Bank of America Corp: The Most Important Goal

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Bank of America's long-term goal for its return on tangible equity is 14%. However, to due to recent issues with its capital and dividend plan, the bank may fall short of its 2016 goal. 

By retaining more capital on its balance sheet, Bank of America will have to boost earnings even more to reach that goal. In the following video, Motley Fool banking analysts David Hanson and Matt Koppenheffer discuss Bank of America's goals, which banks have a good history of deploying capital at opportune times, and why B of A gets unfairly tagged as a "bad bank."

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