lower than a year ago. DARTs fell 6% from July. Source: Press Release Previously: Trading activity growth ends - for now - at E * Trade Previously: Trading activity flattens out at Ameritrade; fee-based balances rise Post your comment!
and 1% from a year ago. Net added brokerage accounts of 13,377 brings the total to 3.1M. Source: Press Release Previously: Trading activity flattens out at Ameritrade; fee-based balances rise ETFC flat premarket Post your comment!
wrote, "I have accounts at both Schwab and Fidelity and have asked both, repeatedly, to add a feature I liked very much at E * Trade . Being dependent upon investment income, it would be enormously helpful to many investors to have a 'Projected Annual Income
(Official correction. Fixes incorrect figures on small investor ownership of stocks after update by E * Trade , paragraph 10)
SPDR S&P 500 ETF (0.00%); Proctor & Gamble (0.00%); Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (0.00%); E * TRADE Financial Corporation (0.00%); Virtu Financial (0.00%). Standard deviation is a measure of the dispersion of
E * Trade ( ETFC +1.1% ) earned $441M over the last ..... should fall to $0. FDIC expenses cost E * Trade $93M last year and that's expected ..... corporate debt. Alongside the presentation, E * Trade today showed August DARTs of 146,165
thus giving AMTD to room for buybacks and dividends. As with Schwab, the company has substantial leverage to higher interest rates. As opposed to its two competitors, E * Trade ( ETFC +0.1% ) rates just a Hold. Post your comment!
and 9.1% Y/Y. Net new accounts of 10,848 not materially different than June or a year ago. Total customer assets of $277.2M down 1.3% from June, up 18.4% Y/Y. Source: Press Release ETFC flat premarket Post your comment!
FDN's index's expansive definition of "Internet" allows it to include financial-services companies such as E * TRADE Financial ETFC and TD Ameritrade AMTD, a health-care information solutions provider that is classified as a health-care
Jones. The more I read about investing, the more I believe that I have been throwing away money to EJ to handle my investments, and that I could be paying much less by handling myself, or going to E - Trade /Charles Schwab etc. Thoughts?