Online trading platform marketing overview
Online trading platform markets are getting larger and more accessible in comparison to the last decade. It has been growing rapidly since the 1990’s as for the high-speed computers and the network connecting people from all around the world. Going back in time, traders had to take care of their transactions and also buy and sell products via fax machines, mail, and telephones. The mentioned process was so slow that it made inventors find a better way to trade in order to save more time and cost.
Trading markets are divided into four categories:
· Stock market with the global market value of $80 trillion.
· Government bond10y
Technical traders use a variety of stock charts to analyze market data in order to pinpoint optimum entry and exit points for their trades.
The impact of coronavirus on the market
During the coronavirus global outbreak which has entirely transformed the market landscape, the necessity of online trading has been approved more than before. More companies invested on digital currencies and many other investable items online, and more people trusted the online trading platforms to put their assets in there to save up and raise more.
Traders and investors are able to position trades online and track accounts. The online trading platforms offer additional services, including premium analysis, new feeds, charting software, and many more.
According to a recently published report, the leading players operating in the global online trading platform market, are:
· Ally Financial, Inc.
· Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
· Coddle Technologies
· E*TRADE Financial Corporation
· Interactive Brokers LLC
· Intercontinental Exchange, Inc.
· Lime Brokerage LLC (LightSpeed)
· Lumen trades, Inc.
· Ninja Trader Group, LLC
· Sharekhan & BNP Paribas Financial Services Ltd.
· TD Ameritrade, Inc.
· Trade Smart Online
· TradeStation Group, Inc.
Market size and forecast
Ø Based on a report released by QY Reseach, the global online trading platform market is predicted to achieve a value of approximately US$21.9 Bn by the end of 2025 while expanding at a moderate CAGR of 4.9% between 2019 and2025. In 2018, the global market value reached US$13.3 Bn.
Ø In 2019, the global Online Trading Platform market size was USUSD 14070 million and it is expected to reach USUSD 19740 million by the end of 2026, with a CAGR of 4.9% during 2021-2026.
Ø The coronavirus crisis caused client assets to drop almost 14% industry-wide from January to March 2020.
Ø Over half of all brokerage clients make between zero and three trades per year.
Online brokers' daily average trades
Here is the link to the statistics of the daily average trades (DATs) for five brokers and daily average revenue trades (DARTs) for Charles Schwab.
The Online Trading Platform report studies decisive segments of the market,
Based on Applications
· Institutional Investors
· Retail Investors
Based on types
· Transaction Fees
· other related ones
Based on regions
· North America
· South America
· Middle East
Based on component
Online trading platform market outlook
2020 was a year of surprises. There was the speed at which the pandemic escalated, the severity of the lockdowns, the size of the government stimulus measures globally and the magnitude of the equity market rebounds.
Perhaps the biggest surprise is that global equities, as of late November, have gained around 12% since the beginning of the year—an outcome few would have predicted during a global pandemic.
The unpredictable situations such as the result of an election, new types of viruses, and many more can define financial markets.
It is notable that today’s market is not actually a suitable one for all types of investors as investing itself involves risks.
The one thing we are sure about is that the online platforms are getting more popular day by day, and so is happening for online trading platforms.