For a long time, I didn’t know who jpm was (since he didn’t have an email address), but I figured he must be someone important. I wasn’t in the habit of reading the Wall Street Journal so I didn’t know he was the head of the investment bank that made the ‘bubble’ that caused billions of dollars in profits.
The name jpm is a bit of a mouthful and the name of the investment bank is slightly more specific. Its head is jpm, the founder. And yes, he makes money. So does the head of the investment bank that made the bubble that made billions of dollars in profits.
The idea is that it’s a bit like the stock market. You want to be in the stocks and you want to be in the big caps, but you don’t want to be in the small caps so you trade the smaller caps for the big caps. But in the meantime the small caps are making money, so you end up in the big caps.
As the theory goes, the small caps are making money at a much greater rate than the big caps, and so you end up in the big caps. jpm seems to be aware because he is buying into the small caps and selling the big caps. As long as jpm doesnt go for the big ones he can get by with relatively small amounts of capital.
jpm is aware that the biggest cap are getting richer at a much greater rate than the small caps. He is selling the big ones to make money to buy into the small caps. Which is why he is buying into the small caps. Because the small caps are making money at a much greater rate than the big caps, and he wants as many of them as possible to buy his giant, big cap, trading company.
jpm is a real player at trading in and out of the big cap market. In his most recent trades it is he who takes a big cap and buys in another. In the last quarter of 2018, jpm bought in one of the big caps, and then sold them at a huge profit. To put this in perspective, jpm made a profit of $100,000 on a single trade. He’s made the same amount of money on his last trade.
In the last quarter of 2018, jpm made a profit of $6,500 on his biggest trade. Thats an average of $7,500/trade. The largest trade for jpm was $20,000. In his most recent trades, he made a profit of $19,000. Thats an average of $16,000/trade.
If you haven’t noticed, jpm is a big believer in block trades. In fact, he’s been doing them for years. I think that is because he’s always been good at them though, and he enjoys having the added cash flow.
When trading, jpm is known to trade on an hourly basis. So if he wants to maximize his profits, he will often trade for a small profit in the early morning hours. This is because he is likely to have a better position to trade on any major day, so he will wait.
Heres an example of a trade that jpm makes. He trades a ton of bitcoins for a ton of gold. In order to maximize his profit, he trades for a small profit in the early morning hours.