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Subject: Poll: Is Bank of America a Buy? Date: 8/7/2009 2:14 PM
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Bank of America stock has surged nearly sevenfold since its March lows. Are the shares getting ahead of themselves, or are they still worth buying?
Yes, I think shares are undervalued.
Yes, but I'm not sure why. I just know shares are going up, and that makes me feel good.
Shares seem fairly valued at these levels.
No. There's still plenty of pain ahead that isn't reflected in today's share price.
I don't know. Banks are so tricky that guessing isn't worth my time.

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