Robinhood

Robinhood May Face $10M Fine Over Payments From High-speed Traders

Robinhood May Face $10M Fine Over Payments From High-speed Traders

Dive Brief: Robinhood Markets faces a civil fraud investigation and a potential fine of more than $10 million from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for failing to disclose until 2018 that it sold its clients’ orders to high-speed trading firms, sources told The Wall Street Journal.

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Will Regulators Make an Example of Trading Unicorn Robinhood?

Will Regulators Make an Example of Trading Unicorn Robinhood?

After three major outages in quick succession, US trading app Robinhood is probably wishing it had put that contingency plan in place, despite the unlikely odds of ever needing it.

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Hackers? Leap Day? Nope, Just Plain Old Internet Hysteria Took Down Stock-trading-for-noobs App RobinHood

Hackers? Leap Day? Nope, Just Plain Old Internet Hysteria Took Down Stock-trading-for-noobs App RobinHood

DNS overload, as usual, blamed for two-day outage An app, dubbed RobinHood, designed for armchair Gordon Gekkos to trade shares and crypto-currencies with ease, fell offline for two days this week – after netizens flooded it hoping to exploit stock-market wobbles over the coronavirus epidemic. Or so we’re told.

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