Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge are in the process of rolling out a version update which is impacting some nabtrade functionality, including buy/sell buttons and certain page loads. If you are a Chrome or Edge user and are experiencing these problems, please visit the following FAQ to review the steps that need to be taken to prevent this issue from occurring.
We've made changes to the company quote page to improve usability. You'll see we have amended this content to help answer some common questions about a company: who are they, what do they do, how they have performed, who their competitors are and what their current news is.
These questions are designed to provide you with an initial overview of a company.
Here you can access a quick and easy snapshot of information about a company, their sector composition, peers and industry segments.
The performance of the company is now separated into recent price trends, dividend outlook and earnings performance. The relative price volatility is also compared to other similar stocks in its sector.
This section shows the price performance and volume of shares traded over the period reviewed. The text provides a technical overview of what has occurred.
Buying stocks for their dividends is a strategy that can be appealing to investors looking to generate income or to build wealth by reinvesting dividends. The projected dividend provides a snapshot of what the predicted dividend forecasts are likely to be over the next two quarters.
Knowing how much a company is earning can help you gain insight into how well a company is run and whether it is performing well. Here you can see earnings information over the last four years.
This section looks at the Beta of the company. The Beta is a measure of the volatility of the returns compared to the entire market. A company with a higher beta has greater risk and also greater expected returns.
Here we provide alternate investments you may like to consider. Highlighted companies are shown by their market cap, growth in revenue and Earnings Per Share (EPS).
Keeping up to date with the latest news and announcements will help give you a better chance of acting quickly to take advantage of opportunities or avoiding losses. The recent headlines for a stock are provided here, with more available by clicking on the news and announcements tab.
If you preferred the old layout, don’t worry you can use the toggle at the top right-hand corner of the page to revert to the previous layout.
We have partnered with a number of leading global research providers to help you learn more about your current holdings or potential investments. Each provider utilises different methodologies, allowing you to view potential investments through multiple lenses. When used independently or combined, these lenses can help you make more informed investment decisions.
The new research tab layout now groups together the four main types of research available for stocks:
1. Consensus – Rates a stock by relying on the wisdom of the crowd.
2. Technical – Leverages market data to identify trends and make predictions about the future price movements of a stock.
3. Quantitative – Considers factors which are measurable in numerical terms (e.g. P/E ratio).
4. Qualitative – Considers factors which are based on the character or quality of the variables (e.g. Management).
We’re always listening to customers to help improve our trading experience. The new layout is designed to answer some simple initial questions about the company: who are they, what do they do, how they've performed, who their competitors are and what their current news is. These questions are designed to provide you an initial overview of a company.
Yes, you can toggle between the previous and the new layout, located at the top right-hand corner of the Overview or Research tabs.
No, all the information can still be found within the information tabs on the quote page of a company or ETF. We have simply brought some of the information forward to help answer common questions on a company.
Yes, we value your feedback. If you use the toggle to go back to the classic view, there is the option to tell us what you think of the new experience.