IBOS member Royal Bank of Canada’s (RBC) Direct Investing has announced the launch of its customisable, web-based trading dashboard, which is free and accessible for all clients.
In response to client feedback, the Trading Dashboard includes several features that make it stand out in the Canadian online brokerage space.
This dynamic Trading Dashboard elevates the trading experience for self-directed investors, making it easier to monitor and trade with confidence. The features include:
- The ability to easily customise views with the investor’s choice of interactive components and widgets, providing advanced traders with full control of how they view market data;
- News and research readily accessible on the Dashboard;
- Advanced charting capabilities, drawing tools, and real-time visual indicators to give investors an in-depth picture of North American equity markets, making it easier to spot opportunities and act on them; and
- Online video tutorials embedded in the Dashboard to help clients get started and make full use of this powerful platform.
The Trading Dashboard is the latest value-add for RBC Direct Investing, as it continues to build upon its self-serve options to bring investors a superior investing experience. Other enhancements include:
- A Value Analyser tool that gives clients a concise view of key information to help them evaluate a stock’s value, complete with a forecasting feature that shows the fair value of a company change, based on shifting assumptions for earnings growth.
- The consolidation of screeners for stocks, ETFs and mutual funds on one link in the navigation menu, so investors can populate a watch list with multiple investment products without the need to navigate from page to page.
- Free access to real-time streaming quotes for all clients.This includesLevel 2 quotes on TSX and TSX-V with real-time information about the top 10 bid and ask prices – essentially bringing clients onto the trading floor by enabling them to quickly move from monitoring up-to-the-moment information to placing trades.
Read more via RBC here.