JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) has pulled back over the last week as
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) has pulled back over the last week as yields have fallen sharply after the horrible jobs report. Always remember, after Dodd-Frank, banks are not able to make the same money they used to and must rely on loaning money. This means higher interest rates are very important for bank stocks. The lower interest rates go, the lower financial stocks will go.
posted Jun 13 '16 by inthemoneystocks
As noted on the chart below, JPMorgan Chase is showing weakness as it has fallen into a key trendline. As long as this trendline holds, the stock is not in freefall, however, should the stock close below this line, a breakdown will occur that will take JPMorgan Chase to $59.30, then $53.00. Watch this line carefully, it is an epic level that every investor should be following.