ETFC - イ―・トレ―ド・ファイナンシャル (E*TRADE Financial Corporation) イ―・トレ―ド・ファイナンシャル

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symbol ETFC
会社名 E*TRADE Financial Corp. (イ―・トレ―ド・ファイナンシャル)
分野(sector) Finance   金融
産業(industry) Savings Institutions  
業種 投資銀行_証券サ―ビス   金融(Financials)
概要 事業概要 イー・トレード ファイナンシャル(E*TRADE Financial Corporation)は金融サービス会社である。同社は主に「E*TRADE Financial」ブランドの下で、個人小口投資者向けにオンライン仲買及び関連製品・サービスを提供する。同社は電話と電子メールで業界ライセンスの顧客サービス担当者のネットワーク、財務コンサルタント、デジタルプラットフォームとを通じて投資者向けのバンキングサービスを提供する。同社の仲介事業はトレーディング、投資、法人向けサービス、三つの商品エリアから構成される。トレーディング商品は自動取引注文の配置および実行サービスを提供する。同社の投資商品は長期的な投資ニーズに対応する。法人向けサービスはストックプラン管理サービスを上場企業、民間企業へ提供する。   イ―・トレ―ド・ファイナンシャルは米国のオンライン金融業者。個人投資家向けにオンライン「etrade.com」での証券仲介と関連サ―ビスを提供する。また、振替口座と貯蓄商品を中心としたインタ―ネット銀行業務、資産運用商品を展開する。企業顧客向けに従業員ストックオプション管理ソフトウエアとサ―ビスを提供する。   E*TRADE Financial Corp. engages in the provision of investment and online stock brokerage services. It offers digital platforms and support to individual investors through phone, email, and online via two national financial centers, and in-person at regional financial centers. The company was founded by William A. Porter Jr. and Bernard A. Newcomb in 1982 and is headquartered in Arlington, VA.
本社所在地 11 Times Square 32nd Floor New York NY 10036 USA
代表者氏名 Rodger A. Lawson ロジャー・A・ローソン
代表者役職名 Executive Chairman of the Board 取締役会長
電話番号 +1 646-521-4340
設立年月日 1982年
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear ―年
従業員数 3600人
url www.etrade.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/etfc
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 1535
終値(lastsale) 52.84
時価総額(marketcap) 13721228056.8
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 13804.32
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 2755
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 58672.32
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) 807.00000
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 June 2018 E*TRADE Financial Corp revenues increased 26% to $1.48B. Net income applicable to common stockholders increased 49% to $485M. Revenues reflect Net Interest Margin Total -% increase of 12% to 3% Interest income increase of 33% to $957M Fees and service charges increase of 17% to $215M. Net income benefited from Restructuring and acquisition-related ac decrease of 75% to $2M (expense).

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   Citigroup Shutters Retail Options Market-Making After Losing War Against HFTs  2020/09/23 22:20:00 Zero Hedge
Citigroup Shutters Retail Options Market-Making After Losing War Against HFTs Tyler Durden Wed, 09/23/2020 - 18:20 Anyone following market dynamics in recent months would have been left with the impression that whereas other securities may have had a rather somnolent third quarter, option market makers would be printing cash hand over fist, thanks mostly to the recent boom in retail call option buying, which as shown in the chart below, has seen nearly a doubling in option trading volumes in the past few months and hitting a record 18.4 million in August. But while that may be true for Citadel, Wolverine, Susquehanna, Simplex and Optiver and various other HFT-hybrids which dominate retail option trading as their generous payments for Robinhood orderflow demonstrate… ... it is not the case for Citigroup, which as the FT reports overnight , has shuttered its market making business in retail options "in a move that underscores how the boom in zero-commission trading has squeezed the profitability of the industry’s middlemen" despite the unprecedented surge in option trading.
   Financial services advertisers are emphasizing online banking during the pandemic  2020/09/14 20:07:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Despite this year's decline in total ad spending in the US, the financial services industry will increase its digital ad outlays. The pandemic has prompted many consumers to reassess their personal finances and change how they bank, leading the industry to continue spending on digital ads. We expect digital ad spending in the US financial services industry will increase 9.7% in 2020, to reach $19.62 billion. Consumer banks have closed a significant number of branches, temporarily or even permanently, because of the pandemic. Without a physical location to visit, many consumers have shifted to online banking. According to an April 2020 William Mills Agency survey conducted by The Harris Poll, 73% of US adults said they were more likely to use digital banking and digital payments during the coronavirus pandemic. In response to the online banking surge, banks and other financial services providers are focusing on improving the customer experience of their digital properties.
