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After Slamming Bitcoin As A Money Laundering Tool, JPMorgan Busted For Money Laundering

Score one for the poetic irony pages. Two months after JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon lashed out at bitcoin, calling it a “fraud” which is “worse than tulip bulbs, warning it won’t end well”, will “blow up” and “someone is going to get killed” and threatened that “any trader trading bitcoin” will be “fired for being […]

“This Is Unprecedented”: JPMorgan Slams “Stunning” $8 Billion Damage Verdict Against It / by Tyler Durden / Nov 12, 2017 3:00 PM Here’s a live transmission from the Texas courtroom where JP Morgan Chase & Co’s lawyers are asking a judge to throw out one of the largest punitive judgments in legal history… …Instead, the bank’s lawyers say the $8 billion judgment should be reduced to zero. “The law and […]

First, ETFs; Now JPMorgan Incorporates A.I. Into FICC Business / by Tyler Durden / Oct 23, 2017 7:20 PM Only yesterday, we commented on the launch of the world’s first A.I.-driven ETF “EquBot LLC, in partnership with ETF Managers Group (ETFMG) launched the world’s first ETF powered by artificial intelligence, the AI Powered Equity ETF (NYSE Arca: AIEQ). According to Business Wire, the new ETF uses ‘cognitive and big […]

Thoughtful Disagreement with Ted Butler / Keith Weiner / October 5, 2017  Dear Mr. Butler, in your article of 2 October, entitled Thoughtful Disagreement, you say: “Someone will come up with the thoughtful disagreement that makes the body of my premise invalid or the price of silver will validate the premise by exploding.” I will take you up on your request. You state your case […]

The Volcker Rule & the London Whale / by By: R. Christopher Whalen via  theinstitutionalriskanalyst / August 7, 2017 “It is not down in any map; true places never are.” “Moby Dick” Herman Melville News reports that prosecutors have dropped their case against Bruno Iksil, the former JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) trader many know as the “London Whale,” comes as no surprise to readers of The IRA. Iksil, […]

Gold and Silver Shine in the Midst of Commodity Slump / BY SCHIFFGOLD / JULY 20, 2017 Banks active in commodities have been hammered so far in 2017. According to reporting in the Financial Times, income from commodity trading and related activities at Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, JPMorgan and nine other investment banks dropped 40% in Q1 2017, and the struggles have continued into the second quarter. Weakness in the energy […]

JPMorgan Pulls Ads From NBC News After Megyn Kelly’s “Repulsive” Alex Jones Interview / by Tyler Durden / Jun 12, 2017 8:22 PM While Megyn Kelly’s interview with Russian President (and all around global bad guy if one were to believe the daily barrage of leftist headlines)  Vladimir Putin did not raise the ire of advertisers, it appears her interview with right-wing provocateur Alex Jones has lurched from social media […]

Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Wary of Auto Loans, Pack Them in Bonds (The Secret of NIM) / by Anthony B Sanders • April 27, 2017 Yes, we are seeing the offloading of risk assets into structured bonds … again. (Bloomberg) – Matt Scully – Depending whose money they’re using, Wells Fargo & Co. and JPMorgan Chase & Co. either love subprime car loans or fear them. Both banks have grown more reluctant to make […]

Here Is All You Need To Know To Become A Successful Trader, From JPMorgan / by Tyler Durden / Mar 16, 2017 1:59 PM Forget the “deep dive” analysis, forget the charts, forget the DCFs, the comps, the “expert network”, the “information arbitrage” or insider trading. Forget talking to management, analysts, or employees or even having to pretend to manage money on Yahoo Finance Twitter to impress people you will never […]

Shock Poll Shows Merkel Losing Chancellorship If Elections Held Today; JPMorgan Stunned / by Tyler Durden / Feb 6, 2017 6:43 PM Overnight we reported that Germany’s default swaps spiked to the highest level since Brexit as a recent poll showed that Merkel’s lead in the polls had slid to multi-year lows ahead of Germany’s elections later in the year, provoking some concerns that a formerly unthinkable “tail risk” […]