May Brought Back Retail Trading Activity

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After a less active April, Finance Magnates Intelligence examined the c Template data for May, to find an interesting change. Shortly before the summer break, retail investors were back in front of their devices, trading more than usual.

In the previous month, we found both the total monthly inflows as well as outflows from the retail accounts registered a decrease. In May, we saw an improvement. The total average monthly deposits grew to $14,630 from $11,360. Thus, a new record was seen in our data. The previous highest average deposit value was, seen in February, $14,482.

We also saw some growth in the case of the monthly withdrawals. The average value of monthly withdrawals grew to $8,146 from $5,221, which was witnessed in April. Although the May result is not the highest in our history, it shows the increasing activity of retail traders. The April result was the lowest identified in the last 12 months.

Retail Investors Trading More

As we discuss the activity, it is worth noting that the most recent data shows an increase in the number of transactions. The average value grew to 285 transactions per merchant in May. In the previous month, there were 239 transactions. This time the most active traders were in Kuwait with a result of 320 transactions.

Overall, the performance metrics have continued to grow over the last 12 months. This looks interesting as it may indicate either an increase in algae usage or some change in business patterns.

Finance Magnates Intelligence will monitor industry activity in the coming months. Stay tuned for more industry-related research, or contact us directly for additional research requests.

After a less active April, Finance Magnates Intelligence examined the c Template data for May, to find an interesting change. Shortly before the summer break, retail investors were back in front of their devices, trading more than usual.

In the previous month, we found both the total monthly inflows as well as outflows from the retail accounts registered a decrease. In May, we saw an improvement. The total average monthly deposits grew to $14,630 from $11,360. Thus, a new record was seen in our data. The previous highest average deposit value was, seen in February, $14,482.

We also saw some growth in the case of the monthly withdrawals. The average value of monthly withdrawals grew to $8,146 from $5,221, which was witnessed in April. Although the May result is not the highest in our history, it shows the increasing activity of retail traders. The April result was the lowest identified in the last 12 months.

Retail Investors Trading More

As we discuss the activity, it is worth noting that the most recent data shows an increase in the number of transactions. The average value grew to 285 transactions per merchant in May. In the previous month, there were 239 transactions. This time the most active traders were in Kuwait with a result of 320 transactions.

Overall, the performance metrics have continued to grow over the last 12 months. This looks interesting as it may indicate either an increase in algae usage or some change in business patterns.

Finance Magnates Intelligence will monitor industry activity in the coming months. Stay tuned for more industry-related research, or contact us directly for additional research requests.

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