JPMorgan's Executive Shake Up


The executive ranks at JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) were ruffled as the departure of co-CEO Bill Winters was announced and Jes Staley was assigned as replacement.  Additionally co-CEO Steve Black

Going Long JetBlue on a Questionable Downgrade

JetBlue Airways Corp. (NASDAQ:JBLU)

J.P. Morgan (NYSE:JPM) went to bat for the airline industry today with stellar reviews on UAL Corporation (NASDAQ:UAUA) up 18% and US Airways Group, Inc. (NYSE:LCC) up 13% but downgraded cult favorite JetBlue (NASDAQ:JBLU) -- come on?

Obama's Top 10 Stocks (Large & Mid Size Companies)

President Elect Barack Obama

Wondering what President Obama selects for investing in equities?  CNNMoney asked that same question and did some research back in May 2009, despite the article being a few months old, the companies still hold up quite well and are worth reviewing.

Banks Hurting: Is This the End of Free Checking?


Free checking is going the way of the free lunch. Once a common benefit at most commercial banks, free checking is becoming more of a hassle than a perk. Getting your checking fees waived increasingly requires meeting so many conditions and wading through so much fine print that, for many customers, it’s hardly worth the trouble.

JPMorgan Chase's Money from Madoff


It has been reported that JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) may have generated close to $500M in profits from the business account Bernie Madoff held at the financial institution. 

Sources indicate that JPMorgan Chase served as the bank for Madoff Securities

MBIA Inc. a Breakout Candidate?


Up on over 3X average daily volume today is MBIA Inc. (NYSE:MBI), posting a 19% gain (currently) to trade at over $6.60/share.  What looks good about this stock is the high volume for the month of August and price increasing as it approaches it the $7 resistance level set back in early June this year.  Seems like with all the volume, this stock is a good breakout candidate if it

JPMorgan Auction Not as Transparent as It Seems

JP Morgan

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) Since the downfall of Lehman Brothers, many of the biggest Wall Street banks have moved in lock step with one another, as if to assume there is safety in numbers. Everyone took the bailout money at the same time (not that they had much choice), and now

JP Morgan (JPM) Google (GOOG) earnings Review with Market Analysis

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Dick Bove Likes Big Banks With Wall Street Exposure

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Credit Card Delinquencies Rise 11 Percent

Credit Cards

Delinquencies on Credit Cards backed by Banks jumped in the first quarter from a year ago as strapped borrowers used their tax refunds to meet daily expenses instead of paying down their credit card balances.

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