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When trading resumes on Monday, Robinhood will continue to enforce restrictions on purchasing shares of heavily shorted GameStop Corp. and AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. The online brokerage reduced its list of restricted stocks from 50 to eight on Sunday, according to its website: GameStop is a retailer that sells video games.
According to the rules, Robinhood users can only buy one GameStop share (plus up to five options contracts) and up to ten AMC shares (and 10 options contracts). “Please keep in mind that these are aggregate limits for each security, not per-order limits, and they include shares and options contracts that you already own,” Robinhood explained. “These restrictions will alter during the day.” Read more: Who are the biggest losers in the GameStop saga? Users whose shares already surpass those amounts will not have their positions sold or closed, according to an early list released by Robinhood. “However, unless you sell enough of your holdings to fall below the respective cap, you will not be able to open further positions of any of these securities,” Robinhood explained. By banning trading in a number of highly volatile stocks that were heavily shorted, Robinhood provoked outrage — and lawsuits — from some users last week. Also see: Opinion: Why regulators shouldn’t be too quick to intervene in GameStop’s stock market mania Following an attempt by online traders, urged on Reddit message boards, to upend short sellers, GameStock shares rose more than 400% last week and are up more than 1,600% this year. Last week, AMC stock increased by 280 percent, bringing the year-to-date gain to 525 percent.

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I read that Robinhood recommends waiting four trading days before transferring funds, and I know it takes 1-2 days, but I believe I received the funds faster, but I may be mistaken. I don’t withdraw often, so I don’t have anything to go on, and I’m worried because I’ll be on holiday the morning of January 1st and won’t have access to my bank account there. Is there someone who can shed some light on this? 3 responses Upvoted by sharesavehidereport53% This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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The talk of financial markets this week is still the awakening of institutional investors to the U.S. stock market, despite the larger stock-market indices being in a bit of a coma. According to Bank of America, which cited EPFR Global data, global equities saw the highest weekly inflow of money ever, totaling $5.8 billion. Of course, day traders aren’t responsible for all of that cash, but it’s indicative of the mania. Michael Every, a global strategist at Rabobank in the Netherlands, raises an intriguing concern. “The only way to determine how resilient a system is to logically push it to its limits, which we are doing on many fronts,” he says. He wonders how it would operate if half of the population decides to day-trade central bank liquidity for a free ride to prosperity. “Clearly, someone needs to prepare and distribute pizzas to those day traders.”
For the time being, the question will remain unanswered (and, in any case, the Reddit WallStreetBets crowd prefers chicken tenders to pizza). However, a recent study quantifies the effect of the retail investment boom on the stock market in the United States. Researchers were able to estimate retail and institutional demand using account holdings data from Robinhood Markets and 13-F filings from large portfolio managers. The effect was enormous. According to the researchers, Robinhood traders accounted for over 7% of the variation in stock returns in the second quarter of 2020. The combined market cap of the smallest quintile of U.S. stocks would have been over 30% lower without the Robinhood crowd.

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According to the AML guidelines, funds must remain in your account for at least 60 days until you can initiate a withdrawal to another bank account.

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The money came from my parents’ checking account as a graduation present…and I started investing with it. There are some stocks in which I am involved that Robinhood does not fund, but which my Fidelity account does. So, in order to withdraw money from my Robinhood account and deposit it into MY checking account, I’d have to wait 60 days (from the day I deposited money into my Robinhood account, correct? Is it 60 days without trading during the 60 days? or am I able to continue trading? Thank you so much!!! 2 responses 75 percentsharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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