Ashleigh Rogers
Long/short equity, growth at reasonable price, value, banks

An Eventual Return To Stocks By Individuals Will Benefit TD Ameritrade

For better or for worse, concerns over new regulations on high-frequency trading are probably overdone, and investors in TD Ameritrade (NYSE:AMTD) can take solace in that fact. While Ameritrade and many of its fellow online brokerage peers have been affected by the torrent of negative news over the last few months related to high-speed trading, frankly investors have a long history in many different industries of getting worked up over the possibility of new regulations only to later discover that the regulations won't be nearly as onerous as feared. With that in mind, and given the high degree of probability that eventually individual investors will return to the stock market in large numbers, I think AMTD looks like...

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