As much as Robinhood contributed to the stock's gains, it's also drawn flak from users, Wall Street and the US government for how it handled the activity. It reversed that decision the next day and posted on its blog about what happened in all that stock trading. In short, regulations required it to have a certain amount of money on hand to cover stock trades, and it simply didn't have enough at the time. While Robinhood users are able to trade stocks of GameStop and other companies with volatile prices, there are still questions about the events of last week, including whether something like that will happen again.
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WallStreetBets: Robinhood Stops Purchase of GameStop, AMC Stock
The volume of GameStop shares surged to over million on Monday and Tuesday, dropping to a still-high 91 million on Wednesday and 42 million on Thursday. On Jan. This means clients must hold more equity in their accounts to make these trades when using margin. The brokerage firm, which was bought by Schwab on Oct. Advisors can still handle trades in these stocks for their clients. Fiduciary Standard.
Some major brokerage houses have begun to respond to a frenetic surge in the price of shares of certain companies that has been attributed to rabid buying by individual investors inspired by social-media platforms. Charles Schwab, which bought TD Ameritrade but operates it as an independent retail brokerage, said that it has tightened margin requirements in some of those stocks, including GameStop. A Schwab spokeswoman said that the platform changed its margin requirements, limiting how much an investor can borrow, on Jan. EXPR,
NEW YORK — Robinhood and other retail brokerages took steps to tamp down the speculative frenzy surrounding companies such as GameStop, but the actions only sparked more volatility in the market and an outcry from users of the platforms and some members of Congress who say small investors are being treated unfairly. Robinhood said Thursday that investors would only be able to sell their positions and not open new ones in some cases. Robinhood also required investors to put up more of their own money for certain trades instead of using borrowed funds.