Charles Schwab

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Charles Schwab Corporation is one of the largest discount brokers in America. Incorporated in 1973, Schwab has grown to serve over 8.8 million accounts with $1.95 trillion in assets. Schwab has since become a leading institution for retirement and investing. The corporation also manages several ETFs (listed below) and other funds.

Charles Schwab Managed ETFs

  • Schwab Large-Cap ETF (SCHX
  • Schwab Mid-Cap ETF (SCHM
  • Schwab Small-Cap ETF (SCHA
  • Schwab International Equity ETF (SCHF
  • Schwab US Aggregate Bond ETF (SCHZ

Recent Articles

Vanguard Enters the ‘Robo-Advisor’ Arena

Vanguard's Personal Advisor Services its essentially an entry in the "robo-advisor" field. The service will appeal to those with small savings who want basic advice and little human contact. More 

Schwab’s Robo-Advisor Not a Game Changer

Schwab's performance is priced into stock and its new Intelligent Portfolios™ will not have a significant effect on next year's earnings. More 

5 Schwab ETFs – Premium Products, or Generic Also-Rans?

Should you consider buying Schwab ETFs? How do their offerings match up against some of the more established ETF shops? More 

ETFC, AMTD: ETrade, TD Ameritrade Stock Tank on ‘Rigged Market’ Fallout

After Charles Schwab posted a message on its website criticizing high-frequency trading, online brokerage stocks fell sharply. More 

5 Easy Ways to Squander Your Retirement Nest Egg in 2014

It's hard enough saving for retirement, but it's even harder when you make mistakes along the way. Avoid these 5 pitfalls in the coming year, and sleep easier.. More 

Trade of the Day: The Charles Schwab Corp. (SCHW)

there is a group that does very well when rates rise: brokers and exchanges. More 

Schwab Delays ETF 401k Launch (Again)

Discount broker Charles Schwab says it cannot say exactly when its long-awaited ETF 401(k) retirement plan will launch. More 

3 Top Retail Broker Stocks: Buy, Sell or Hold?

Charles Schwab, TD Ameritrade and E*Trade are crushing the market for the year-to-date, but the easy money might have already been made. More 

Americans Need to Save More for Retirement

Even with all the new technologies and ease of the Internet many Americans, and especially African-Americans, aren’t investing or saving enough to retire More 

Brokerage Firm Stocks: Just Getting Started

Brokerage firms have been demolishing market returns this year, and if investors stay bullish about the economy, there's still plenty more money to be made. More