First up, we've got the lowdown on the US trade deficit doing its disappearing act, as imports take a vacation like they're on a tropical island, hitting a 1 ½ year low. Speaking of disappearing acts, ever wondered what would happen if Robinhood pulled a Houdini and went bankrupt? We've got the information on how your investments might handle that situation.
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What Happens To My Stocks if Robinhood Goes Under or Bankrupt? (4 minute read)
Robinhood is a relatively new trading platform, founded in 2013, and it has quickly grown in popularity due to its commission-free trading. However, the company has also faced some criticism, including allegations of poor customer service and insufficient funds to cover customer losses. In fact, in February 2018 the company was forced to take out a $110 million loan just to stay afloat.
It's a question on the minds of many Robinhood users lately: what happens if Robinhood goes bankrupt? This article will explore that question in depth, and also provide some tips on what you can do to protect your investments if Robinhood went out of business.
5 Magnificent ETFs to Buy Hand Over Fist for the Second Half of 2023 (5 minute read)
It’s no secret that exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are like the secret sauce for growing your riches without breaking a sweat on fees. For investors who may not have the time to research individual companies, can't stomach a volatile market, or who simply want to complement their existing investment strategy, ETFs can be a smart place to turn. For the second half of 2023, investors can confidently buy the following five ETFs.