🚀 JPM's Q124 13F Track: VOO, IVV, CRM, XOM, CVX &TXN See Most Share Adding

$JPMorgan Chase(JPM)$ submitted its 13F filings for the last quarter, reporting a portfolio comprising 6349 holdings. The firm's assets under management (AUM) stand at $1.12T billion, reflecting a positive return of 15.07% for Q1 2024.

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For investors seeking insight into market movements, the top 8 shifts in share positions for Q1 2024 at $JPMorgan Chase(JPM)$ are as follows:

  1. $Vanguard S&P 500 ETF(VOO)$ +95.78%

  2. $iShares Core S&P 500 ETF(IVV)$ +60.7%

  3. $Salesforce.com(CRM)$ +41.29%

  4. $Exxon Mobil(XOM)$ +30.08%

  5. $Financial Select Sector SPDR Fund(XLF)$ +18.83%

  6. $JPMorgan BetaBuilders Europe ETF(BBEU)$ +18.65%

  7. $Chevron(CVX)$ +18%

  8. $Texas Instruments(TXN)$ 17.11%


[Cool]These highlighted adjustments in $JPMorgan Chase(JPM)$ 's portfolio underscore the bank's strategic investments and the sectors that are capturing significant growth potential in the current market landscape.[Miser]

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