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J.P. Morgan Upgrades Nordnet SAVE to ‘Neutral’: Opportunity for Long-Term Growth or Overvalued Investment?

BySamantha Jones

May 22, 2024
JPM raises Nordnet to ‘neutral’ rating, highlighting its technological edge – TradingView News

J.P. Morgan recently upgraded Swedish investment firm Nordnet SAVE from “underweight” to “neutral”, citing the company’s potential to increase its market share in the long term due to its technological advantage over top competitor Avanza AZA. The brokerage firm highlighted Nordnet’s ability to launch new products and implement new functionalities, especially its ongoing transition to cloud technology.

According to J.P. Morgan, Nordnet’s increased marketing spend could potentially attract more customers at the expense of Avanza, which still needs to upgrade its technology and make the transition to the cloud. However, the brokerage firm also pointed out that Nordnet’s current valuation is seen as “very generous” and may be based on volatile net interest income and brokerage revenues, possibly leading to underperformance in the near future.

Among the 11 analysts covering Nordnet, four rate the stock as “strong buy” or “buy”, three as “hold”, and four as “strong sell” or “sell”. This mixed sentiment reflects the uncertainty surrounding Nordnet’s future performance in the market. Despite this uncertainty, however, J.P. Morgan believes that Nordnet has a technological advantage over Avanza that could help it increase its market share in the long term.

By Samantha Jones

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