JPMorgan Chase: Be Patient While Others Are Greedy


  • JPMorgan didn’t surprise us as management outlined its “mild recession” outlook in its Q4 earnings card.
  • We highlighted in our previous article that CEO Jamie Dimon’s downcast messaging in the media was not in line with his strategists’ commentary.
  • Investors need to temper their expectations of the NII tailwinds as we could be near the end of the Fed’s rate hikes.
  • Buying sentiments have improved, but investors need to position their exposure appropriately for a Fed resolved to meet its price stability goal.
JP Morgan Chase and Co


JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon didn’t surprise us as his team communicated that the coming downturn in the US would likely be a “mild recession” at its recent Q4 earnings release.

We updated investors in our previous article

JPMorgan NII change % and NIR change %

JPMorgan NII change % and NIR change % (Company filings)

JPM price chart (weekly)

JPM price chart (weekly) (TradingView)

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