AMTD - TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
49.06
-0.21 (-0.43%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

49.06 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 5:00PM EDT

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Previous Close49.27
Open48.98
Bid49.05 x 1300
Ask49.07 x 800
Day's Range48.53 - 49.19
52 Week Range42.14 - 57.88
Volume1,118,314
Avg. Volume2,461,422
Market Cap26.911B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.89
PE Ratio (TTM)13.05
EPS (TTM)3.76
Earnings DateOct 21, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield1.20 (2.44%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-08-05
1y Target Est54.73
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  • Traders Show Jitters Heading Into Weekend
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    Traders Show Jitters Heading Into Weekend

    Trade war hints sparked selling by nervous traders, but the financial sector held onto its upward trend.

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    The Top U.S. Regulated Stock Brokers (AMTD, IBKR)

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  • Vanguard vs. TD Ameritrade 2019
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    Vanguard vs. TD Ameritrade 2019

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  • 13 Super-Safe Dividend Stocks to Buy Now
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    13 Super-Safe Dividend Stocks to Buy Now

    The stock market's major indices are at or near all-time highs, and as stocks go up, dividend yields go down. As a result, many of the best dividend stocks to buy right now sport relatively modest yields.That's OK. Because your focus also should be on dividend safety and payout growth that will enhance your yield over time.Not every stock has been caught up in 2019's surge to new peaks. GameStop (GME), CenturyLink (CTL), Vodafone (VOD), Pitney Bowes (PBI), L Brands (LB), Deutsche Bank (DB) - all of these well-known companies have either cut or outright suspended their dividends this year. Those moves were a blow to all existing shareholders, but especially those who were relying on the income from these sometimes generous dividend payers to tackle regular expenses in retirement.How do you ensure the dividend stocks you're invested in won't do the same? One way is to monitor the DIVCON system from exchange-traded fund provider Reality Shares. DIVCON's methodology uses a five-tier rating to provide a snapshot of companies' dividend health, where DIVCON 5 indicates the highest probability for a dividend increase, and DIVCON 1 the highest probability for a dividend cut. And within each of these ratings is a composite score determined by cash flow, earnings, stock buybacks and other factors.These are 13 of the safest dividend stocks to buy right now. Each stock has not only achieved a DIVCON 5 score, but a composite score within the top 15 of all stocks that DIVCON has evaluated. This makes them the crème de la crème of dividend safety - and more likely to keep the dividend increases coming going forward. SEE ALSO: 25 Stocks Every Retiree Should Own

  • Financial Times

    Alexa, don't tell me my bank balance

    The small print of the Google Home announcement, however, reveals that the latest move is not quite so ambitious as the first. Vijay Sankaran, chief information officer at TD Ameritrade, says the slimmed down capabilities of Google Home were partly down to the firm's experience of how clients used Alexa, Apple Business Chat and Facebook Messenger.

  • Strategic Value Investing: Diversification
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  • Barrons.com

    Analysts’ views on Netflix, Chipotle, TD Ameritrade, and Varian Medical

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  • Benzinga

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  • How Much is TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation's (NASDAQ:AMTD) CEO Getting Paid?
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    How Much is TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation's (NASDAQ:AMTD) CEO Getting Paid?

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  • Benzinga

    August IMX Reveals Investors Remain Bullish On Blue-Chips, Bearish On China

    Although the broad market saw a notable upswing of volatility over the course of August, the tumult didn’t seem to register on TD Ameritrade’s monthly Investor Movement Index (IMX), which remained mostly ...

  • Benzinga

    Investor Movement Index Summary: August 2019

    For the second month in a row, TD Ameritrade clients' exposure to equity markets remained mostly unchanged. During the August period, the IMX increased to 4.62, up 0.02 or 0.4%, from the previous period. During the August period, TD Ameritrade clients were net buyers overall, and net buyers of equities for the first time in three months.

  • TD Ameritrade Institutional Expands Award-Winning Model Market Center™ With More Investment Portfolios From More Model Providers
    Business Wire

    TD Ameritrade Institutional Expands Award-Winning Model Market Center™ With More Investment Portfolios From More Model Providers

    The Industry’s First Model Portfolio Marketplace Now Offers 328 Strategies From 35 Investment Managers

  • Barrons.com

    3 Financial-Infrastructure Stocks to Consider

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  • TD Ameritrade Investor Movement Index: IMX Remains Low During Volatile Month for Stocks
    Business Wire

    TD Ameritrade Investor Movement Index: IMX Remains Low During Volatile Month for Stocks

    Retail investors toe-dip into equities and bought fixed income during August’s spikes in volatility

  • Barrons.com

    Here Comes Voice-Powered Portfolio Access

    TD Ameritrade, E-Trade now let retail investors access account information via Google Assistant. Tools for advisors are on the way.

  • Barrons.com

    Peter Mallouk: Recession Means Opportunity

    Creative Planning’s CEO talks raising capital, managing rapid growth, and why that partnership with Tony Robbins was worth it.

