September 2, 2022

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JPMORGAN($NYSE:JPM): This move will likely have some effect on JPMorgan Chase’s market and earnings in the long term. However, it is difficult to say exactly how this will play out. It is possible that the move will boost earnings, as the company will no longer have to make payments on the preferred stock. On the other hand, it is also possible that the market will react negatively to the news, as it may be seen as a sign that the company is struggling financially. Only time will tell how this move will affect JPMorgan Chase in the long term.

Market Price

On Thursday, JPMORGAN CHASE & CO stock opened at $113.3 and closed at $114.5, up by 0.7% from prior closing price of 113.7.

VI Analysis

JPMorgan Chase & Co is one of the largest financial institutions in the world with a strong focus on asset management and investment banking. The company’s fundamentals reflect its long term potential, and the VI Star Chart shows that JPMorgan is strong in asset management, dividend payments, and medium in growth and profitability. The company is classified as a ‘cow’, a type of company that has the track record of paying out consistent and sustainable dividends. Dividend paying companies are deemed less risky as they pursuit growth at a sustainable rate. JPMorgan Chase & Co has a high health score of 10/10 considering its cashflows and debt, which means it is capable to safely ride out any crisis without the risk of bankruptcy.


The move will save the company approximately $250 million per year in dividends. Preferred stock is a type of investment that pays a fixed dividend and has preference over common stockholders in the event of a liquidation. However, preferred stock does not have voting rights. The move is part of JPMorgan Chase’s ongoing efforts to streamline its business and improve profitability. The company has been selling non-core businesses, such as its consumer lending business, and investing in growth areas such as digital banking. JPMorgan Chase is one of the largest banks in the United States, with over $2 trillion in assets.

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