables that are changing over the weekend. One must follow precious metals, crude oil, dollar value, bond yields, and news of course to have any idea of the direction of the market or specific tickers. I put in a lot of time to my portfolio. I am not a coin flipper. With all that said, the narrative in the market now is bond yields(including SLR forcing banks to buy), corporate tax hikes in the pipeline, new infrastructure bill, lockdowns in EU ( specifically Germany). The curve ball was the last 15 minute pump in the S&P on friday.
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                                  • One could argue the pump seems to show a blo/woff top. Others may see it as a way to eat up the bear positions from those shorting the indices. Everyone knows the market is heavily manipulated. It is a matter of being on the right side more than the wrong side. Short term weekly or daily price movements are much harder to call than the longer term. Fact of the matter is, the stock market goes up over time. As long as this stays intact, everyone should be fine. Traders often overtrade and lose money. Timing market is extremely hard. Better to create spreads as I mentioned below to take advantage of bullish trends and give yourself a downside hedge. Trying to daytrade will lose 90% of the time. Most people better of buying an S&P index fund(SWPPX) with majority of portfolio and holding forever, and playing with options on a very small level to learn their dynamics before jumping in too soon. Options can make or break you quickly. Any questions about options or anything, I’m here to help.
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                                • I have a few calls at 41 dls for tomorrow. you know this baby might go up tomorrow right?
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                                  • That kid thought he was out smarting everybody yesterday when he got weak hands and sold his whole portfolio when the market was down a little which nobody should do at one time.. It's a shame he didn't wait 24 hours longer for he would have had more money today and much more money going into earnings... some people just know it all
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                                    • my charting set up and technical analysis is directed at buying deep in the money options four or five weeks out on high-flying tech stocks over $50 a share... I have a setup thats magical how it shows you entries and many times lead you right into the third wave of the Elliott wave structure.. and if you know anything about Elliott wave that's almost always the longest wave where the money is made.... I'll check in next week
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                                    • Kevin Coi have been doing something very similar. Buying deep in the money options, usually about 3-6 months out, and immediately selling calls against them anywhere from a week to a month out with a delta of .36. The short call that I sell serves as a hedge. However I make my decisions by following stocks and their ranges for quite some time and buying on dips that seem to be anomalies. No charts or technical analysis, rather observation. But I must say that I am very interested and excited to learn from you. Is it possible that I can give you my number to call or vice versa? I hope that you are serious. I understand our conversation started out with busting bal/lz, but I can assure you that I am a humble person ready to engage and learn from you. I also like to help people all the time. I have a vast and deep understanding of the market and options. Most people dont. Always ready to learn more also has a ton of experience and knowledge that exceeds mine. I appreciate you in advance.
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                                    • Kevin Coside note: I would never sell my portfolio all at once, but I was getting burned out. Putting a good 50 hours in a week. My account has been a rocket ship the last 4 months. I needed to dock it and take a mental break. Had a lot of small tech being smashed. And it is still below where I sold it, so no regrets yet. But I understand and agree with the buy and hold strategy. Also like to create monthly spreads and cash out when in velvet handcuffs. Extremely looking forward to learning from you. Reading up on elliott waves right now 😎
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                                  • Has anyone met in the media that bonds will be expensive 2%+ .. 2.8%+ at a rate of 0.25 until 2023 and at an inflation rate of ~ 1.5%? Do investors want to play a super game now? if bonds are expensive, then bonds, if not, will they shoot gold?
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