What Jamie Dimon's Signature Says About His Personality

With the new JPM annual shareholder letter out, we get a fresh look at Jamie Dimon’s John Hancock.

Jamie Dimon

Photo: JPMorgan

So what does this say about his personality?

Last May, we asked Certified Master Graphologist, Paula Sassi (a signature specialist) what his signature meant.

She said:

“The artistic form of his capital “J” creates a protective cover that allows him to go within himself and formulate his own ideas and plans. The triangular form of this letter indicates that he can debate a point although the soft angles reveal that he is willing to respect the opposing view.

The clear forms used in his signature show that he can be discreet in his communications and sharp in his mental process while also displaying enthusiasm for his ideas as evidenced by the right tending i-dot.”

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