JPMorgan Chase CEO, Jamie Dimon, is a key figure in the response to the banking crisis caused by Silicon Valley Bank’s collapse. In his annual shareholder letter, Dimon states that while the crisis is still not over, it’s nowhere near as bad as the 2008 financial crisis when the market was at its worst. JPMorgan helps to kick off earnings season with their April 14 report which will provide insights into the financial health of the company. Investors should keep a close eye on the news and prepare themselves for the upcoming reports. Additionally, maintain a good knowledge of the financial market, the banking sector, and the companies’ individual performance in order to better understand the implications of their reports. With this in mind, investors are sure to have a good start to their trading day.