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Robinhood - Finance's Facebook - How it went from hero to zero in 24 hours. - kafa88 - 01-31-2021

<p>[Resim: Robinhood-UK_1_trans_NvBQzQNjv4BqqiUuvBi...svPRnk.png]<br></p><p><br></p><p><br></p><p><br></p><p><div style="text-align: justify;">With an easy-to-use interface, no fees, and a democratic promise of finance, Robinhood has become the stock trading app for millennials valued at more than $ 11 billion (8 billion). pound)Over the past few days, the trading app has been the most downloaded in the United States.Reddit users have posted screenshots showing that they've made tens of thousands on hyperactive stocks like GameStop too. Help But now, politicians and individual investors have accused the market manipulation firm after stopping all users from deducting 13 stocks - including GameStop, BlackBerry, Nokia and AMC - for full-day trading, while hedge funds can buy it. And sell freely, see fit It's the rage that covers even the most improbable: Republican Senator Ted Cruz and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Member of the Democratic Parliament</div><div style="text-align: justify;"><br></div><div style="text-align: justify;">This is serious,” Cortez wrote on <a href=""><b>เกมสล็อตฟรี</b></a> Twitter. “Commission auditors should investigate any retail services freezing stock purchases during a potential investigation, especially allowing them to sell.It was a huge blow to the reputation for a fast-growing app that was catching a glimpse of its own stock market debut and rapidly reaching 13 million Baiju Bhatt and Vladimir Tenev, who became disillusioned with Wall Street, the company claims to focus on The "things that are not" of the world have always been. The couple, who met as students at Stanford University, often said they were inspired by the 2011 Occupy Wall Street protest.As the name suggests, the app allows anyone with a bank account to purchase parts of the publicly traded company. The ease of trading is combined with the popularity of the forum where young first time traders can discuss where to hedge their bets, which helps coincide with the Amateur trading</div><div style="text-align: justify;"><br></div><div style="text-align: justify;">They built a user interface that was very intuitive and easy to trade," said Sheel Mohnot, a venture capitalist who funded early stage companies. Will that incentivize more people to trade? Mohnot was in the fence of the house, was that a bad thing? But I definitely believe, “It's a lot like gambling - and I think that's just a fraction of their audience.Simple designs and cute emojis promise promise, risky options and cryptocurrencies tend to fluctuate. The mission of opening the market to everyone has attracted criticism. But critics have questioned whether it is held accountable.Last year, Alexander Kearns, a 20-year-old student in Nebraska, committed suicide after mistaking him in debt of $ 730,000 for seeing a negative balance on the app. After the incident, Tenev and Bhatt said they were "regretting" Mr Kearns' death and pledged to improve the app's educational resources related to options trading.</div><div style="text-align: justify;"><br></div><div style="text-align: justify;">They also said they would clearly show users' financial risks when trading options on the app.It's not over us that our company and services have become synonymous with retail investment in America, and this has led to millions of new investors making their first investment through Robinhood," they said. This deep responsibility, and we don't mind it, our ambition is to create, lead and go beyond the status quo.Trading may be free. But there is a cost When users buy or sell shares in the app, the company will place orders through third-party market makers such as Citadel, a company trying to bail Melvin Capital after a short tenure at GameStop Robinhood was fined $ 65 million by The U.S. securities regulator last year for allegedly misleading clients over commission fees and deals with high-speed trading firms.The lawsuit alleges that Robinhood laid down a "payment process" to maintain the best possible trading price, and critics cautioned that opacity means that third parties can use the information to precede the deal.</div><div style="text-align: justify;"><br></div><div style="text-align: justify;">Robinhood said at the time the fines were followed. It also generates interest on dormant cash in the app, additional fees for transfers to other brokers and for premium accounts. On the website it is stated that generate income to help. "Investors Daily"</div><div style="text-align: justify;">But the decision to close the GameStop party seems at odds with those interests. The stock hit an all-time high of $ 492.02 per share on Thursday, up from a low of $ 3.30 in 2019, just more than half a minute later when Robinhood limited its new position.GameStop has now raised a whopping 143pc premarket. After some platforms stop trading The app said it made a decision to protect investors from market volatility. But the move has alarmed investors and sell off shares, bringing prices lower.More brokers and clearing firms, as appropriate to the concern, could have more repercussions if the watchdog stepped in.The furious merchant began publishing conspiracy theories that Robinhood's hands were forced after.</div></p><p class="sceditor-nlf"><br></p>