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Charles Schwab (NYSE: SCHW) stock fell nearly 37% between February 20 and March 16. The decline in stock price was accompanied by the drop in total client assets and an increase in client cash as a % of client assets in February, as compared to the January figures.Further, daily average trades increased over the same period, which implies higher trading activity.Overall, Drop-in total client assets and negative market sentiment ( corona pandemic + oil price war) were the main reasons behind the drop in SCHW stock.In this analysis, we have compared Charles Schwab with its peers, to understand the reasons behind the drop in its stock price.
Jump in daily average trades implies higher trading activityThe widespread panic and negative sentiment have triggered a sell-off in the stock market. As a result, Charles Schwab's daily average trades increased by 23% in February as compared to the January figure. The numbers were comparable across its peers, as E*TRADE and TD Ameritrade also witnessed a similar trend (27% each).
Daily average trade - ETFC
Daily average trade - SCHW
Daily average trade - AMTD
Note: average daily trade figure for March (till date) is not available for TD Ameritrade
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