TD Ameritrade (AMTD) is covered by 19 analysts. Six analysts recommend a “hold,” one recommends a “strong sell,” five recommend a “buy,” and seven recommend a “strong buy.” The stock didn’t attract any “sell” ratings.
In the previous month, there weren’t any changes in analysts’ ratings on TD Ameritrade.
Sequentially, TD Ameritrade’s trading volumes might witness a decline in the fiscal third quarter due to lower volatility in the markets. In April, the equity markets were primarily aided by the strong earnings season, which reduced the volatility. In May, there was volatility in the markets, which had a positive impact on brokerages’ monthly metrics like Charles Schwab (SCHW), E*TRADE Financial (ETFC), and Interactive Brokers Group (IBKR).
Interest rate hike expectations in June will likely attract market observers’ attention towards TD Ameritrade stock.
In May, Interactive Brokers Group was covered by seven analysts. Three analysts recommend a “hold,” two recommend a “strong buy,” and two recommend a “strong sell.” The ratings were the same in April.
Another brokerage firm (VFH), E*TRADE Financial is covered by 17 analysts. Two analysts (or 11.76%) recommend a “hold,” and six (or 35.29%) recommend a “buy,” and nine (or 52.94%) recommend a “strong buy.”