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JP Morgan Economic Analysis
(11-16-2016, 01:45 AM)Sniper Wrote: With Trump focused on the economy JPM stock is one that shouldn’t be ignored. Solely based on a valuation, the shares are trading at a P/E ratio of 12.76, which is cheaper than the S&P 500, which has a P/E ratio of 24.88.

You should probably compare JPM's P/E with it's peers, not the general market.  It looks like WFC and C both have P/E's that are lower than JPM's, and those were the first two that I checked.  Each industry generally has it's own factors to consider.
JPMorgan Guide to the Markets 1Q 2017
JP Morgan Guide to Markets for 1Q 2018
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Link not working for me?
(01-11-2018, 03:15 PM)Kerim Wrote: Link not working for me?

Doesn't work for me anymore either. Guess I should have downloaded it!
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Just takes a little searching.

Page 4 seemed to confirm to me that we are in the midst of a new secular bull market since 2009. The 'lost decade' of the 00's sure looks like a secular bear to me. See also page 16.
Page 6 of the report fascinated me and didn't exactly excite my prospects for the next few years. C'mon correction. Maybe page 30 gives us an inkling.
Page 10 reinforced my belief in sector allocation but don't forget to look at graphs of the business cycle found elsewhere as to why.

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