The board of JPMorgan (JPM) "strongly endorses the continued role of Jamie Dimon as both...

The board of JPMorgan (JPM) "strongly endorses the continued role of Jamie Dimon as both Chairman and CEO." Dimon's salary, bonus, and stock option awards totalled $18.7M last year, down from $23.1M in 2011.

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  • nafar
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    Yes i think he deserves recognition. Investors somehow has little confidence in him perhaps. This is reflected in lowest P/E multiple and highest dividend yield among the largest top banks. First quarterly 2013 figures would be a turning point of share price of JPM for sure. I am confidant they must have purchased 3 billion worth of shares and i expect very safely then EPS of US$ 1.50. (excluding DVA gains or losses).


    A 26.66% jump in dividend payout and enhancing likely yearly net income from US 24 bn to US$ 27 bn per year in years to come. This means they would be touching US$ 24 bn net income in this year or maybe next year.


    Only one economic criteria - addition in jobs means a lot. We all are witnessing continuous addition of jobs month after month inspite of some jobs being lost abroad. Increase in total income means increase in GDP. Our economy has 3 great opportunities - our devlopment works carried out decades back needs repairs, fast exploration of natural gas and oil saying good bye to imports and lastly the engine of growth - the housing market.
    23 Mar 2013, 09:03 AM Reply Like
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