Post-election market leaders fall the most as traders worry the Trump administration may not be able to fulfill its pro-growth promises.
The real reason there's an all-out price war taking place among online brokers: They know you now can pay nothing to trade.
TipRanks identified the top analysts covering the financial sector and their top picks right now.
Exchange-traded funds have taken in $170 billion so far this year, which works out to about $1.3 billion a day.
Karen Firestone, Aureus Asset Management chairman and CEO, discusses why she is long Charles Schwab. The "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders weigh in.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports on the ongoing pricing war in brokerage firms.
"Halftime Report" experts Stephanie Link and Sarat Sethi give their Q2 playbooks -- what to buy, and what to stay away from.
The value investor discusses his favorite plays for the rest of the bull market in an interview with CNBC's Kelly Evans.
Charles Schwab said late Tuesday morning it is experiencing technical difficulties.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Charles Schwab launched a service that combines its automated investment management technology with human advisors.
Trading planes, cars, software and the market.
UBS says ETrade's expansion into the options market could offset the negative effects of increased price competition.
Brokerage stocks are lower after Fidelity Investments and Charles Schwab dive into a pricing war. CNBC's Mike Santoli has the details.
Shares of brokerages traded lower Tuesday after two major firms in the industry announced plans to cut trading commissions.
Discount brokers such as Fidelity and Charles Schwab are cutting trading fees. Rich Repetto, Sandler O'Neill and Partners, weighs in.
Karen Firestone, Aureus Asset Management CEO, discusses her stock pick of the day, Charles Schwab, as markets continue to hit record highs.
Fundstrat says the Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google-parent Alphabet stocks basket now has a value of $1.3 trillion.
Tim Hockey, TD Ameritrade CEO, comments on Schwab's latest move in the waging price investing war.
Goldman Sachs says investors might be discounting the potential risks due to political uncertainty under President Donald Trump.