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Robinhood just got fined $1.25 million by its regulator for how it executed trades — and it highlights the issues that can arise with payment fo...
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority claimed the firm allowed hundreds of thousands of trades to fall outside its best execution reviews.
A Reddit trader claims to have found a new ‘infinite money’ glitch on Robinhood — one that piggybacks on November’s exploits
The strategy involves an "iron condor" options strategy, and the Reddit trader says it works with Facebook, Amazon, and Take-Two Interactive stock.
A spokesperson from the startup said Robinhood's decision to withdraw the application was voluntary.
‘If I had made the right trade I would have been retired now’ — a Reddit user who exploited the Robinhood ‘infinite money̵...
"It was an opportunity to be free from the chains of tuition and mortgages in one trade," Tomatotowers said.
Stock-trading apps make "money more ethereal, like a token in a video game, so users tend to treat it as a game credit rather than actual cash."
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Robinhood’s ‘infinite money’ glitch has reportedly drawn regulatory scrutiny — and the company could be fined
The Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority are the two agencies most likely to investigate the matter.
The jig is up: Robinhood says it’s closed the ‘infinite leverage’ loophole that allowed users to build positions worth millions
The trading platform has implemented a "permanent update" meant to "prevent anyone from engaging in this pattern of trades," a spokesperson said.