|Bid||43.00 x 1000|
|Ask||43.01 x 1100|
|Day's Range||42.85 - 43.99|
|52 Week Range||42.85 - 59.42|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.40|
|Earnings Date||Oct 21, 2019 - Oct 25, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.20 (2.74%)|
|1y Target Est||55.13|
The heads of St. Louis’ four largest financial firms say their biggest challenges are finding the next generation of advisers and convincing the next generation of clients that capitalism is a proven force for good.
TD Ameritrade (AMTD) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
In the quest for a “home run” investing or trading strategy, there sometimes can be value in playing “small ball.” That’s one early-innings takeaway from CME Group’s (CME) new Micro E-mini equity index futures, which have posted robust trading volume since the contracts were launched in early May. In July 2019—its third month of trading—volume in the four Micro E-mini futures, based on the S&P 500, Nasdaq-100, Russell 2000 and Dow Jones Industrial indexes, averaged 483,323 contracts a day, according to CME data. Micro E-mini S&P 500 futures led the way, with 207,426 contracts changing hands each day, on average, followed closely by the Micro Nasdaq-100, at 198,298 contracts a day.
TD Ameritrade (AMTD) and E*TRADE (ETFC) are good options with similar business trends, but deeper research into their financials will help decide which investment option is better.
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CEOs of consumer-facing brands have been careful to align their companies in partisan Trump era politics. Here are some of the business leaders who have thrown dollars behind the President.
Sweep accounts are meant to be a convenient place to keep and manage your cash at your broker. But yields are low and heading lower—because these accounts are more about convenience for your broker.
on a series of consumer goods imported from China — including laptops and cell phones — until December, in a bid to ease fears about the trade war’s impact on markets and the economy. The value of the goods that would see delayed tariffs is about $156bn, based on full-year 2018 figures, according to an FT analysis.
Both TD Ameritrade (AMTD) and Schwab (SCHW) are well poised for growth on the back of strong fundamentals. Yet, TD Ameritrade holds an edge over Schwab on the basis of several factors.
TD Ameritrade (AMTD) appears to be a promising bet, riding on robust fundamentals and long-term growth opportunities. However, elevated expenses are a concern.
Three in four people admit to making at least one financial mistake, according to a survey of more than 1,000 adults conducted by Harris Poll on behalf of TD Ameritrade. But what people consider to be a major money mistakes differs by age. When asked what they considered a major money mistake, the No. 1 answer for millennials was not socking money away in an emergency fund (41% considered that a major mistake). Meanwhile, the No. 1 answer for both boomers and members of Generation X was not investing in a 401(k), with 56% of Gen Xers and 65% of boomers listing this as a major mistake.
In the spring of her senior year of high school, Malavika Vivek had four choices: Caltech, UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, or solutions architect at software company Avasoft. Vivek had been working for the company part-time while at a magnet engineering-focused high school in Edison, N.J. When she was offered a full-time position, she couldn’t pass up the opportunity. At 19 years old, Vivek belongs to Generation Z. And while her experience isn’t yet common, Gen Z is becoming more open to doing college differently or not going at all, according to a new study by TD Ameritrade.
Student debt is on the rise, and instead of incurring that debt at a young age some people are putting off college.
As the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average surpassed the 3,000 mark and 27,000 mark, respectively, TD Ameritrade’s Investor Movement Index barely budged. The IMX, a monthly review of investor behavior ...
As college expenses continue to rise1 and student debt is reaching record highs,2 a new survey conducted by The Harris Poll for TD Ameritrade reveals that the modern college experience is undergoing major shifts for both young Americans and their parents. Student debt is becoming more prevalent, as nine in 10 (94%) young millennials incurred some debt through their college education – up 36% from when it was measured in a 2017 survey conducted for TD Ameritrade, with the average student debt tripling from $10,205 to $31,370.
The Investor Movement Index, or the IMX, is a proprietary, behavior-based index created by TD Ameritrade designed to indicate the sentiment of retail investors. Exposure to equity markets was relatively unchanged in TD Ameritrade client accounts during the July IMX period. The IMX decreased by 0.01, or 0.22%, to 4.60.
According to a new survey conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of TD Ameritrade, Americans would rather discuss politics, health issues and religion over money and personal finances while more than a third (37%) wish they could discuss their finances more freely. “In many American households, money isn’t something you talk about,” said Wende Rhodes, vice president of Branches at TD Ameritrade. A third of Americans (34%) feel that it’s not polite to discuss finances in social settings, and the fear of being perceived as a failure is the number one reason millennials don’t openly discuss the topic.
