Scottrade in the News
Rick Pastore, CIO.com
Scottrade CIO Ian Patterson and Scottrade Bank President Joe Pope discuss their partnership as they worked to bring a seamless brokerage and banking experience to investors.Published: 12/08/2011
Dan Caplinger, Daily Finance
Dan Caplinger with AOL’s Daily Finance cites Scottrade’s American Investor Survey in an article about baby boomers struggle to financially support their children and aging parents.Published: 11/30/2011
Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal mentions research findings from the 2011 American Investor Study released by Scottrade, Inc. The survey reveals an increased amount of stress among baby boomers who are financially supporting their parents and their children.
Lisa Shidler, RIA Biz
Brian Davis, director of Scottrade Advisor Services, explains how low-cost services are what help attract registered investment advisors to Scottrade as a custodial platform.
Brett DiDonato, Online Broker Review
Online Broker Review writes about Scottrade’s new mobile app for Android. The app allows investors to trade stocks and research the stock market through their smartphone.
Jack Butler, The Collegian
The Collegian talks to two college students who are setting aside money now in order to better prepare for retirement.Published: 11/10/2011
David N. Bass, The American Spectator
David N. Bass with The American Spectator raises questions about the growing “wealth-gap” and how that affects Millennials in their retirement savings plans.
John Dodge, Enterprise CIO
Scottrade CIO Ian Patterson and Scottrade Bank CEO Joe Pope talk to Enterprise CIO Forum about banking for a discount brokerage.
Billy Dukes, ultimateclassicrock.com
Ultimate Classic Rock talks about how a song from the 1970s is coming back to life through a Scottrade commercial.
Chris Camillo, CNBC.com
Chris Camillo, well-known self-directed investor and author of the book “Laughing at Wall Street,” explains how becoming an information arbitrage investor can help the average consumer find investing opportunities in their everyday lives.