Daily Average Revenue Trades (DARTs)

What is ‘Daily Average Revenue Trades – DARTs’

A common metric used in the investment brokerage industry that represents the number of trades from which a given broker can expect to generate revenue through commissions or fees on any given day.

Explaining ‘Daily Average Revenue Trades – DARTs’

Daily average revenue trades are closely monitored by analysts who follow this sector because much of the profit made by discount brokerages is generated from the commissions on trades.

Further Reading

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