JPMorgan: Q1 Earnings Will Signal Whether Bank’s Best Growth Period Is Over
Wall Street’s powerhouse commercial and investment bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM), has much at stake when it reports its first-quarter earnings today, April 12, 2019. Investors are keenly watching if the earnings miss in the final quarter of 2018 was a blip, or the beginning of a trend.
Driven by strong loan growth and robust business in the lender’s flagship investment banking division, the last 12 months proved a great year for JPMorgan.
Five experts break down the bank stocks to watch during earnings season
The nation’s biggest banks, like JPMorgan and Wells Fargo, are set to report starting Friday. Here are five analysts on the bank stocks to watch heading into earnings season.
As Apple’s stock rides high, 7 reasons investors should worry
Apple seems to be doing well: it’s once again the most valuable U.S. company, with a stock-market value of around $945 billion and its shares trading around $200.
But if you dig a little deeper into Apple’s business, as I have, you will find plenty of reasons to worry. Below are seven red flags that suggest to me that Apple AAPL, -0.83% may, for the first time in over a decade, become a risky investment in the coming 12 to 24 months.
Technical Analysis: How to Draw Trend Lines
Basic technical analysis still works. Learn how drawing simple trend lines can keep you in tune with institutional order flow.