It’s easy to see if one broker’s commission is cheaper than another’s. Before now, however, it was hard to know which brokers were saving you the most money through good trade execution—for example, by getting you a stock price that’s better than the quote you saw when you pressed the “Place Order” button. For such “price improvement,” discount brokers squeeze Wall Street market makers to give up some of the bid-ask spread to benefit the brokers’ retail customers. New numbers released recently by the industry indicate that a retail trader can get the best pricing from Fidelity’s discount brokerage unit.
- Capital Cube•yesterday
Click here to see latest analysis*Disclaimer : This is as of previous day’s closeETF’s with exposure to The Charles Schwab Corp.Here are 5 ETF’s with the largest exposure to SCHW-US. Comparing the performance and risk of The Charles Schwab Corp. with the ETF’s that have exposure to it gives us some ETF choices that could […] (Read more...) The post ETF’s with exposure to The Charles Schwab Corp. : July 22, 2016 appeared first on CapitalCube.
The Charles Schwab CorporationNYSE
After hours: 28.180.00 (0.00%) as of 5:26 PM EDT
|Bid||28.11 x 400|
|Ask||28.21 x 100|
|52wk Range||21.51 - 35.72|
|Day's Range||27.86 - 28.20|
|Avg Vol (3m)||9,970,447|
As of 4:02 PM EDT. Market closed.