Fidelity Investments said on Tuesday it cut the price on trades for stocks and exchange-traded funds by 38 % for retail brokerage clients.
Over the last couple decades, trading has gone from a select few traders in Chicago and New York to being accessible to nearly everyone. With accessibility comes advertising.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is convening a group of financial industry veterans for the first time next month to consider stock market reforms, but one group will be conspicuously absent: retail brokerages.
With a plethora of trading apps available today, it can be a dizzying task finding ones that do exactly what you want. In the first installment of a series on trading apps, we look at a few recommendations for stock traders.
A wrap-up of promotions and moves from around the industry
Wrap-up of promotions and moves from around the industry.
E*Trade Financial Corp., a brokerage that came under pressure from its biggest shareholder to seek buyers, said Chief Executive Officer Steven J. Freiberg has left the company and its board is looking for a new leader.
E-Trade Financial said its quarterly profit rose as an income tax benefit and lower provisions for loan losses in its legacy mortgage portfolio helped offset soft client-trading numbers.
E*Trade Financial shares respond to tough love from Hedge Fund Citadel
E*Trade said its November trading volume dropped 11% from the prior year while total delinquencies climbed 5% from October