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- The Evolution and Future of E-broking. Dhamija, Vineet // IIMB Management Review (Indian Institute of Management Bangalore;Mar2003, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p28
Analyzes the evolution and future of electronic trading (e-trading) in India. Introduction to e-trading; Framework for analyzing the amenability for e-enablement; Benefits of e-trading; Hindrances to growth of e-trading.
- Click to trade. Field, Nicola; Walker, Chris // Money (Australia Edition);Oct2004, Issue 10, p84
Looks at the concept of online share trading and the best deals available in the trade. Factors that should be considered in choosing an online broker; Cost of an online broker; Types of online investors appropriate for a specific investment Web site.
- The New Cautious Optimists. Fitzgerald, Kate // American Demographics;Apr2004, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p28
Surveys the condition of the U.S. online brokerage industry as of April 2004. Investment interest of investors in online brokerage firms; Role of advertising in the success of online brokerage firms; Details of the business strategies adopted by several online brokerage firms.
- Ted's Heat Map. Ramage, James // Traders Magazine;Oct2009, Vol. 22 Issue 301, p80
The article discusses the trading strategies of Lord Abbett and Co. LLC. in the U.S. It outlines how the company had embraced electronic trading which enabled it to process almost 90 percent of orders. However, Ted Oberhaus, equity trading director of Lord Abbet, stresses that electronic...
- Pre-Trade Analytics: A Look Before Leaping. Kentouris, Chris // Securities Industry News;5/23/2005, Vol. 17 Issue 20, p1
Discusses several issues that must be considered by securities brokers before adopting pre-trade analytics. Difference between the use of an automated execution model and manual trading; Implication of electronic trading for pre-trade analysis; Factors which contributed to the rise of...
- On-Line Trading: Better Investor Protection Information Needed on Brokers' Web Sites: GGD-00-43. // GAO Reports;5/9/2000, p1
On-line trading is transforming the relationships that investors have with broker-dealers. Nearly 6 million investors buy and sell stocks through the Internet, and while the services provided by online brokers differ from those provided by their full-service counterparts, those differences are...
- Canada Unprepared for STP, Study Says. Kentouris, Chris // Securities Industry News;9/29/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 38, p14
Deals with the unpreparedness of Canadian investment companies and broker-dealers for straight-through processing (STP), according to a report released by the Canadian Securities Administrators in 2003. Gap between some organizations' perceived and actual states of STP readiness; Consolidation...
- GET THE BEST FROM BROKERS. Featherstone, Tony // BRW;11/25/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 46, p54
The article reports that brokers in Australia are changing business models in order to attract do-it-yourself (DIY) investors who uses both no-advice and full-service brokers. The said situation gave birth to the idea of integrating no-advice and full-service stockbroking. A chart is presented...
- Headed for Extinction? Sycoff, Drew // Traders Magazine;Jul2001, Vol. 14 Issue 184, p86
Discusses the effect of online trading on traditional stockbrokers. Details on the emergence of online trading; Similarity between the business transactions of online and traditional brokers; Reason for brokers' use of retail order flow.