In terms of gauging when a stock market correction is over, there's a lot of misconceptions out there, says Charles Schwab's Kleintop.
Charles Schwab is poised to grow more, which resulted in Trefis giving the brokerage's stock a $55 price target.
The stock market repriced without a recession, which Charles Schwab said is good news.
Volatility caused the stock sell-off, not the other way around, says Charles Schwab strategist Liz Ann Sonders.
With volatility back and likely here to stay, getting some defensive investments in your portfolio can help, says Charles Schwab.
Charles Schwab set a new client assets record in January but is preparing for mutual fund clearing services outflows of up to $100 billion.
Charles Schwab's chief-fixed income strategist Kathy Jones thinks interest rates will "grind higher" this year.
Charles Schwab's move to lower the minimum amount to invest has resonated with smaller investors.
Volatility is back and isn't going anywhere, although Schwab doesn't think the bull run is at risk as of yet.
Charles Schwab said that the stock market correction won't lead to more economic pain given strong corporate earnings and economic growth.