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New FA Insight benchmarking research from TD Ameritrade Institutional1 finds the leadership of registered investment advisor firms (RIAs) is getting younger – passing the torch from the Baby Boomer to Gen X – and investing to sustain their firms’ strong performance well into the future. With a median age of 49 years – three years younger than in 2015 -- six out of 10 firms have at least one owner who expects to stay at the helm for at least another 12 years, according to The 2019 FA Insight Study of Advisory Firms: People and Pay. “As the next generation of RIA leaders comes to the forefront, they’re investing in their firms with a long time horizon,” said Vanessa Oligino, Director of Business Performance Solutions at TD Ameritrade Institutional.
(Bloomberg) -- Blockchain.com, which has created more than 40 million digital-asset wallets, is moving into the trading side of cryptocurrencies with a new exchange.The Pit, a London-based marketplace, will offer Bitcoin, Ether, Bitcoin Cash, Tether, Litecoin and Paxos. Customers can deposit funds immediately, with trading beginning soon. The idea came from the the boom-and-bust cycle of 2017 and 2018, when exchange performance was spotty at best, Blockchain.com Chief Executive Officer Peter Smith said in an interview.“After that cycle we stepped back and said, ‘What do we need to do differently next time?’ That’s when you start reinvesting,” Smith said. “We wanted to build a Wall Street or a Chicago-level matching engine,” he said, referring to software that pairs buyers and sellers.Exchanges for the $248 billion cryptocurrency market have a woeful record of hacks, thefts, fraud and mismanagement stretching to 2014 when 850,000 Bitcoins were stolen from Mt. Gox, the largest Bitcoin site at the time. Services to keep digital coins safe, known as custody, have been slow to develop.The Pit will execute orders in under 50 microseconds, compared with 200 to 500 milliseconds at most crypto exchanges, Smith said. He declined to identify any banks working with Blockchain.com, saying only that lenders will allow customers to deposit U.S. dollars, euros and British pounds on to the exchange.New Crypto Exchanges Don’t Want (to Hold) Your Money: QuickTakeThe exchange’s servers will reside in the Equinix LD4 facility in London, allowing connections to most of the world’s largest banks and investors.To help build the market, Blockchain.com brought in Nicole Sherrod as head of trading products. She spent more than 20 years in online brokerages and helped build the Think or Swim trading system at TD Ameritrade Holding Corp.“I thought I was retired,” Sherrod said in an interview. Then, looking at the crypto marketplace, “I realized there was a tremendous opportunity to do work there.”Sherrod said she watched as order books dried up and market-makers stepped away during the intensely volatile markets of 2017 when “reliability was a big issue, and then liquidity.” Since then, there hasn’t been much news about digital exchanges improving their systems and robustness, she said.Blockchain.com claims that 25% of all Bitcoin transactions originate with one of its wallets. The company will encourage users to keep their digital coins in their wallets rather than on the exchange, Smith said.“The promise of crypto is direct bearer assets” that form “the basis of a self-sovereign economy,” Smith said. The exchange is “an investment in the future of the crypto market.”To contact the reporter on this story: Matthew Leising in Los Angeles at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Michael J. Moore at email@example.com, Dan Reichl, David ScheerFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Investors could soon be trading stocks while behind the wheel. TD Ameritrade is rolling out voice-activated technology that allows users to check their portfolios and listen to real-time quotes while driving.
It’s official: (SCHW) is buying the brokerage and managed accounts business of USAA, for $1.8 billion in cash. The companies have also agreed to a referral arrangement making Schwab the exclusive wealth management and brokerage provider for USAA’s 13 million members. The deal, expected to close in 2020, brings Schwab more than 1 million accounts and some $90 billion in client assets.
The TD Ameritrade Network1 today announced a new program to its lineup of streaming financial news and education content. “Weekend Trader” will air each Friday afternoon from 5:00 to 5:30 p.m. EST and stay accessible to traders throughout the weekend via on-demand video and TD Ameritrade Network social channels. The 30-minute segment covers essential market news from the past week and what investors can expect for the week ahead.
Linkedin reached out to its members to hear how their companies responded to their pregnancy. It found out that J&J, Expedia, Twitter, Oracle, Salesforce, and IBM were among some of the companies to support expecting mothers. Caroline Fairchild, Managing News Editor, LinkedIn joins Yahoo Finance to discuss.