NEW YORK ( CNBC) -- Though he has been telling investors to buy bank stocks with all their might, analyst Dick Bove says this summer could require a strong stomach for those who followed the advice. In his most recent missive on the state of financial shares, the widely followed vice president of equity research at Rochdale Securities cautioned of a "long, hot summer" in which "the fundamentals of the banks would be quite good but the market will not be." The advice runs somewhat counter to his admonitions that investors ignore the bad publicity surrounding banks and instead buy the companies "hand over fist."
By Jeff Cox, CNBC.com Senior Writer
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