A sign outside of a JPMorgan Chase branch. Image credit: The Motley Fool.
There are a number of specific details that investors in JPMorgan Chase should know about its stock. The slideshow below covers a handful of them, walking readers through a broad but brief analysis of the nation's biggest bank from a shareholder's perspective.
The slideshow shows, among other things, that JPMorgan Chase rewards investors in multiple ways:
- Its shares yield 2.6%, outpacing the S&P 500's dividend yield of 2.1%.
- It has bought back $6 billion worth of its own stock over the past 12 months, translating into a 1.6% decrease in the bank's outstanding share count.
- And its shares have outperformed the S&P 500 over the past decade by 10 percentage points.
To learn more about JPMorgan Chase, scroll through the slideshow below, which is designed to serve as an owner's manual for the company's shareholders.
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