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JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) (JPM)
91.13 -6.99 (-7.12%) 03-27 16:02
Open: 93.19 Pre. Close: 98.12
High: 94.84 Low: 90.55
Volume: 30,041,458 Market Cap: 280132M
JPMorgan Chase & Co is a financial services firm and a banking institution. It is engaged in investment banking, commercial banking, treasury and securities services, asset management, retail financial services, and credit card businesses.
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Price Prediction (Update @5:00pm)
If tomorrow: Open lower Open higher
High: 94.894 - 95.379 95.379 - 95.75
Low: 89.448 - 89.945 89.945 - 90.326
Close: 90.346 - 91.177 91.177 - 91.813
Stock Technical Analysis
Target: Six months: 130.46
One year: 155.58
Support: Support1: 76.91
Support2: 63.99
Resistance: Resistance1: 111.70
Resistance2: 133.20
Pivot: 91.02
Moving Averages: MA(5): 89.69
MA(20): 97.28
MA(100): 126.80
MA(250): 118.55
MACD: MACD(12,26): -9.23
Signal(12,26,9): -10.45
%K %D: %K(14,3): 51.17
%D(3): 38.87
RSI: RSI(14): 42.28
52-Week: High: 141.1
Low: 76.91
Change(%): -12.9
Average Vol(K): 3-Month: 1959833
10-Days: 3404486
Price, MAs and Bollinger Bands
Price and moving averages has closed above its Short term moving average. Short term moving average is currently below mid-term; AND below long term moving averages. From the relationship between price and moving averages; we can see that: This stock is NEUTRAL in short-term; and BEARISH in mid-long term.

JPM has closed below upper band by 49.6%. Bollinger Bands are 80.4% wider than normal. The large width of the bands suggest high volatility as compared to JPM's normal range. The bands have been in this wide range for 23 bars. This is a sign that the current trend might continue.
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Financial Analysis
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Stock Basics & Statistics
Exchange:  New York Stock Exchange
Sector:  Financial Services
Industry:  Banks - Global
Shares Out. (M) 3080.00
Shares Float (M) 2990.00
% Held by Insiders 0.86
% Held by Institutions 76.23
Shares Short (K) 24740
Shares Short Prior Month (K) 24750
Stock Financials
EPS 10.720
Book Value (p.s.) 76.000
PEG Ratio 2.30
Profit Margin 33.11
Operating Margin 40.70
Return on Assets (ttm) 1.4
Return on Equity (ttm) 14.1
Qtrly Rev. Growth 10.3
Gross Profit (p.s.) 35.727
Sales Per Share 35.727
EBITDA (p.s.)
Qtrly Earnings Growth 20.60
Operating Cash Flow (M) 6050.00
Levered Free Cash Flow (M)
Stock Valuation
P/E 8.50
P/E Growth Ratio -0.07
P/BV 1.20
P/CF 46.39
Dividend Yield 0.04
Dividends & Splits
Dividend 3.400
Dividend Pay Date 2020-04-29
Ex-Dividend Date 2020-04-02
Forward Dividend 3.600
Last Split Date
Last Split Ratio 1.5

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