  • Benzinga

    TD Ameritrade Rolls Out New Hands-Free Google Assistant Integration

    TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: AMTD) today announced the launch of voice-controlled account information retrieval capabilities on Google Assistant and Android devices from Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL). The new voice integration is compatible with Google Home speakers and smart displays as well as Android-enabled smartphones, smartwatches and Android Auto.

  • Business Wire

    TD Ameritrade Expands Voice-Enabled Services with the Google Assistant

    Now, with its rollout on the Google Assistant, the firm is further empowering investors to manage their investments using a voice-controlled device. The launch will allow clients using any device with the Google Assistant built-in, including smart speakers like the Google Home, Smart Displays, smartphones, Android Auto, watches, and more to access their accounts more easily than ever, both at home and on the go. Starting today, once authenticated, TD Ameritrade clients can simply ask their Assistant by saying “Hey Google, check my TD Ameritrade portfolio” to gain insight into their current holdings, hands-free.

  • TD’s Margins Squeezed as Earnings Miss Analysts’ Estimates
    Bloomberg

    TD’s Margins Squeezed as Earnings Miss Analysts’ Estimates

    (Bloomberg) -- Toronto-Dominion Bank’s margins are starting to shrink.Toronto-Dominion -- the Canadian bank known for fat net interest margins, the difference between what a bank charges for loans and pays for deposits -- saw them narrow on both sides of the border in the fiscal third quarter, with a decline of 11 basis points from the previous three months at its U.S. retail division and a 3 basis point drop at its domestic personal and commercial bank.“Interest rates in the U.S. have been declining, and so we see a little bit of a decline due to the interest rate environment,” Chief Financial Officer Riaz Ahmed said Thursday in a phone interview. There are “also some effects of our balance sheet mix as we continue to originate deposits and the reinvestment opportunities are at lower returns.”While Canada’s second-largest lender typically benefits from the widest domestic net interest margins among its peers, the advantage may be dissipating. Margins in the Canadian personal-and-commercial division dropped to 2.84%, while its U.S. margin shrunk to 3.27%, the lowest since the second quarter of 2018.Still, Toronto-Dominion Bank posted record profit in the quarter ended July 31, with new benchmarks in both its Canadian and U.S. retail operations, though earnings missed analysts’ expectations. Overall net income rose 4.6% to C$3.25 billion, or C$1.74 a share, and adjusted earnings of C$1.79 a share were less than the C$1.80 average estimate of 13 analysts in a Bloomberg survey.“Overall, the results came in slightly below expectations despite a strong trading quarter that reminds us of the volatility of this line for this bank,” CIBC Capital Markets analyst Robert Sedran said in a note. “The strain from the lower interest rate environment was evident as it was for other banks this quarter.”Shares of Toronto-Dominion rose 0.4% to C$72.31 at 9:35 a.m. in Toronto. The stock has increased 6.5% this year, outperforming the 4.9% gain for the eight-company S&P/TSX Commercial Banks Index.‘Better Performance’If interest rates continue to decline, “it’s terrific for the economy and the consumers, so we could see much better performance on volumes as well as credit, but it would obviously have a downward bias on margins,” Ahmed said.The latest earnings report showed that Toronto-Dominion is getting spending under control after three quarters in which expense growth outstripped revenue gains. That trend ended in the third quarter, with non-interest expenses rising 4.7% from a year earlier, less than the 6.1% increase in revenue, which reached a record C$10.5 billion.Also in the report:Toronto-Dominion may have more bank branches in the U.S. than Canada, but the lender’s domestic business generates more profit. Canadian banking posted a 2.2% increase in earnings, to C$1.42 billion. Profit at the U.S. retail division, which includes contributions from online brokerage TD Ameritrade, rose 13% to C$1.29 billion.The bank’s TD Securities unit had been a disappointment this year, with a net loss in the first quarter and a 17% earnings decline in the second quarter, making it the worst-performing Toronto-Dominion division. The capital-markets unit rebounded in the third quarter, with earnings rising 9.4% as trading revenue surged. Trading-related income jumped to C$500 million, up 82% from a year earlier, led by interest rate and credit trading.(Updates with shares in seventh paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Doug Alexander in Toronto at dalexander3@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Michael J. Moore at mmoore55@bloomberg.net, ;David Scanlan at dscanlan@bloomberg.net, Daniel Taub, Steve DicksonFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Heads of St. Louis’ 4 top financial firms talk capitalism and consolidation
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  • TD Ameritrade (AMTD) Down 17.2% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Rebound?
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  • Benzinga

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  • AMTD vs. ETFC: Which Brokerage Stock is Better Positioned?
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    AMTD vs. ETFC: Which Brokerage Stock is Better Positioned?

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  • Why TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation (NASDAQ:AMTD) Could Have A Place In Your Portfolio
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  • Parents spent more this summer than during the holidays: Study
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    Parents spent more this summer than during the holidays: Study

    A new study from TD Ameritrade found that 57% of parents with kids under 18 say that this summer cost them more than the holiday season. Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts, Sibile Marcellus, and Scott Gamm discuss with Dara Luber of TD Ameritrade.