Black Friday Accounts for Record-Breaking Mobile Trades Placed


 
 
09:57 11/30/2017

TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. AMTD  recorded that 28% of its retail trades placed on November 24, 2017 were done through mobile devices. Clients for TD Ameritrade continue to turn to mobile to get ‘on-the-go’ access to the markets. Mobile trading jumped 4% this year from last year’s holiday frenzy and increased 7% from 2015.

Also, TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. AMTD  saw record-breaking numbers for the fiscal year 2017. There has been an average of 111,600 mobile trades per day, up 19% from mobile trades in 2016. Twenty two percent of all trades placed through TD Ameritrade was recorded on mobile devices, up 3% from last year.

Amazon AMZN  was the top Black Friday Stock for the 3rd year in a row and the other most active stocks that TD Ameritrade clients invested in were Marathon Patent Group MARA ; Riot Blockchain Inc. RIOT ; General Electric GE  and Quadian Inc. QD .

Director of trading for TD Ameritrade AMTD , Victor Jones commented, “Black Friday is a great example of why access to the markets via mobile is so vital for investors. We continue to see investors placing a record number of trades from their mobile devices on big holidays like this because many are on-the-go and not able to access their computer to place trades.”

For more than 40 years, TD Ameritrade has always been a customer-first company where they want the clients to take control of the trades. More millennials have turned to mobile trading and TD Ameritrade’s AMTD  platform makes it user-friendly and easy to access anywhere in the world.

Shares for TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. AMTD  saw a nice 6% spike since Nov 24th and reached an all-time high of $51.38 per share. They also saw record volume on Friday and into Cyber Monday trading.


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