   'Bond King' Jeffrey Gundlach says the day-trading boom is 'downright terrifying'  2020/09/09 09:39:46 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The so-called "bond king" Jeffrey Gundlach said in a webcast Tuesday retail investor activity is "downright terrifying." While stimulus has helped many survive the pandemic, it has provided other amateur investors capital to invest in stock markets. Online trading platform Robinhood has added more than 3 million accounts in 2020. Day-traders have piled into several worthless stocks such as Hertz and JCPenney despite the risks. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Hedge fund billionaire Jeffrey Gundlach is sounding the alarm on a "downright terrifying" boom in day-trading and retail investor activity. The so-called "bond king" and founder of DoubleLine Capital, was quoted by CNBC in a webcast Tuesday as saying: "of course, retail investor activity is downright terrifying." He said an increase in trades-per-account on online brokerage platforms was worrying. "We just see how much trading is going on in retail," Gundlach said. Online platform Robinhood has taken the day-trading frenzy by storm, having booked 4.31 million daily average revenues trades in June alone, more than double the first quarter, a company spokesperson told Business Insider.
   Connecting The Dots: How SoftBank Made Billions Using The Biggest "Gamma Squeeze" In History  2020/09/06 17:35:05 Zero Hedge
Connecting The Dots: How SoftBank Made Billions Using The Biggest "Gamma Squeeze" In History Tyler Durden Sun, 09/06/2020 - 13:35 It was back in July when we first reported that Goldman had observed a "historic inversion" in the stcok market: for the first time ever, the average daily value of options traded has exceeded shares for the first time, with July single stock options volumes tracking 114% of shares volumes. This followed a May report in which we discussed "how retail investors took over the stock market", pointing out the "recent surge in options trading - which has far more impact on market flows due to embedded leverage" and cited Goldman data which showed that " individual investor active trading is playing an increased role in market volatility, particularly in select stocks. In the shares market, 2.3% of all volume is made up of trades for $2,000 or less. The increase in small trades has been even more notable in the options market, where 13% of all trades are for 1 contract ." We also pointed out that "a significant portion of this increase has been driven by higher volumes in short dated contracts , as investors are literally using massive leverage to wager on near-term momentum moves such as those often highlighted OTM calls traded in Tesla stock." The last clue that an entire generation of investors were flooding into options - read calls - was the surge in individual investor option activity in both the top 50 and the top 500 US names, which has continued a steady climb since the start of the year (with a larger recent increase in the proportion of volume among the top 50.) To be sure, this option frenzy was a goldmine for retail brokerages such as Robinhood, Schwab and Etrade, which reported options trading activity surging 129% YTD (up 35% from June levels), which helped explain why various HFT outfits are paying so much to frontrun Robinhood option trades.
   Millennial Traders Are Making Risky Bets — Here's Why  2020/09/03 14:12:14 Benzinga
Ease of access to the stock market has led many new and young traders to capitalize on volatility and slashed fees , as risky assets and trading activities have seen volumes spike. That's the big takeaway from a recent E-Trade study , which found that more than half of investors younger than 34 (51%) say their risk tolerance has increased since the coronavirus outbreak. That's 23 percentage points higher than the total population. The Findings Over one in three investors (34%) said they're moving out of cash and into new positions — 15 percentage points higher than the total population. Over half of investors (51%) under the age of 34 said they are trading equities and 46% said they’re trading derivatives more frequently, compared to 30% and 22% of the total population, respectively. 9% of young investors said their investment portfolios have recovered since the beginning of the pandemic 50% think a recovery will happen in the next six months, compared to 33% of the total population Personal health (58%) and investment portfolio (53%) concerns remain the top worries for young investors To gain some perspective on how this increase in risky trades is impacting the markets, both positively and negatively, Benzinga spoke with DayTraderPro founder Guy Gentile.
