February 15, 2011 08:10 ET

Equity Research on Morgan Stanley and Charles Schwab Corp. -- Brokerage Industry Eyeing Regulatory Changes

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - February 15, 2011) - has a handpicked team of market professionals with over 100 years of combined investing experience. Today they are providing members comprehensive research on the investment brokerage - national industry and are offering free analytical research on Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) and Charles Schwab Corp. (NYSE: SCHW). Register with us today at to have free access to this research and speak to one of our pros.

Some investment banks are closely eyeing the progress of the U.S Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The CFTC had been assigned by the Dodd-Frank law to increase the transparency of the derivatives trade market. The commission is claiming that it is underfunded and has already missed several deadlines. The CFTC has asked for more funding but may be denied as President Obama reveals the 2012 fiscal budget this month. Visit to see how companies in this industry have grown over the past years and how they are expected to perform in the future. is the Ultimate Trading Environment for investors. If you are considering owning Morgan Stanley and Charles Schwab Corp. then you should sign up for a free membership and our complimentary reports today at Over the last 5 years our returns outpaced any of the major indexes. Shine's performance in 2005 was +14%, 2006 + 26%, 2007 +99%, 2008 + 355% and 2009 + 46%. Sign up today to find out what you are missing. 

Banks like Morgan Stanley, may actual benefit from the continued delays on regulatory changes to the derivatives market. Morgan Stanley, along with 4 other banks, combined to make $28 billion via derivatives trades in 2009 prior to the laws passing. More transparent derivatives trading as a result of regulatory changes will likely lower the revenues for those profiting from it. Morgan Stanley report is accessible for free by registering today at

In other regulatory news, the Security Exchange Commission is investigating how commodity ETFs is being used. Investment brokers with increased ETF activity will likely be following the investigation. Retail investor ownership of ETFs improved by 61% last year at Charles Schwab Corp. The findings of the SEC are not yet known and there is currently insufficient evidence to predict how the results of the investigation will affect the industry. Charles Schwab Corp. report is accessible for free by registering today at


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