Bank of America (BAC) - All you need to know

Use this hub to get to know Bank of America, one of the world’s biggest bank stocks. This beginner's guide helps you learn what the company is all about and how you can gain exposure to it.
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Updated: Sep 13, 2022
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Ways to invest in Bank of America

The simplest way to start on the stock market is to sign up with an online stock broker. A broker is a platform that lets you buy and sell stocks, requiring just a few minutes to sign up and fund your account before you can dive in and start.

That’s only one way to invest in Bank of America shares, though. Other ways to get exposure to its stock include mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that hold shares in Bank of America. The links below take you to individual pages which explain multiple choices you have.

What is Bank of America?

Bank of America is one of the world’s largest financial services companies, doing business in both commercial banking and investment banking. The company employs more than 200,000 people and reports tens of billions in revenue every year.

If you’re a beginner who wants to learn more before investing in Bank of America, start with our Stock Markets 101 course. It explains everything you need to know about the market and how it works.

How to invest in Bank of America

You have lots of different options. Which one is best for you depends on your goals and your level of experience, plus how much time you want to dedicate to managing your own portfolio. Below we’ve listed the most popular methods, and if you want to learn more, follow the links to our guides on each subject.

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