Robinhood, the millennial-focused investing app, has become one of the most popular stock market trading platforms in the last couple of years.
The app, which focuses on teaching millennials how to make smart investment decisions, has amped up its subscription-based features in the last year in effort to raise more money before going public.
On the surface, what company would be a better investment decision than one that’s sole service is to cater to the stock market?
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Unfortunately, the company has yet to turn a profit, and some of its features have earned the company criticism from financial regulators in the United States…
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