The clip begins with a static top-down shot of a desktop. A notebook appears with "To do list" written at the top. A potted plant sits above the notebook. A cup of coffee, a pair of glasses, and the corner of an iPad are located to the right of the notebook.
A hand enters the screen and picks up the pen.
Have a stock in mind that you want to learn more about?
"Research a single stock" is written in the notebook next to an empty box.
The frame cuts to a full screenshot of the Schwab.com client Account Summary page. Accounts, Trade, Research, Products, Guidance, and Service appear in the navigation bar at the top of the screen.
Rollover "Research" and click "U.S. Markets."
The curser rolls over "Research," then clicks on "U.S. Markets" from the dropdown menu in the navigation.
A new page loads with Market Indices and details are listed on the screen.
Enter the stock symbol in the search field.
The cursor selects a stock symbol.
The page will automatically update with a high-level overview of the stock.
Stock details for Apple Inc. appear on the screen.
At the top are the Quote Details…
A portion of the screen is highlighted on the left.
And Ratings, including proprietary and 3rd party ratings.
A portion of the screen is highlighted on the right.
Several features can be expanded for more details and interactivity.
The cursor scrolls down through the stock details and clicks on a double ended arrow and the stock details are expanded.
For example, the expanded Chart allows you to customize your own timeframe and add technical indicators.
The cursor clicks on the date section and selects a month and year. A new line graph chart appears with red, blue, and green lines moving in a zig-zag motion across the chart. The cursor clicks a button labeled, "Go."
The chart disappears and a new screenshot of "Expected Earnings" is displayed. The "News" section takes up the screen and includes article links and headlines.
News reveals the most recent articles published about the company, with easy to scan headlines and the ability to filter sources and announcement types.
A bar graph appears on the screen. The cursor clicks a double-ended arrow and additional "News" details appear.
The expanded Dividends feature shows how much and how often a company's dividend payouts have historically been.
The cursor selects another double-ended arrow, and a new screenshot appears with "Dividends" details.
Upbeat music plays in the background.
We cut back to the top-down shot of the desktop, zoomed in a bit closer to "To do list" in the notebook. We see a checkmark animate in the box next to "Researching a single stock" indicating that the task has been complete.
The screen transitions to a dark blue background with "Visit Schwab.com/HowToCenter for more videos."
The screen fades to the Charles Schwab logo with the following disclosures beneath:
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