Interactive Brokers adds more Statement/Balance Sheet Columns in TWS


Online trading services provider Interactive Brokers Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:IBKR) keeps enhancing the functionalities of its proprietary TWS platform.

The broker has added a new series of more than 30 new statement and balance sheet-focused Fundamentals columns to the TWS layout. Traders can add these columns to a watchlist, quote monitor and other TWS tools by holding the mouse over a current data column on a tool until the “Insert Column” command appear. Then all one has to do is to click Insert Column and scroll to the Fundamentals – Statements/Balance Sheet section.

The list of new columns includes:

  • Capital expenditure – MRQ – Capital expenditure for the most recent interim period.
  • Capital expenditure – MRY – Capital expenditure for the most recent fiscal year.
  • Cash and short term investments – MRQ – Cash and short term investments for the most recent interim period.
  • Cash from operating activities – MRQ – Cash from operating activities from the most recent interim period.
  • Cash from operating activities – MRY – Cash from operating activities from the most recent fiscal year.
  • EBIT – MRQ – Earnings before interest and tax for the most recent interim period. Computed as total revenue – total operating expenses + operating interest expense for this same period, excluding non-operating income and expenses.
  • EBIT – MRY – Earnings before interest and tax for the most recent interim period. Computed as total revenue – total operating expenses + operating interest expense for this same period, excluding non-operating income and expenses.
  • EBITD – Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization is the EBIT for the trailing twelve month period + depreciation and amortization expenses (from the statement of Cash Flows) over the same TTM period.
  • EBITD – MRQ – Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization is the EBIT for most recent interim period + depreciation and amortization expenses (from the statement of Cash Flows) over the same TTM period.
  • EPS Change TTM% – The percent change in the trailing twelve month’s EPS as compared to the same period’s EPS one year ago. Calculated as the trailing twelve month EPS – the trailing 12 month EPS from a year ago / the trailing 12 month EPS from a year ago x 100.
  • EPS excluding extraordinary items – MRY – Calculated as the adjusted income available for common stockholders for the most recent fiscal year / the most recent fiscal year’s diluted weighted average shares outstanding.
  • Earnings before taxes – Also known as Pretax Income and Earnings before Taxes, this is the Total Revenue for the most recent TTM period – Total Expense + Non-operating Income (expenses) for the same period.
  • Financing cash flow items – MRQ – Financing cash flow items for the most recent interim period.
  • Financing cash flow items – MRY – Financing cash flow items for the most recent fiscal year.
  • Interest exp. (inc.), net-operating – MRQ – The total operating and nonoperating income expense for the most recent interim period.
  • Interest exp. (inc.), net-operating – MRY – The total operating and nonoperating income expense for the most recent fiscal period.
  • Investing cash flow items – MRQ – Investing cash flow items for the most recent interim period.
  • Investing cash flow items – MRY – Investing cash flow items for the most recent fiscal year.
  • Net issuance of debt – MRQ – Net issuance of debt for the most recent interim period.
  • Net issuance of debt – MRY – Net issuance of debt for the most recent fiscal period.
  • Net issuance of stock – MRQ – Net issuance of stock for the most recent interim period.
  • Net issuance of stock – MRY – Net issuance of stock for the most recent fiscal period.
  • Notes payable/short term debt – MRQ – Notes payable/short term debt for the most recent interim period.
  • Notes payable/short term debt – MRY – Notes payable/short term debt for the most recent fiscal year.
  • Operating income – MRQ – The amount of profit realized by a business after deducting its operating expenses over the most recent interim period.
  • Operating income – MRY – The amount of profit realized by a business after deducting its operating expenses over the most recent fiscal year.
  • Return on average assets % – Income after taxes for the trailing twelve months /average total assets expressed as a percentage. Average total assets is calculated by adding the total assets for the five most recent quarters and dividing by 5.
  • Return on average assets – MRY – Income after taxes for the most recent fiscal year /average total assets expressed as a percentage. Average total assets is the average of total assets at the beginning and end of the year.
  • Return on investment % – The trailing twelve months Income after Taxes / Average Total Long Term Debt, Other Long Term Liabilities and Shareholder Equity, expressed as a percentage.
  • Return on investment – MRY  – The annual Income after Taxes / Average Total Long Term Debt, Other Long Term Liabilities and Shareholder Equity, expressed as a percentage.
  • Total assets – MRQ – Total assets for the most recent interim period.
  • Total common equity – MRQ – Total common equity for the most recent interim period.
  • Total current assets – MRQ – Total current assets for the most recent interim period.
  • Total current assets – MRY – Total current assets for the most recent fiscal year.
  • Total current liabilities – MRQ – Total current liabilities for the most recent interim period.
  • Total current liabilities – MRY – Total current liabilities for the most recent fiscal year.
  • Total liabilities – MRQ – Total liabilities for the most recent interim period.
  • Total long-term debt – MRQ – Total long-term debt for the most recent interim period.

LeapRate has been keeping you updated about the latest enhancements to the TWS platform. The new build of TWS also offers more options to let traders configure the platform. In addition, the latest version of TWS offers more opportunities for trading multiple orders and is improving work with Algos.

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