After looking at what Wall Street expects out of each stock on the Dow Jones Industrial Average, analyst Austin Smith believes Wall Street's being far too conservative about JPMorgan Chase. While the average analyst estimate for JPMorgan is for outperformance, it's a more modestly rated than other Dow stocks. If you look at the historic norm for JPMorgan's price-to-tangible-book-value, the company continues to be remarkably cheap.
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