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Interactive Brokers Chairman Thomas Peterffy discusses IB’s acquisition of Covestor and plans for expansion.
Covestor, an online investing marketplace, and Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (NASDAQ GS: IBKR), the largest US electronic broker by daily average revenue trades, announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Interactive Brokers will acquire Covestor.
Among the financial industry’s latest innovations are online investment services. This article reviews Covestor and other services.
Covestor’s CIO writes that a generation of investors nearing retirement is increasingly looking at alternative investments, such as commodities, real estate, private equity and hedge funds, not only to reach for higher returns but also to provide a hedge against risk through portfolio diversification.
Charles Sizemore, chief investment officer of Sizemore Capital Investments, writes about the benefits of managing portfolios on Covestor.
Covestor lets users automatically tie their own portfolios to that of a Portfolio Manager of their choice; both are Security and Exchange Commission-registered investment advisers.
Burgeoning online investing site Covestor just might be forging a new distribution channel for fund firms -- and disrupt the supermarket platform wars.
Services such as Covestor enable an investor to link investment accounts to portfolios actively managed by other investors or investment professionals, and automatically mirror every investment move that the latter make.
The Wall Street Journal interviewed Covestor CEO Asheesh Advani for a story this week about how more financial advisers are embracing online investing websites. WSJ reporter Murray Coleman writes about how advisers and planners are using online-advisory services like Covestor to reach more investors.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Barry Randall says investors are overly optimistic about Uber.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Charles Sizemore says cyclical stocks such as automakers are cheap.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Yale Bock notes that over a long period reinvested dividends can accumulate a large number of shares.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Barry Randall weighs in on Tesla.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Barry Randall and Yale Bock share their views on Alphabet and Google.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Charles Sizemore quoted.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Barry Randall discusses four stocks he likes: Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Alphabet.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Michael Kramer quoted on Britain's exit from the European Union.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Michael Kramer shares his view on interest rates.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Yale Bock discusses prospects for both companies.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Dan Shaffer discusses ETNs he likes: B& G foods, iPath Bloomberg Coffee Subindex Total Return, iPath Bloomberg Cocoa Subindex Total Return ETN.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Yale Bock suggests ways to invest given current market conditions.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Barry Randall says Yahoo! is a deeply uncelebrated company with a low valuation at odds with its hugely profitable business model.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Charles Sizemore says Ford and GM have both had excellent runs operationally. Yet Wall Street seems unduly pessimistic about their prospects, pricing in pretty significant sales declines.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Daniel Beckerman profiled. Note: full text of this article may require a subscription.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Carl Sera says pay off debt if your debt rate is higher than your investment return will be, but don’t make it a habit to receive a refund as that’s money you’ve lent the government at a zero interest rate.
Covestor Portfolio Managers Barry Randall believes holding highly rated, low-cost index for at least five years are a good bet for nervous investors.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Yale Bock likes Johnson & Johnson as a legacy stock. It’s been an incredible company for many decades, he says.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Michael Kramer says battery cost will be biggest hurdle for Model 3.
Covestor Portfolio Managers Charles Sizemore and Yale Bock weigh in on Facebook stock.
Covestor Portfolio Manager Yale Bock picks Interval Leisure Group.