Robinhood App Review After 2 Years of Use

Robinhood stock trading app review after 2 years of use.
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I’ve been trading with the Robinhood app for about two years, so I thought I’d give you my honest review of the Robinhood stock trading app and what they currently offer their customers.

Everybody knows Robinhood has commission-free stock trades, but they’ve got free crypto and options trading as well. They’ve also got Robinhood Gold that recently updated its subscription features. For just $5 a month, you’ll get premium research articles, level two market data, higher instant deposits and access to margin trading.

Robinhood is also currently working on a money management account that’s basically a savings account, advertised to pay a 3% yield.

Robinhood isn’t for every type of investor, but I’ll cover the pros and cons of my own experience, so you can decide for yourself if they’re a brokerage worth using. Thanks for watching and please share it if you got some good value out of it.



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46 Replies to “Robinhood App Review After 2 Years of Use”

  1. So I got robinhood and my free share was Berkshire Hathaway and my thought was this is too good to be true it’s a scam but I soon realized I was just a lucky ass mf😂

  2. Lmao I like how u said it in the same manner twice “as Long as it’s less than a thousand bucks”😂😂Still watching I get it so far

  3. I got a 200.00 stock on my 3rd referral. I’m going to try and get it to 500.00 with referrals to get my feet wet with trading.

  4. I'm VERY new to stocks. I actually just bought my first "stock" (literally 1 of some marijuana company, dont judge me, I'm trying to figure this jibberish out)

    Trying to figure out how to set it so if it reaches a certain figure to make it sell itself?

  5. So when waiting 3 days for the withdrawal, does the cash remain in stock? Does the value continue to fluctuate with trading, while you wait 3 days for the withdrawal to go through? Or does the value of your withdrawal freeze when you initiate the withdrawal?

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