OMAHA, Nebraska — Online brokerage TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. will release its fiscal third-quarter earnings report Tuesday morning.
The Omaha, Nebraska, based company makes money from trading commissions and generates revenue from assets it holds for clients and fees for advice.
The company's results are likely to be solid because recent volatility will boost trading, but the current low interest rates limit Ameritrade's asset-based revenue.
The analysts surveyed by FactSet expect Ameritrade to report earnings per share of 36 cents on $797 million revenue.
TD Ameritrade could be hurt by recent technical glitches that disrupted orders for its clients and a separate glitch that forced the New York Stock Exchange to shut down for several hours. But it's yet not clear how investors will view those problems.