Throwing Down For Wall Street's Top Spot: Goldman Sachs Vs. J.P. Morgan

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You’ve probably noticed the terrible trashing of Goldman Sachs’s (NYSE: GS) stock, which fell from $165 per share exactly a year ago to $90 per share as recently as New Year’s Eve heading into 2012.

But January 2012 was a great month for Goldman Sachs. The investment services firm enjoyed a massive turnaround during the past month as its share price has skyrocketed to $115.

Is this turnaround justified?

Let’s answer this question by comparing Goldman Sachs to its competitor, commercial banking and asset management company J.P. Morgan Chase (NYSE: JPM).

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