BK stocks are trading 35% off their peak prices and are now emerged on long-term investors’ radar screens. BNY Mellon is a multinational banking investment company that offers asset management services and investment services in 35 countries. It is also the largest custodian in the world with $43 trillion under custody and more than $1.9 trillion under management. A large number of clients and a vast amount of assets allow BK to  maintain low commissions that are attractive to clients.

The current dividend yield is at 3.8%, the largest figure in a decade. This mean that if share prices decline even more, it may make investments in the company more attractive to investors. Wall Street analysts expect BK shares to rise to $49. That would mean a 30% of profit, including dividends.