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The thinking behind Robinhood was that younger people would want to trade stocks differently: namely on their phones and without the fees. But are the stocks they trade different as well?
Robinhood, the app that lets you trade stocks without paying fees, has been a runaway hit with millennials, who have driven the startup to a reported $1.3 billion valuation.
To answer that question, we asked Dr. Sahill Poddar, a data scientist at Robinhood, to crunch the numbers. By and large, the top stocks millennials held (by dollar amount) were similar to those of people over 30. But millennials were almost twice as likely to have stock from computer chip designers AMD and Nvidia. Conversely, those over 30 were almost twice as likely to hold Yahoo.
This ETF is designed to track the S&P 500.
With that in mind, here are the top 10 stocks millennials love on Robinhood (by dollar amount):
In terms of the top 10 stocks, Twitter and gold (via JNUG) made the over-30 list, but didn't appear on the 30-and-under one, whereas Google (GOOGL) saw the reverse.
It's worth noting that Robinhood is a new platform, so you might expect the popular stocks to skew toward things like technology. But still, the differences between the millennial and over-30 crowd are instructive in understanding what different generations think of the stocks.
They are more known for their personalized customer service, and are probably the best site for trading penny stocks in terms of customer service. Their strength is their 500 or more local branch offices that follow up on any online applications made.
These stocks are not traded in the NASDAQ or NYSE, but are registered and sold in the secondary markets like Pink Slips, OTC-QB and QX. These markets allow stock sale even if the companies are not registered with Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) or file records of their stocks.
eTrade is certainly one of the best sites to trade penny stocks. This platform is especially beneficial if you are technologically-challenged. They have step-by-step instructions to guide you and a live chat to walk you through the process.
This site was the number 1 broker in 2016. They excel in their investment guidance through top of the line research and customer service.
This is a though one… Everybody wants real time market data – in MS Excel, in Matlab, in Java, in Theta Suite etc. But, obtaining market data is very hard and cost intensive because the stock exchanges do not want to provide real-time data for free. Ok, but what can you do about it?
Now, there is a third alternative, which might be good enough for you: It is free and it pulls free data into your MS Excel as a real-time data feed. This software is called FinAnSu ( and is pretty new and not 100% stable. But, for testing your trading strategy with a real market data feed, it is totally sufficient. FinAnSu pulls the data from Google, yahoo! or Bloomberg Personal Finance. Except for the combination Google NASDAQ, the data is usually with 15Min delay. But, you get new ticks e.g. every second and you can test your trading strategy in a realistic environment.
Thanks for your information! Due to your post, I downloaded the Finansu adds-in and use it. But I don’t understand what’t the means of “security_id” (=Quote(security_id, source, params, live_updating, frequency, show_headers) Is this the symbol of quote?or? And is Finansu suitable for getting the ETF data? Thanks!
Often people ask me where they can find historical data of stock prices, commodities, interest-rates, bonds, fx rates ... . In previous posts, we already looked at live data feeds for Matlab, and Excel. Then, we looked at how to load historical data. Now, we want to focus on where…
If you can afford it, the best solution is usually a commercial solution from a large data vendor, e.g. Morningstar/Tenfore, Bloomberg, Thomson Reuters etc. They deliver speedy and reliable market data right into MS Excel and often, they have interfaces for Matlab or Java, too. But they cost several hundreds of dollars (and euro) per month. On the positive side, these market data vendors deliver also insight into the order book, which is extremely important for intraday trading.
The other features offered by brokers which binary options traders can use to reduce risk are ‘close early’ and ‘rollover’ features. In situations where the options appear hopelessly out of the money, t hese provide traders a choice to either close the position early, for a smaller loss of extend the expiry time in hope that the trade recovers. Although using these are not ideal and may also result in losses, including these risk management strategies in a long-term trading plan will certainly reduce total losses over time.
Although there is no way to completely remove all of the risk in any type of investment, having an acute awareness of the potential risks that may be present can help in reducing some of the uncertainty for traders. This alone can help traders to focus more on the actual investment at hand, knowing where certain pitfalls may lie. Some of the potential risks that traders may face in the binary options market can include:
While there are some risks to be aware of when trading binary options, these financial vehicles can present a number of great benefits as well. In fact, one of the biggest benefits to binary options actually involves that fact that a traders’ risk is known from the beginning of the investment.
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How about mySTOX (for the iPhone, but it works as well on the iPad)?
