There are now at least 58 stock exchanges in the United States, many of them dark pools where the trades can be made anonymously. With institutional investors claiming they are outgunned by high-frequency traders, and individual …
Trading finally resumed at 3:10pm ET. It's been a rough day for stocks. The Dow shed 261 points (about 1.5%), mostly because of China's stock market plunge and ongoing fears about Greece, although the NYSE "glitch" didn't help …
In a year full of strange (or unique, depending on your perspective) DS game ideas, perhaps the strangest (or most unique) was Konami's Stock Sales Trainer. Developed by Metal Gear Solid mastermind Hideo Kojima, this game promised to …
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Why pay E*Trade $8 to buy or sell a stock when you can trade for free on Robinhood? After two years of development, $16 million in funding, and 500,000 waitlist signups, Robinhood finally hits the iOS App Store today. Robinhood lets you …
The Dow Jones industrial average plummeted in Thursday trading, dropping more than four percent at certain times --wiping out gains of the past week amid lingering anxiety over the debt crisis in Europe and the wobbly U.S. economy. At one …
A red-hot trading market has developed in the shares of the world’s leading social networking companies: Facebook, Twitter, Zynga and LinkedIn. What is unusual is that none of the companies are listed on a public stock exchange. …
If you’re one of the estimated 15 million people who bought Grand Theft Auto V and have been playing it since it came out last week, you’ve probably spent a lot of time killing gang members, plotting jewelry-store heists, and rendezvousing at …
There are nearly 340,000 people on the wait list to access the Robinhood trading app. The legendary archer of Sherwood Forest is taking aim at the stock market. Robinhood is a new trading app that promises users free trades and no …
On Robinhood, users can purchase U.S.-listed stocks or exchange-traded funds on the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq. Robinhood boasts that transactions on the app are free. "Paying to trade is like paying to send an email," a …
RobinHood is about to let anyone buy and sell stocks for free instead of having to pay E*Trade or Scottrade $7 per transaction. Today RobinHood begins inviting the 160,000 people who’ve signed up to download its glossy new app …