Call it the Coinbase model of doing business.
TD Ameritrade can’t be hit with a class-action over payment for order flow, so the little app that sometimes couldn’t probably can’t, either.
This time, though, it’s for taking money from the poor.
Maybe because the SPAC cops are the only regulators left on a beat.
No one’s giving them a blank check anymore.
Like another company going public via SPAC giving you access to the IPOs it’s choosing to shun.
Throw in some Coinbase and Cubes and the future of investing has arrived.
The hits keep coming for Gabe Plotkin.
You know, when Elizabeth Warren puts it that way.
FINRA can always be counted on to offer a relative bright spot in a legal and regulatory hellscape.
GME is back on Robinhood. But so are the SEC and class-action lawyers.
Steve Cohen wants everyone to “chile” out.
Letting the Redditors have their fun seems to be a bipartisan point of agreement, which is great, because it probably can’t be stopped.
Preet Bharara or Gary Gensler might not have much to do come Jan. 20.
If you’ve got something tech-looking, file for an IPO immediately.
The SPAC-and-IPO party on Wall Street will have to stand in for the traditional holiday festivities this year.
Quantopian’s take from the rich and make people poor ethos finds a home at Robinhood.
There are some growing pains at baby’s first brokerage.
Because Robinhood’s gotta plead ignorance (and probably a $10 million-plus settlement) on this one.
It’s not you, England (read: Brexit). It’s us (read: glitches, etc.).