JPMorgan Chase  (JPM)  has been outperforming industry peers as the stock set its all-time intraday high of $94.51 on July 6. The biggest of the four "too big to fail" money center bank reported better-than-expected earnings before the opening bell on Friday, but the initial positive reaction stalled shy of the high. This put a cloud above the stock at the opening bell. Here's how to trade it!

The stock opened lower on Friday and traded as low as $90.58, just as CEO Jamie Dimon cussed-out Congress for its gridlock that has stalled initiatives to make the economy stronger again.

When you look at the nation's nine largest banks, we know that only Citibank (C)  and J.P. Morgan set new highs as July began. The other 7 set their post-election highs as March began. This sets up a potential double-top for J.P. Morgan as its March 1 high was $93.98.

J.P. Morgan is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and closed Friday at $92.25. The stock is up 6.9% year to date and is in bull market territory, up 33.2% above its post-election low of $69.24.

The Weekly Chart for J.P. Morgan

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The weekly chart for J.P. Morgan has been positive since the week of June 9, and the stock remains above its five-week modified moving average (in red) at $89.24. The 200-week simple moving average or "reversion to the mean" (in green) is $65.51.

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