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Robinhood: Not So Deep Dive

Listen On: Spotify Google Podcasts Apple Podcasts Watch on YouTube Show Notes (Ryan) What they do: Robinhood is a commission-free brokerage platform, I believe the first. So, for anyone unfamiliar, the brokerage system for a long time required anyone that was buying or selling a security to pay a fee. So if I wanted to buy 10 shares of starbucks, I would pay $5 when I bought and when I sold. Robinhood cut that to zero and the way they did this is by rerouting trade orders to

Episode 92: Interview with Bill Brewster

***Use our link or enter promo code “CCM” at checkout to get $10 off your first month at 7investing*** On this week’s episode, we got to chat with Bill Brewster. Bill runs Sullimar Capital, a family office, and does a weekly show with Tobias Carlisle and Jake Taylor called Value After Hours. We had a fantastic discussion with Bill surrounding Robinhood and how they can build a better environment for long-term investors instead of day traders. If you use Robinhood as your brok

Robinhood has Major Problems. Can They be Fixed?

Robinhood’s slogan is “Investing for Everyone.” I have a revision that actually fits their business strategy: “Robinhood: Gambling for Everyone.” The company has turned investing, a way to build wealth through the power of compound interest, into a gamified app that treats the market as a virtual casino. Users are nudged to act irrationally through the same psychological tricks social media companies implement to keep us glued to our devices. Trust me when I say this is not g

Why I’m Leaving Robinhood for Schwab

It’s not you Robinhood, it’s me. Well, actually, it’s mostly you. I have two investment accounts. One is a ROTH IRA through Charles Schwab where I plan to buy ETFs and hold them forever. I chose Schwab because they offered commission-free trades (this was two years ago, before their recent announcement) on their own ETFs. The other account I have is an individual brokerage account where I buy common stocks. I originally chose Robinhood for this individual account. I knew they

Robintrack: the Best Investing Site You’ve Never Heard Of

I recently discovered Robintrack, a website dedicated to (you guessed it) tracking the investment moves of Robinhood users. Chart screenshots periodically show up on Twitter, so if you’ve seen anything like this before, chances are it came from Robintrack: The beauty of these charts is their simplicity. The green line shows how many users owned a company over a certain time frame, and the pink line is the stock price over that same period. However, within these charts is a tr

 

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