TD Ameritrade investors now have access to more than 550 commission-free ETFs, up from around 300, with 12 new providers and an additional 13 Morningstar categories.
With TD Ameritrade offering an expanded list of ETFs available for overnight trading, investors can react to tariff-related and other overseas news as it happens.
As trade war fears heat up between the U.S. and some of its major trading partners, some investors may be looking for tariff protection. Here are some things to consider as you aim for a “trade-war-proof” portfolio.
Thinking of futures as just another asset class, let's start with the basics: how to use capital efficiently, speculate, and hedge with futures.
Looking for volatility exposure? Learn about volatility products including VIX options.
Learn how the put/call ratio is calculated and how to use the P/C ratio as an indicator of stock market sentiment.
Structural changes in the loan market over the last decade have shifted many loans from the balance sheets of big banks to those of institutional and retail investors. What risks might these loans pose to investors?
Learning to invest can be like learning your way around a new city. Familiarize yourself with things close to home, then branch out.
Traders have special considerations at tax time, including Schedule D, Form 8949, Section 1256 contracts, and collectibles tax treatment. Here are a few tips for tackling the extra filing.
Investors seeking to profit from a market downturn or looking for portfolio protection have several shorting alternatives. Here are three of them.
Considering exchange-traded funds (ETFs)? Understand fit, style, and value before you shop.
There are some important things to keep in mind when deciding how to invest for shorter term goals.
ETFs may be used to produce a stream of income, and offer potential benefits of portfolio diversification.
Socially responsible investing, which lets you align your portfolio with your values, has grown in popularity in recent years, bolstered by product innovation. Learn more here.
Your investment decisions could impact your tax bill. Learn about the basic rules and some strategies to help maximize after-tax returns and potentially reduce the amount you owe.
What’s the difference: ETF vs mutual funds? Exchange-traded funds and mutual funds are two avenues chosen by some investors to pursue diversification. Learn more here.
Learn how retail investors, even those with limited funds, can pursue a diversified portfolio mix using exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Investing in ETFs can provide exposure to a wide variety of markets, sectors, and asset classes.
Use the Income Estimator on tdameritrade.com to learn about stocks that have historically paid dividends.
Want to find a balance in your portfolio between stocks and funds? Learn why exchange-traded funds could be worth a look.
Junk bonds—or high-yield bonds—can be quite risky, but may still have a place in a portfolio.
Learn about the VIX and other volatility indexes and how some investors use them to assess potential risk.
Diversification is your safe harbor for investments, and exchange-traded funds might be one port to drop anchor.
Are you looking to include gold in your portfolio? Learn about the different alternatives and their pros and cons.
Learn about dividend risk, which options might be candidates for early exercise, and how you can potentially prepare for it.
Investment in alternative energy companies and ETFs may offer rewards, but also come with risks. Here are some considerations.
The world’s information, and the infrastructure that supports it, is shifting to cloud-based computing and the companies that provide it.
ETFs have matured but they’re not done evolving. Morningstar’s Scott Burns urges income-seeking investors to expand their minds and their research.
Intermarket analysis and far-reaching ETFs can help you tackle global markets.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) allow individual investors a shot in the big world of emerging and frontier markets. Risks apply.
Ask yourself if your investing goals and personality traits favor active or passive strategies—or combining the best of both in a smart beta approach.
Only pros care about interest-rate trading, and bonds are boring, right? Not so fast. There’s more to them than meets the eye. Pros don't have all the fun.
The rising costs and spotty track record of actively managed funds leads some investors straight to indexing. Others are looking for their stock market savior.
A winning well -thought- out investment plan requires you need to dig deeper to get an edge on the crowd. Here’s a few secondary ways to play big themes.
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