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E*TRADE Beats Earnings, Revenue Estimates for 2Q17

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E*TRADE Beats Earnings, Revenue Estimates for 2Q17 PART 7 OF 7

How Wall Street Analysts View E*TRADE after Its 2Q17 Earnings

Strong “buy” ratings

Of the 14 analysts that cover E*TRADE (ETFC), five analysts rated the stock as a “hold,” and six analysts gave a “strong buy” rating on the stock. The remaining three analysts gave “buy” ratings on the stock. These ratings are the same as E*TRADE’s ratings in August 2017.

How Wall Street Analysts View E*TRADE after Its 2Q17 Earnings

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Of the 13 analysts covering E*TRADE in July 2017, three analysts rated the stock as a “buy.” The stock received five “hold” ratings, and the remaining five analysts gave “strong buy” ratings on the stock.

Peer comparisons

Brokerage company (XLF) Gain Capital Holdings (GCAP) is covered by four analysts, and three analysts rated the stock as a “hold.” The remaining analyst gave a “buy” rating on the stock. These ratings on Gain Capital have been consistent over the past few months.

Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) is analyzed by 14 analysts, out of which six analysts rated the stock as a “strong buy.” Of the remaining eight analysts, five gave “buy” ratings on the stock, and three rated the stock as a “hold.”

CBOE Holdings (CBOE) is covered by 13 analysts. Eight of these analysts gave “hold” ratings on the stock, and two analysts gave “buy” ratings on the stock. The remaining three analysts rated the stock as a “strong buy.”

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