|Bid||60.50 x 4500|
|Ask||60.84 x 100|
|Day's Range||57.65 - 61.80|
|52 Week Range||33.06 - 61.80|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||28.13|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Investors who manage $1 million or more in brokerage accounts have traded in the uber-bullishness with which 2018 began for the market. Stocks are likely to record no gain by the end of the second quarter, more of these wealthy, experienced investors say in a new survey. Many think stocks will end the quarter down rather than up.
E*TRADE's stock was inching higher in trading Friday after the company reported first quarter results that beat Wall Street views and posted record daily average revenue trades (DARTs) as volatility in the stock market drew out more active traders. Wall Street, according to Zacks Investment Research, had expected the brokerage to weigh in with EPS of $0.79 and revenue of $690 million. During the quarter, E*TRADE Financial Corporation ( ETFC) saw a 3% increase in net new brokerage accounts, adding 59,685, and net new brokerage assets of $5.3 billion.
TD Ameritrade reports earnings on Monday, and Zacks Investment Research says it may beat Wall Street views.
E*TRADE's (ETFC) first-quarter 2018 results reflect top-line strength, and a benefit to provision for loan losses, partially offset by higher expenses.
E-Trade Financial beat earnings estimates after the close Thursday, days after Interactive Brokers and Charles Schwab topped views.
E*TRADE reports fiscal first quarter earnings after the close of regular trading, and with volatility and interest rates on the rise, it is expected to post solid results. At least that's the view of Trefis, the platform created by a team of MIT engineers and Wall Street analysts that helps investors understand how companies' products affect share prices thinks. In a research report, Trefis said that it expects earnings per share to grow by 13% and revenue to increase more than 50% at E*TRADE Financial Corporation ( ETFC) in 2018.
E*TRADE Financial Corporation’s (NASDAQ:ETFC) announced its latest earnings update in December 2017, which suggested that the business benefited from a small tailwind, eventuating to a single-digit earnings growth of 6.70%.Read More...
Some investors worry about the uptick in volatility that has shaken up tranquil US equities markets. Not so E-Trade, the online brokerage, which reported better than expected quarterly results thanks in ...
The economic and earnings calendars on Thursday should be fairly quiet, as investors continue to focus on the Treasury yield curve, which some fear is signaling recession.
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E*Trade Financial has performed impressively over the past couple of years, with over 28% and 57% annual growth in revenue and EPS, respectively. We expect the brokerage’s 2018 revenue and EPS to grow by 13% and over 50%, respectively, and Q1 results will likely be along the same lines.
E*TRADE (ETFC) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.
Interactive Brokers reported better-than-expected earnings late Tuesday after the stock broke out into a buy zone. E-Trade Financial is still in buy range as it gears to report Thursday.
If you’re not sure what to expect this coming Monday when TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. (NASDAQ:AMTD) reports its Q1 earnings, you’re not alone. On the one hand, volatility is usually supposed to drive trading activity, and rising interest rates improve margins on cash deposits. Throw in the fact that Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE:SCHW) just topped its Q1 estimates, and the bullish argument is bolstered.
Charles Schwab reported strong Q1 results early Monday, kicking off quarterly results for online brokers. Interactive Brokers and E-Trade Financial are on tap later this week.
Stocks opened higher on Monday as investors seem to think the U.S.-led air strikes on Syria won't lead to a much larger conflict. The strikes also coincided with the real start of first quarter earnings season, which investors should use as a way to fight off the volatility that has plagued markets recently.
Volatility is good for the likes of E*TRADE, TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab and TradeStation, which see more trading in times like this.
Firstrade Securities rolled out 700 commission-free ETFs, trumping the likes of Charles Schwab, E*TRADE and TD Ameritrade.
Matthew Cheslock joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to discuss the latest market moves.