Brian Moynihan was brought in as CEO to clean up the legal issues that were troubling Bank of America . As Moynihan has methodically settled lawsuits and reduced uncertainty around the stock, the bank's share price has skyrocketed. Given the recent gains, investors may be wondering if now is the time to cash out.
In this video, Motley Fool banking analyst Matt Koppenheffer asks "Brian Moynihan" why investors should hold onto their shares for the long term.
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