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!
it makes me a bit nervous. That's the current situation we have with our Bear of the Day, E-Trade Financial (NASDAQ: ETFC ). Baby Steps We've all seen the commercials with the hilarious talking baby. This cute little guy Complete Story »
It's not the first time Charlie Gasparino has floated this report, but E*Trade ( ETFC +4.7% ) and Schwab ( SCHW +1.5% ) have their tails in the air as the Fox News reporter says Goldman Sachs ( GS +0.6
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 firm (Allscripts
E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: ETFC ) Q2 2014 Earnings Conference Call July 23, 2014 5:00 p.m. ET Executives Paul Idzik - CEO Matthew Audette - CFO Analysts
E*TRADE Financial (NASDAQ: ETFC ): Q2 EPS of $0.24 beats by $0.01 . Revenue of $438M (-0.4% Y/Y) beats by $7M . Press Release Post your comment!
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By Zachary Scheidt : Editor's note: Originally published on July 1, 2014 U.S. equities are moving steadily higher. We all know that… It seems like every single day, you see a headline on the front of The Wall Street Journal , or hear some commentator on CNBC telling us that the market just hit a ...
By Ashleigh Rogers : For better or for worse, concerns over new regulations on high-frequency trading are probably overdone, and investors in TD Ameritrade (NYSE: AMTD ) can take solace in that fact. While Ameritrade and many of its fellow online brokerage peers have been affected by the torrent of