The Shocking Fact About Bank of America's Credit Cards

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Bank of America's credit card business took a big hit after the financial crisis - but now, that unit is firing on all cylinders. In this segment of The Motley Fool's financials-focused show, Where the Money Is, banking analyst David Hanson is joined by Fool contributor Patrick Morris to play a round of "Stock Quiz and challenge each other's knowledge regarding Bank of America, eBay's marketplace business, and US Bancorp's love for its shareholders.

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