Ratings for Interactive Brokers Group
In the second quarter, Interactive Brokers Group’s (IBKR) EPS is expected to rise 17% YoY (year-over-year). Lower interest in equities due to increasing trade conflicts could reduce brokerages’ trading volumes in that quarter.
In July, Interactive Brokers had two “strong buy” ratings out of six analysts tracking the stock. One analyst recommended a “strong sell,” and three gave it a “hold.” Analysts have given it a one-year price target of $73.20, which reflects a rise of 18.65% from its current price of $61.69.
What helps drive performance?
Interactive Brokers Group’s drivers in the first quarter were commissions and net interest income. They could also be its drivers moving forward. The company’s competitors (VFH) TD Ameritrade Holding (AMTD), E*TRADE Financial (ETFC), and Charles Schwab (SCHW) have one-year price targets of $67.60, $70.67, and $60.90, respectively.