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Bank of America Corporation (BAC)

34.71   -0.01 (-0.03%) 01-17 16:00
Open: 34.92 Pre. Close: 34.72
High: 34.95 Low: 34.6
Volume: 47,206,236 Market Cap: 306703M
Bank of America Corporation is a bank holding and a financial holding company. The company provides financial products and services to people, companies and institutional investors.

Stock Price Prediction

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High: 35.001 - 35.178 35.178 - 35.323
Low: 34.188 - 34.377 34.377 - 34.532
Close: 34.435 - 34.729 34.729 - 34.971

Technical analysis

as of: 2020-01-17 4:34:12 PM
Overall:       
Stoxline posted a SELL today, same as yesterday. Downward movement continues.
Target: Six months: 41.72     One year: 48.73
Support: Support1: 34.46    Support2: 33.68
Resistance: Resistance1: 35.72    Resistance2: 41.72
Pivot: 35.00
Moving Average: MA(5): 34.90     MA(20): 35.04
MA(100): 31.78     MA(250): 29.98
MACD: MACD(12,26): 0.23     Signal(9): 0.36
Stochastic oscillator: %K(14,3): 26.09     %D(3): 38.39
RSI: RSI(14): 51.20
52-week: High: 35.72  Low: 26.21  Change(%): 19.3
Average Vol(K): 3-Month: 4470903  10-Days: 4727227

Price, moving averages and Bollinger Bands

Price and moving averages has closed below its Short term moving average. Short term moving average is currently above mid-term; AND above long term moving averages. From the relationship between price and moving averages; we can see that: This stock is NEUTRAL in short-term; and BULLISH in mid-long term.
BAC has closed above bottom band by 24.9%. Bollinger Bands are 55.4% narrower than normal. The narrow width of the bands suggests low volatility as compared to BAC's normal range. The bands have been in this narrow range for 10 bars. This is a sign that the market may be about to initiate a new trend.

Headline News

2020-01-18
'We fell short in Q4': WeWork only hit 73% of an internal enterprise growth target for 2019, leaked memo shows
WeWork only hit 73% of a key growth target, according to internal data obtained by Business Insider. The company is betting on enterprise customers – companies with more than 500 employees – as a more stable and profitable customer base than small businesses. WeWork added 108,000 enterprise desks last year, which was only 73% of its target. For more stories about WeWork, click here. WeWork is focused on inking deals with big companies, betting that working with Fortune 500 businesses like IBM and BlackRock will provide more stability and value than small startups and freelancers. But the embattled office company came in under target for adding desks with big businesses last year, according to data obtained by Business Insider. "While we fell short in Q4, you never gave up," one executive wrote to employees in communications reviewed by Business Insider. Because the company has not released its fourth-quarter financials to bondholders – last year's numbers came in late March – it's not yet possible to get a full accounting of WeWork's bottom line.

2020-01-18
Newly minted MDs at Morgan Stanley and Bank of America; unpacking Visa's $5.3 billion Plaid buy
Only 90-some-odd days until next bank-earnings season! The trifecta of JPMorgan, Wells Fargo , and Citi, followed by the rest of the Wall Street crowd in the days after, meant a week of early mornings for financial journalists. That's OK, though, since we also get to have some fun parsing testy exchanges on analyst calls — this is, after all, a world where "thanks for that" often means quite the opposite, and "let me try that question again" is basically the webinar version of an all-out brawl. All of that verbal wrangling is part of a quest for "color" — in non-earnings-world speak, that's anything to help decipher the rush of numbers and vague explanations banks throw at you. Luckily, our reporters are always talking to insiders to do just that. If you aren't yet a subscriber to Wall Street Insider, you can sign up here Alex Morrell explained what's behind a much-welcomed surge in bond-trading revenue across Wall Street. It sure seems like a great time to be an agency mortgage trader — insiders say JPMorgan led the pack there — but it may be a short-lived party.

Financial Analysis

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Stock Basics & Statistics

Exchange:  New York Stock Exchange
Sector:  Financial Services
Industry:  Banks - Global
Shares Out. (M) 9000.00
Shares Float (M) 8020.00
% Held by Insiders 0.09
% Held by Institutions 71.75
Shares Short (K) 101500
Shares Short P. Month (K)

Stock Financials

EPS 2.710
Book Value (p.s.) 26.960
PEG Ratio 1.77
Profit Margin 32.16
Operating Margin 39.17
Return on Assets (ttm) 1.2
Return on Equity (ttm) 10.4
Qtrly Rev. Growth -9.3
Gross Profit (p.s.) 9.854
Sales Per Share
EBITDA (p.s.)
Qtrly Earnings Growth -19.40
Operating Cash Flow (M) -11250.00
Levered Free Cash Flow (M)

Stock Valuations

P/E 12.81
P/E Growth Ratio
P/BV 1.29
P/S 3.86
P/CF -27.77

Dividends & Splits

Dividend 0.630
Dividend Yield 0.02
Dividend Pay Date 2019-12-27
Ex-Dividend Date 2019-12-05
Forward Dividend 0.720
Last Split Date
Last Split Ratio -1e+010
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