   Citigroup Shutters Retail Options Market-Making After Losing War Against HFTs  2020/09/23 22:20:00 Zero Hedge
Citigroup Shutters Retail Options Market-Making After Losing War Against HFTs Tyler Durden Wed, 09/23/2020 - 18:20 Anyone following market dynamics in recent months would have been left with the impression that whereas other securities may have had a rather somnolent third quarter, option market makers would be printing cash hand over fist, thanks mostly to the recent boom in retail call option buying, which as shown in the chart below, has seen nearly a doubling in option trading volumes in the past few months and hitting a record 18.4 million in August. But while that may be true for Citadel, Wolverine, Susquehanna, Simplex and Optiver and various other HFT-hybrids which dominate retail option trading as their generous payments for Robinhood orderflow demonstrate… ... it is not the case for Citigroup, which as the FT reports overnight , has shuttered its market making business in retail options "in a move that underscores how the boom in zero-commission trading has squeezed the profitability of the industry’s middlemen" despite the unprecedented surge in option trading.
   Financial services advertisers are emphasizing online banking during the pandemic  2020/09/14 20:07:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Despite this year's decline in total ad spending in the US, the financial services industry will increase its digital ad outlays. The pandemic has prompted many consumers to reassess their personal finances and change how they bank, leading the industry to continue spending on digital ads. We expect digital ad spending in the US financial services industry will increase 9.7% in 2020, to reach $19.62 billion. Consumer banks have closed a significant number of branches, temporarily or even permanently, because of the pandemic. Without a physical location to visit, many consumers have shifted to online banking. According to an April 2020 William Mills Agency survey conducted by The Harris Poll, 73% of US adults said they were more likely to use digital banking and digital payments during the coronavirus pandemic. In response to the online banking surge, banks and other financial services providers are focusing on improving the customer experience of their digital properties.
   'Bond King' Jeffrey Gundlach says the day-trading boom is 'downright terrifying'  2020/09/09 09:39:46 Business Insider
Summary List Placement The so-called "bond king" Jeffrey Gundlach said in a webcast Tuesday retail investor activity is "downright terrifying." While stimulus has helped many survive the pandemic, it has provided other amateur investors capital to invest in stock markets. Online trading platform Robinhood has added more than 3 million accounts in 2020. Day-traders have piled into several worthless stocks such as Hertz and JCPenney despite the risks. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Hedge fund billionaire Jeffrey Gundlach is sounding the alarm on a "downright terrifying" boom in day-trading and retail investor activity. The so-called "bond king" and founder of DoubleLine Capital, was quoted by CNBC in a webcast Tuesday as saying: "of course, retail investor activity is downright terrifying." He said an increase in trades-per-account on online brokerage platforms was worrying. "We just see how much trading is going on in retail," Gundlach said. Online platform Robinhood has taken the day-trading frenzy by storm, having booked 4.31 million daily average revenues trades in June alone, more than double the first quarter, a company spokesperson told Business Insider.
   Connecting The Dots: How SoftBank Made Billions Using The Biggest "Gamma Squeeze" In History  2020/09/06 17:35:05 Zero Hedge
Connecting The Dots: How SoftBank Made Billions Using The Biggest "Gamma Squeeze" In History Tyler Durden Sun, 09/06/2020 - 13:35 It was back in July when we first reported that Goldman had observed a "historic inversion" in the stcok market: for the first time ever, the average daily value of options traded has exceeded shares for the first time, with July single stock options volumes tracking 114% of shares volumes. This followed a May report in which we discussed "how retail investors took over the stock market", pointing out the "recent surge in options trading - which has far more impact on market flows due to embedded leverage" and cited Goldman data which showed that " individual investor active trading is playing an increased role in market volatility, particularly in select stocks. In the shares market, 2.3% of all volume is made up of trades for $2,000 or less. The increase in small trades has been even more notable in the options market, where 13% of all trades are for 1 contract ." We also pointed out that "a significant portion of this increase has been driven by higher volumes in short dated contracts , as investors are literally using massive leverage to wager on near-term momentum moves such as those often highlighted OTM calls traded in Tesla stock." The last clue that an entire generation of investors were flooding into options - read calls - was the surge in individual investor option activity in both the top 50 and the top 500 US names, which has continued a steady climb since the start of the year (with a larger recent increase in the proportion of volume among the top 50.) To be sure, this option frenzy was a goldmine for retail brokerages such as Robinhood, Schwab and Etrade, which reported options trading activity surging 129% YTD (up 35% from June levels), which helped explain why various HFT outfits are paying so much to frontrun Robinhood option trades.
