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symbol IBKR
会社名 Interactive Brokers Group Inc (インタラクティブ・ブロ―カ―ズ・グル―プ)
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概要 ―  インタラクティブ・ブロ―カ―ズ・グル―プは米国の証券会社の持株会社。子会社を通じて、世界各国100以上のマ―ケットで、ブロ―カ―ディ―ラ―業務および自己勘定取引を行う。機関投資家やプロのトレ―ダ―向けにオンライン上での取引執行と決済サ―ビスを提供。本社はコネティカット州のグリニッチ。  Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. operates as an investment holding company, which engages in broker or dealer and proprietary trading businesses. It operates through the following segments: Electronic Brokerage and Corporate. The Electronic Brokerage segment is a direct market access broker, which serve the customers of both traditional brokers and prime brokers. The company was founded by Thomas Pechy Peterffy in 1977 and is headquartered in Greenwich, CT.
本社所在地 One Pickwick Plaza Greenwich CT 06830 USA
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設立年月日 39022
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
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従業員数 1228人
url www.interactivebrokers.com
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   Traders Puzzled By "Mysterious Mega Flows" In Biggest Tech ETF  2020/10/14 19:40:00 Zero Hedge
Traders Puzzled By "Mysterious Mega Flows" In Biggest Tech ETF Tyler Durden Wed, 10/14/2020 - 15:40 Three weeks ago, when looking at the latest EPFR fund flows we said that traders are getting whiplash after the "fastest ever fund flows swing from euphoria to despair" as US equity funds and ETFs reported $26.87 BN of outflows in the last week of September, the we observed the largest weekly outflow since December 2018 and the third largest outflow ever, more than reversing a $22.67bn inflow one week earlier; this was the third the biggest weekly swing in fund flows in history, and showed "how extreme market sentiment has become, and how it can seemingly swing overnight from euphoria to despair." We also showed that similar, if even more acute swings, were observed in the QQQs the world's largest tech ETF which tracks the Nasdaq, saying that "the QQQ fund posted record $3.5 billion outflows on Monday amid a Nasdaq slump, then got $4 billion the following day as sentiment recovered." In retrospect, this was not a bug but a feature, because today Bloomberg follows up on these wild swings, which have only gotten wilder since, and writes more than two weeks after our original observations that the "amount of cash cycling through one of the world’s largest exchange-traded funds is turning heads across Wall Street." According to Bloomberg's calculations, the$146BN QQQ ETF, the largest tech ETF in the world, has seen a staggering $1.5 billion in daily flows (either in or out) over the past month, following the previously discussed largest withdrawal in two decades in late September, followed by its largest influx in the same time period one day later.
   Tradestation vs. Interactive Brokers  2020/10/13 15:51:14 Investopedia
TradeStation and Interactive Brokers focus their tools and cost structures on very frequent traders. If you are an active trader, which is right for you?
   Interactive Brokers Group Reports Brokerage Metrics and Other Financial Information for September 2020, includes Reg.-NMS Execution Statistics  2020/10/01 17:07:00 Business Wire
GREENWICH, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)---- $IBKR #IBKR--Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: IBKR) an automated global electronic broker, today reported its Electronic Brokerage monthly performance metrics for September. Brokerage highlights for the month included: 1,953 thousand Daily Average Revenue Trades (DARTs)1, 132% higher than prior year and 12% higher than prior month. Ending client equity of $232.7 billion, 49% higher than prior year and 2% lower than prior month. Ending client margin loan balances of
   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.
   Interactive Brokers Hikes Margins By 35% Ahead Of Election Market Chaos  2020/09/23 17:10:00 Zero Hedge
Interactive Brokers Hikes Margins By 35% Ahead Of Election Market Chaos Tyler Durden Wed, 09/23/2020 - 13:10 Retail investors giveth, and retail investors taketh away. For much of the past 6 months, euphoric Robinhood daytraders and other retail investors have been cited among the key drivers for the market's relentless meltup which culminated earlier this month, incidentally just as that retail darling momo stock TSLA peaked on news it would not be included in the S&P500. One problem: unlike institutional investors who have virtually unlimited access to funds thanks to their prime brokers (until they are margined out of course, often with catastrophic consequences), retail traders are at the mercy of their balance sheet, which in turn is in the hands of their brokerage account such as Robinhood and Interactive Brokers. Which is why the overnight news that Interactive Brokers, one of the most popular platforms among retail investors, high net worth individuals and family offices was raising its initial and maintenance margins by a whopping 35% sent a ripple across markets: surely there were numerous retail investors who suddenly were facing margin calls, and they had a choice - either add more funds or liquidate positions.
