Bank of America Cuts Back Share Positions of These Stocks in Q3

Wall St. Watchdog reveals information regarding significant reduction in shares for Bank of America Corp.’s holdings on the quarter ending September 30th, 2011. The firm is bearish on these stocks:

  • State Bank Financial (STBZ): On 06/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 335,720 shares. On 09/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 1 shares. The net reduction in shares for this position is 335,719.
  • Primo Water Corporation (NASDAQ:PRMW): On 06/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 40,763 shares. On 09/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 1 shares. The net reduction in shares for this position is 40,762. About Company: Primo Water Corp. provides purified bottled water and water dispensers. The Company provides water dispensers, bottles and a service to exchange empty bottles at major retailers.
  • Revett Minerals Inc (RVM): On 06/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 65,030 shares. On 09/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 1 shares. The net reduction in shares for this position is 65,029.
  • Demandtec Inc. (NASDAQ:DMAN): On 06/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 24,804 shares. On 09/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 1 shares. The net reduction in shares for this position is 24,803. About Company: DemandTec, Inc. provides consumer demand management (CDM) software. The Company’s software captures and analyzes recent retailer and market-level data to provide a scientific understanding of consumer behavior.
  • Vale Cap Ltd 6.75% Guaranteed N (NYSE:CJT): On 06/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 201,350 shares. On 09/30/2011, Bank of America Corp. reported holding 20 shares. The net reduction in shares for this position is 201,330.

(Note: Data regarding Bank of America Corp.’s stock holdings are sourced from whalewisdom.com. All data are assumed to be accurate.)

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