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BANK OF AMERICA CORP /DE/ Profile
The Bank of America Corporation can be traced back to the late 1800s with the Bank of Italy in San Francisco. In 1928, Armadeo Giannini’s Bank of Italy would be merged with the Bank of America to create one of the largest banks in the country. The newly merged bank would continue to expand in California for the next three decades, adding new technologies such as BankAmericard that allowed credit cards to be directly connected to bank accounts. By the 1960s, Bank of America would expand its operations, gaining an international presence. During that time, it also focused on becoming a “department store of finance,” marking a period of great innovations as the bank strove to make its range of products and services as wide as possible. In 1968, the BankAmerica Corporation was created as a holding company. By that decade the company had already created the largest bank in the world. However, as the 1980s came, many of its loans went bad and its stocks plummeted. It would not be until the end of the decade that the bank would restructure its operations and become profitable again. When Bank of America did recover, it went heavily expanded its operations, opening new branches in various states and merging with Security Pacific Corp. in 1992, amongst other companies. In 1998, the bank would merge with NationsBank to become the Bank of America it is now known as. Today the company has over $2 trillion in total assets, offering an extremely diverse array of products and services under the many subsidiaries it acts under with divisions such as Consumer & Business Banking, Global Banking, Global Markets, and Legacy Assets and Servicing, amongst others. It now has branches in all 50 of the states with many other centers worldwide, creating a network that utilizes over 5000 banking centers and online and mobile platforms to serve its clients.
BANK OF AMERICA CORP /DE/ has disclosed 7803 total holdings in their latest 13F filing with the SEC for the portfolio date of 2021-06-30. The current portfolio value is calculated to be $959.35 Bil. The turnover rate is 4%.
In BANK OF AMERICA CORP /DE/'s current portfolio as of 2021-06-30, the top 5 holdings are not including call and put options. BANK OF AMERICA CORP /DE/ did not buy any new stocks in the current portfolio.
Please visit the "Current Portfolio" tab to see the current and past 13F holdings for BANK OF AMERICA CORP /DE/, as well as holding map, valuations for each stock, which positions are undervalued, have low PE Ratios, are considered high quality and recently traded at 52-week lows, etc.
Please visit the "Stock Picks" tab to see the latest guru trades and stock picks for BANK OF AMERICA CORP /DE/, which include data from 13F quarterly reports, 13D/G beneficial ownership reports and form 4 insider ownership change reports.
Please visit the "Summary" page to see the top 10 holdings, recent stock picks, performance, sector / industry breakdown details, as well as past holding history summary for BANK OF AMERICA CORP /DE/.
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