   Tradestation vs. Interactive Brokers  2020/10/13 15:51:14 Investopedia
TradeStation and Interactive Brokers focus their tools and cost structures on very frequent traders. If you are an active trader, which is right for you?
   Interactive Brokers Group Reports Brokerage Metrics and Other Financial Information for September 2020, includes Reg.-NMS Execution Statistics  2020/10/01 17:07:00 Business Wire
GREENWICH, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)---- $IBKR #IBKR--Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: IBKR) an automated global electronic broker, today reported its Electronic Brokerage monthly performance metrics for September. Brokerage highlights for the month included: 1,953 thousand Daily Average Revenue Trades (DARTs)1, 132% higher than prior year and 12% higher than prior month. Ending client equity of $232.7 billion, 49% higher than prior year and 2% lower than prior month. Ending client margin loan balances of
   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.
   Interactive Brokers Hikes Margins By 35% Ahead Of Election Market Chaos  2020/09/23 17:10:00 Zero Hedge
Interactive Brokers Hikes Margins By 35% Ahead Of Election Market Chaos Tyler Durden Wed, 09/23/2020 - 13:10 Retail investors giveth, and retail investors taketh away. For much of the past 6 months, euphoric Robinhood daytraders and other retail investors have been cited among the key drivers for the market's relentless meltup which culminated earlier this month, incidentally just as that retail darling momo stock TSLA peaked on news it would not be included in the S&P500. One problem: unlike institutional investors who have virtually unlimited access to funds thanks to their prime brokers (until they are margined out of course, often with catastrophic consequences), retail traders are at the mercy of their balance sheet, which in turn is in the hands of their brokerage account such as Robinhood and Interactive Brokers. Which is why the overnight news that Interactive Brokers, one of the most popular platforms among retail investors, high net worth individuals and family offices was raising its initial and maintenance margins by a whopping 35% sent a ripple across markets: surely there were numerous retail investors who suddenly were facing margin calls, and they had a choice - either add more funds or liquidate positions.
   Interactive Brokers braces for election volatility by telling clients to put up more cash  2020/09/23 15:51:13 CNBC
Interactive Brokers is increasing margin requirements by as much as 35% heading into the November presidential election.
   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.
   Interactive Brokers Hikes Margins By 35% Ahead Of Election Market Chaos  2020/09/23 17:10:00 Zero Hedge
Interactive Brokers Hikes Margins By 35% Ahead Of Election Market Chaos Tyler Durden Wed, 09/23/2020 - 13:10 Retail investors giveth, and retail investors taketh away. For much of the past 6 months, euphoric Robinhood daytraders and other retail investors have been cited among the key drivers for the market's relentless meltup which culminated earlier this month, incidentally just as that retail darling momo stock TSLA peaked on news it would not be included in the S&P500. One problem: unlike institutional investors who have virtually unlimited access to funds thanks to their prime brokers (until they are margined out of course, often with catastrophic consequences), retail traders are at the mercy of their balance sheet, which in turn is in the hands of their brokerage account such as Robinhood and Interactive Brokers. Which is why the overnight news that Interactive Brokers, one of the most popular platforms among retail investors, high net worth individuals and family offices was raising its initial and maintenance margins by a whopping 35% sent a ripple across markets: surely there were numerous retail investors who suddenly were facing margin calls, and they had a choice - either add more funds or liquidate positions.
   Interactive Brokers braces for election volatility by telling clients to put up more cash  2020/09/23 15:51:13 CNBC
Interactive Brokers is increasing margin requirements by as much as 35% heading into the November presidential election.
   Interactive Brokers boosts client margin requirement ahead of U.S. election (NASDAQ:IBKR)  2020/09/23 15:25:37 Seeking Alpha
Interactive Brokers (IBKR -1.5%) is raising clients' minimum margin requirements by more than a third in an effort to shield both the broker and its client
   '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.

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