   Millennial Traders Are Making Risky Bets — Here's Why  2020/09/03 14:12:14 Benzinga
Ease of access to the stock market has led many new and young traders to capitalize on volatility and slashed fees , as risky assets and trading activities have seen volumes spike. That's the big takeaway from a recent E-Trade study , which found that more than half of investors younger than 34 (51%) say their risk tolerance has increased since the coronavirus outbreak. That's 23 percentage points higher than the total population. The Findings Over one in three investors (34%) said they're moving out of cash and into new positions — 15 percentage points higher than the total population. Over half of investors (51%) under the age of 34 said they are trading equities and 46% said they’re trading derivatives more frequently, compared to 30% and 22% of the total population, respectively. 9% of young investors said their investment portfolios have recovered since the beginning of the pandemic 50% think a recovery will happen in the next six months, compared to 33% of the total population Personal health (58%) and investment portfolio (53%) concerns remain the top worries for young investors To gain some perspective on how this increase in risky trades is impacting the markets, both positively and negatively, Benzinga spoke with DayTraderPro founder Guy Gentile.
   Morgan Stanley's top boss has reportedly had more private calls with the US markets regulator chief than any other Wall Street bank  2020/08/12 15:37:36 Business Insider
Morgan Stanley's chief executive James Gorman has had more conversations with the Securities and Exchange Commission's chairman than any other Wall Street bank, according to the Financial Times. The two have had at least ten formal conversations in the last three years, including nine calls and one meeting. Most of those calls were scheduled ahead of important announcements to be made by Morgan Stanley. "If there's a CEO calling every one of the regulators every quarter, I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that, but it would be the exception, rather than the rule," a former bank CEO told the FT. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman has had more calls with the SEC chairman than the head of any other major Wall Street bank, according to a Wednesday report by the Financial Times . Since he took up office in May 2017, chairman Jay Clayton's calendar shows nine calls and one meeting with Gorman set up around the bank's important announcements or quarterly earnings releases, according to documents seen by the FT.
   E*TRADE Releases Monthly Sector Rotation Study  2020/08/03 20:05:00 Business Wire
ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:ETFC) today released the data from its monthly sector rotation study, based on the E*TRADE customer net percentage buy/sell behavior for stocks that comprise the S&P 500 sectors. About E*TRADE Financial and Important Notices E*TRADE Financial and its subsidiaries provide financial services including brokerage and banking products and services to retail customers. Securities products and services are offered by E*TRADE Se
   Goldman Spots A Historic Inversion In The Market  2020/07/24 15:25:41 Zero Hedge
Goldman Spots A Historic Inversion In The Market Tyler Durden Fri, 07/24/2020 - 11:25 Back in May when we explained " how retail investors took over the stock market " (which Bloomberg again confirmed overnight when it reported that hedge funds are now chasing robinhood investors, and buying whatever Millennial and GenZ daytraders are buying) we said that the recent surge in options trading - which has far more impact on market flows due to embedded leverage - has had a key role in this transformation, and cited Goldman data which showed that "individual investor active trading is playing an increased role in market volatility, particularly in select stocks. In the shares market, 2.3% of all volume is made up of trades for $2,000 or less. The increase in small trades has been even more notable in the options market, where 13% of all trades are for 1 contract." Since then, options trading by retail investors has exploded and according to a follow up from Goldman, which has spotted an unprecedented market inversion, for the first time ever, the volume of option trades surpassed that of ordinary shares!
   E*TRADE Financial Corporation Announces Second Quarter 2020 Results  2020/07/23 20:05:00 Business Wire
ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ:ETFC): Second Quarter Results Net income of $196 million Diluted earnings per common share of $0.88 Total net revenue of $716 million Daily Average Revenue Trades (DARTs) of 1,010,000 and derivative DARTs of 253,000, both Company records(1) Average interest-earning assets of $60.6 billion; net interest margin of 256 basis points Average margin receivables of $8.0 billion; end-of-period margin receivables of $9.4 billion Net
   E*TRADE Financial Corporation Announces Stockholder Approval of Merger With Morgan Stanley  2020/07/17 16:07:00 Business Wire
ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--E*TRADE Financial Corporation (NASDAQ: ETFC) announced that its stockholders have voted to adopt the merger agreement with Morgan Stanley, a leading global financial services firm. In its special meeting of stockholders, which was held earlier today, more than 99% of votes were cast in favor of the proposal, based on the preliminary count of proxies returned prior to its special meeting of stockholders. The final voting results will be publicly filed with the Se

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