Jackie Shroyer

Jackie is a Senior Research Associate for e-Monitor and Broker Monitor at Corporate Insight.

Email: jshroyer@corporateinsight.com

Author's Posts

Taking the Robo out of Robo-Advice: TD Ameritrade’s Green Room Guy Heads up New Ad Campaign

February 08, 2017 by
The brokerage industry has seen an explosion of new digital advice offerings over the past year. Because many of these offerings provide investors comparable returns at comparable prices, it has become increasingly important that these firms distinguish themselves from competitors, and corporate branding is an obvious way to do so. Shortly following the launch of […]

Morgan Stanley and Ellevest Lead the Fight To Close The Gender Gap in Investing

October 11, 2016 by
It is an exciting time in the financial services industry for women. Recently, two firms—Morgan Stanley and Ellevest—made significant strides in the fight to close the gender gap in investing: Morgan Stanley implemented a framework that embraces “female-friendly” investment approaches, and Ellevest raised $9 million in funding. Morgan Stanley With the recent addition of a […]

How Blooom Helps Investors Grow Their Retirement Savings

August 18, 2016 by
It is no question that Americans need all the help they can get when it comes to retirement. As pension plans become increasingly uncommon, more and more Americans must bear the risk and responsibility of funding their own retirement. To make matters worse, navigating a personal retirement plan such as a 401(k) or IRA and […]

InVest Conference Review

July 06, 2016 by
From the rise of robo advisors to the recent DOL ruling, the wealth management industry faces pressure to provide clients with a better user experience, more investment options, more transparency and reduced fees. Corporate Insight recently attended the 2016 In|Vest conference on these and other current and future market trends.

Around the Brokerage Industry: Ellevest

June 02, 2016 by
Over the past several months, the influx of robo-advisors has taken the financial advisory community by storm. As this particular market continues to evolve and expand, online financial advice and portfolio management is becoming more accessible to a wider variety of investors—namely, women. On May 11, 2016, Sallie Krawcheck, former Citigroup CFO, launched Ellevest, an […]

Should I Buy or Should I Sell? TipRanks Holds Financial Analysts Accountable For Investment Recommendations

April 11, 2016 by
Over the past several months, firms throughout the brokerage industry have begun to integrate social sentiment tools into their stock research offerings. As we mentioned recently, many of these tools continue to capture chatter that is either irrelevant to a company’s financial health or provided by unverified sources. In late January, E*TRADE integrated a tool […]

Around the Industry: OpenFolio

February 03, 2016 by
OpenFolio was founded in 2013 to offer the benefits of a collaborative Wall Street trading floor to the online masses. The financial social network allows users to share investing ideas and insights freely by opening their portfolios to others in their network to benchmark their performance and learn from their successes and failures. Users can […]

#Trending: Does Twitter Add Value to Stock Research?

December 02, 2015 by
Social media has become a powerful platform for evaluating public sentiment and, more recently, a popular forum for analyzing financial trends. This January, TD Ameritrade became the first brokerage firm within Corporate Insight’s e-Monitor coverage group to introduce social media, specifically Twitter, as a stock research tool for clients. Fidelity recently followed suit with the […]

Will Robo-Advisors for Women Close the Gender Gap in the Financial Industry?

November 02, 2015 by
In August, Tina Powell launched an online investing platform geared specifically toward women: SheCapital. According to SheCapital’s website, women are still earning just 79% of what their male counterparts earn, despite the rising number of women holding advanced degrees in the workforce. Furthermore, they tend to live longer than men, which places them at a […]