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Try out "The stock portfolio" app. It has the most rich feature set and can also be accessed from web.
Great selections, I've downloaded most of these apps. If may suggest one Stock Live is a favorite of mine. You may want to purchase some of the in app services but they are definitely worth it
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Which brings us to the second most desirable term: “Low Fee” “Low Fee” apartments are usually apartments where the 12% fee has been reduced to 10% in some cases, which may not sound like a huge difference, but over the course of a tenants stay in a given apartment it adds up. These Exclusive Listing arrangements are typically made between experienced brokerage firms who have long-standing relationships and Landlords who own multiple buildings, or so-called exclusive rentals. These brokers have demonstrated a consistent ability to move inventory for these landlords and also source quality tenants and work to facilitate the apartment showings.
Finding a rental apartment in Manhattan is like an Olympic sport – there are no stories written about Silver or Bronze medal winners. The Gold medal winners get the best prices, best spaces in the best neighborhoods. Coveted neighborhoods like Chelsea, West Village and the Lower East Side are now crawling with students, brokers and management companies all fighting hand-to-hand combat to win the best deals before they are stolen by another quicker, savvier or richer hunter.
Depending on the building, some doormen or attendants are required to ask that you contact a specific Exclusive Broker that handles that building (more on that later) in which case there will be a fee, but in some cases a lower fee (not all of the time, however).
What’s a Brokers Fee? Brokers resell existing apartment inventory and charge a “fee” for the transaction – which typically ranges from one month’s rent all the way up to 15% of a year’s rent.
From calls and puts to option greeks and expiration Fridays, these Essentials walk you through an array of basics and strategies to help you learn more about trading in different market conditions.
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Some clients confuse negative correlation with low (or non-) correlation. They mistakenly believe that returns for investments with low correlation move in opposite directions from each other.
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This long/flat index is potentially more adaptive to volatile commodity markets because it seeks to take advantage of individual commodities by going long when prices rise, and mitigate risk by going flat (to cash) when prices fall.
NAV information as of August 28, 2017. Line chart shows pricing trend over the last 30 days.
The key to risk-adjusted returns and diversification is not the number of securities – it’s their correlation – or, really, non-correlation – to each other, that’s paramount.
Standard Deviation is a measure of the dispersion of a set of data from its mean. Correlation is a statistical measure of how two securities move in relation to each other. Maximum Drawdown is the greatest percent decline from a previous high.
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When PC moguls Bill Gates and Michael Dell wanted to do a share-buyback program for their respective empires, they took advantage of the options markets to increase the return on their investment. What they did was write (or sell) put options, and by doing so they created a win-win situation with their stock performance.
Long-term interest rates hit record-low levels in 2012 but have since increased substantially. As discussed in an earlier post , the sharpest increase occurred between May 2 and July 5 of this year, with the 10-year Treasury yield rising from 1.63 percent to 2.74 percent. During the May-July episode, market liquidity also deteriorated. Some market participants have suggested that constraints on dealer balance sheet capacity impaired liquidity during the selloff, amplifying the magnitude and speed of the rise in interest rates and volatility. In this post, we review the evolution of Treasury market liquidity, evaluate whether dealer balance sheet capacity amplified the selloff, and examine what motivated dealer behavior during the episode.
Competing Explanations for the Role of Dealers in the Selloff The evidence discussed so far indicates that the 2013 selloff was large, that market liquidity deteriorated, that dealers reduced their fixed-income positions, and that the reduction in positions was associated with reduced risk-taking as measured by VaR and regulatory capital ratios. These findings are compatible with two alternative explanations. The first is that dealers were unable to provide market liquidity because of constraints resulting from capital constraints. The second is that dealers decided to manage their balance sheets more conservatively at a time when investors were repricing interest rate risk rapidly. That is, dealers may have been able but unwilling to provide market liquidity.
To gauge dealer willingness to add interest rate risk exposure and buffer the selling pressures coming from their customers, we look at dealers' net positions (the difference between long and short positions), as reported to the Federal Reserve by the primary dealers . The next chart shows primary dealers' net positions in U.S. Treasury securities, agency debt, agency mortgage-backed securities (MBS), and corporate securities (where the "corporates" category includes instruments such as private-label MBS and other asset-backed securities). Dealers markedly reduced their net positions in these fixed-income securities during the selloff, particularly for agency debt (red line) and agency MBS (green line), suggesting that they may have decided to limit their outright exposures rather than absorb inventory from customers looking to sell.