TD Ameritrade clients were net buyers in February, and the Investor Movement Index increased 7.7 percent, reaching a new all-time high reading of 6.15.
Digital natives they are. Read more
The key trading dates of 2016 correspond with two of the top international headlines.
For one night, every year, this nation of football fanatics, pigskin neophytes and everyone in between comes together to watch the NFL’s biggest game of the year. Why? The commercials.
TD Ameritrade clients were net buyers of equities in January, and the Investor Movement Index rose 4.20 percent to a score of 5.71. Read more
As Americans gather on a certain Sunday in February to watch a certain very Big Game, the experience of shared sportsmanship and camaraderie may get some parents thinking about their own children’s athletic aspirations. Read more
One of the biggest differences between millennial men and women when it comes to saving? Vacations. Women cited it as their top short-term savings goal in TD Ameritrade’s Millennials and Money survey1, while men were most concerned with having an emergency fund.
TD Ameritrade interviewed two working professionals, who are both Millennials, to understand their spending and savings habits as well as their feelings about money.
There really is nothing better than celebrating the holidays with friends and family. However, with the holiday season can also come a few less warm and fuzzy things…like snow…and blistering cold…and spending. Read more
With the joyful frenzy of the holiday season now in full swing, the hunt for the perfect gift is on. But, not everyone is clamoring for a pile of presents under the tree. Read more
A new TD Ameritrade survey of more than 1,000 Americans born between 1981 and 1997 reveals that the Millennial generation may have more in common with their depression-era counterparts than their Boomer parents or grandparents.
Parents of young aspiring athletes are not only their biggest fans and cheerleaders, but also their biggest financial boosters.
A recent TD Ameritrade Survey revealed that sports parents are so invested in helping their kids achieve athletic aspirations that they’re often calling a time out on their own financial goals.