Interactive Brokers Group Inc. (IBKR)

46.52
NASDAQ : Finance
Prev Close 46.27
Day Low/High 45.77 / 46.72
52 Wk Low/High 44.50 / 62.53
Avg Volume 457.40K
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 76.75M
Market Cap 22.77B
EPS 2.30
P/E Ratio 22.14
Div & Yield 0.40 (0.87%)

Upside Remains Limited

Even if a rally develops between now and the weekend, stocks and indices are still trading below major resistance.

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Volatile times, creative measures: Here's how B.C.'s student-run portfolio managers learn to hedge their existing positions.

Sniffing Out a Bear Market

Several longer-term indicators offer insight into where stocks are headed.

The 2007 IPO Market: Four Top Trends

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Global stock market competition highlighted the year in new issues.

Still Expecting a Rally

Though the low put/call ratio readings are troublesome, bullish arguments can be found.

NetSuite IPO Wins Fair-Value Fans

NetSuite IPO Wins Fair-Value Fans

Investors' response to its Dutch auction stock offering keeps the hype in check.

Thursday's Daily Blog Watch

Why Baidu is a buy here, and digging into Wal-Mart's upgrade.

Top 10 Short-Squeeze Brokerage Stocks

Top 10 Short-Squeeze Brokerage Stocks

These stocks get the green light.

Exercise Caution

The equity put/call ratio's descent today should curb bullish tendencies.

Catalysts to Watch

The ECB/BOE interest rate meeting is likely to influence the jobs report; plus, keep an eye on the commodity markets.

Not the Right Time to Chase Stocks

It's troubling that today's rally was accompanied by absolutely no pickup in volume.

Looking for an October Correction

It could be sideways, a one- or two-day whack, or even something more.

Examining Negative and Positive Statistics

The market appears to be heading for a down move next week, though the beginning of a month often sees an uptick.

Hoping for a Big Surge

It would provide a clear signal of the negative divergences going into next week.

Indicators Flashing Yellow

But it will take more than a few negative signs to turn the market back down.

Upside Still Has Benefit of Doubt

In the next two weeks, we'll see what the rally is made of.

Assessing Crosscurrents

Some indicators say stocks are tired, while others say any decline should be contained.

Taking a Look at Bonds and Gold

Bonds have gone in an unexpected direction and everyone now seems to have gold fever.

Examining the Indicators

An evaluation shows an equal weighting between what is right and what is not with the current market indicators.

Decline Unlikely Now

The Fed's surprising rate cut boosted the markets and indicates another down day probably won't come for a while.

A Dull Decline

On the surface, it looked like a mild down day, but a closer inspection of the statistics shows it was much worse.

Down Days Ahead

A host of market indicators point to the strong likelihood of a decline this week.

Seeing Some Improvement

But next week's Fed meeting, brokerage earnings, expiration and CPI/PPI reports could bring on a short-lived decline.

Choppy Conditions Continue

The upcoming Fed meeting next week will likely keep the market unbalanced.

Much Riding on Employment Number

If it takes the market down, it would be part of the overbought pullback; if it goes up, the pullback is over.

Observe the Quality of the Rally

That will determine if it has staying power or if it's over.

Expecting a Pullback

Afterwards, the rally should resume and continue if the indices statistics improve -- or end, if they do not.

Rally Remains Intact

The market appears to have gotten ahead of itself and is in need of a pullback.

Financials Not Participating

Why isn't this group isn't rallying ahead of Bernanke's much anticipated speech on Friday?

A Flip-Flop Day

Wednesday's market action mirrored Tuesday's with almost identical breadth figures and equally pathetic new highs.

TheStreet Quant Rating: B- (Buy)