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JPM Earnings Beats Estimates for July 13

JP Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM) just reported earnings on July 13, 2018, before the market opened. Earnings Per Share (EPS) was reported at $2.29, after analysts had expected $2.22 per share. As a result, JPM opened up +0.4%, but dropped later in the day and closed down -0.5% at 106.36. Since earnings was reported, the stock has traded in a range from 105.14 to 110.77.

Price Volatility Against Expectations

Ahead of earnings, option traders were expecting a ± 2.1% move for this date, so the earnings move of -0.5%represents an undersized move against the market. JPM has only experienced 2 larger-than-expected earnings moves in the last 12 quarters.

Earnings Option Strategies

MarketChameleon's option strategy analysis shows that selling out-of-the-money puts one day after earnings and buying them back one week after earnings had 92% winning occurrences, for an average gain of +74.0%. Additionally, selling at-the-money straddles resulted in 67% winning occurrences, for an average return of +17.8%.

 


 

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