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April 13, 2010

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Phil Toledo

Love your content - keep it up Wall Street Law Blog!

Gennifer C. Spanule

Dear Wall Street Law Blog: Big fan of your posts. At least you people show some outside the box analysis. Somehow I missed this post when you published it. Great stuff - Jamie Dimon as Obe Wan Canobe? Is jimmy cayne Darth Vader?
Hugs and kisses -
Genn Genn by Big Ben
London, England

Colin Thompson

Excellent article.

As an actuary, I am not sure Mr. Dimon's goal is attainable. I can reserve for reasonable problems I can forsee. I don't see how you can create a fortress.

If everyone shows up at Chase to withdraw their money, what would he do?

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