Is a Win for Jamie Dimon a Loss for Shareholders?

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The following video is from Wednesday's MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill and analysts Matt Koppenheffer and Matt Argersinger discuss the top business and investing stories of the day.

JPMorgan  Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon will continue to hold on to both positions after shareholders rejected a proposal to split the roles. Dimon threatened to quit if the positions were split. What does the news mean for shareholders? Should the CEO and chairman roles be split? What should investors conclude from Warren Buffett's success as chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway ? In this installment of MarketFoolery, our analysts tackle those questions and talk about Bernanke's comments.

With big finance firms still trading at deep discounts to their historic norms, investors everywhere are wondering if this is the new normal, or if finance stocks are a screaming buy today. The answer depends on the company, so to help figure out whether JPMorgan is a buy today, check out The Motley Fool's premium research report on the company. Click here now for instant access!

The relevant video segment can be found between 6:22 and 11:32.

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