The Full List of Stocks Robinhood is Blocking Users From Buying
The full list of stocks Robinhood blocked today is circulating the Internet. Wallstreetbets vows to send these stocks to the moon as the group of redditors declare war–
FRIDAY 9:30 AM–
Robinhood and other brokers will allow users to trade the following stocks on a limited basis. So, you can attempt to buy these stocks tomorrow, but you may not be successful. Post-market data suggests these stocks will have a good day tomorrow as they are already picking up momentum. Just remember, these are volatile stocks, so exercise caution.
UPDATE–Robinhood has restricted users to these limits
The table below shows the maximum number of shares Robinhood permits in an acount. Please note that these are aggregate limits for each security and not per-order limits, and include shares and options contracts the account holder already holds. Also, these limits may be subject to change throughout the day, per Robinhood.
|AG||5||Standard limits apply|
|AMD||1||Standard limits apply|
|GTE||150||Standard limits apply|
|JAGX||30||Standard limits apply|
|MRNA||1||Standard limits apply|
|RYCEY||75||Standard limits apply|
|SLV||5||Standard limits apply|
|WKHS||3||Standard limits apply|
|XM||2||Standard limits apply|
Robinhood Will Allow Limited Buys of Restricted Stocks on Friday
Report: Google Removing Negative Robinhood Reviews
Earlier reports showed Robinhood’s star rating fall to 1-star on Google’s app store. (Note, the following tweet mentions Best Buy as a Robinhood restricted stock, but it should be Bed Bath & Beyond $BBBY).
Rep. Paul Gosar — R from AZ — on the Events
Robinhood’s Most Egregious Act May Be Selling Shares Without Consent of the Account Owner
Several hundred Robinhood account owners reported shares automatically being sold at a price that was near the day’s low. The fact the shares were sold near the days low suggest they didn’t sell for the account owners benefit “to mitigate risk.”
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