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Jamie Dimon Slaps The Public And Smiles



May 15, 2013 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: JPM

"For lack of a better word, greed is good." Jamie Dimon has done some shady things as the head of JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM). While JPMorgan has been fined left and right with investigations galore, apparently it matters little. Remember, if you can make $5 billion and get fined $1 billion, it is still a great trade in the realm of publicly traded companies. No ethics needed in this arena. Dimon is getting the last laugh for now as JPMorgan has just crossed through the 52 week high of $51.00. The stock is trading at $51.09, +0.86 (1.71%). Three cheers for slapping the public with a very large stick...

There is talk about removing him as the board of directors chair at JPMorgan Chase. The stock hitting new 52 week highs has just locked in his tenure. Cheers!

Gareth Soloway

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On May 15, 2013 at 12:49 PM, L0RDZ (90.34) wrote:

JPM  stock  is  still  not  very  much  higher  than  where I  dumped  it  back in  2008...  funny   I'd  thought  it'd  be  much  higher ?

Man  how  smart  I  was  to dump  and  take  profits...  :)   than  dump  some  more  as  circumstances  went  from  very  bad  to  oh my  wtf ?

If  only  they  treated  white collar  criminals  with the  RICO  act...

I'd  love to see  them  get  institutionalized   and  married  to  some nasty fiends  who  haven't  seen  women  in  decades.

Like  i've  said  before  guys  with  women  names  like  J  seem  untouchable  ~   as  if  we  couldn't  train  a  monkey  to  overlook  all  the  deceit  and  bad  practices  that   ruin  the  sterling  reputation  of  scum  like  large  institutions  such as  JPM.



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#2) On May 15, 2013 at 6:46 PM, nickjob (< 20) wrote:

Jamie Dimon helped Jon Corzine hide $1.6 billion mostly of agricultural money and then tried to keep it as long as possible. Now he is under the gun from his own BOD who want him to relinquish some control of JPM. What gets me is all those who continually praise him for his so called financial wisdom. Do they think he is so good because he is such a good thief or do they just not get the fact that he is no more than a dishonest crook?

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