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How do I know where my dividend payment came from on Robinhood?

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17/05/2021 - 03:49

I noticed my buying power increased a little. I haven’t deposited money. So my thought is it’s a dividend payment. But I can’t figure out where it came from. I mean I can wait until the monthly statement is released, but I’d like to know sooner than that.   submitted by   /u/nikki_11580 [link]   [comments]


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  28. Robinhood and new to this (14/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Sooo super new too this i dont have a lot of money in anything just trying to learn i went with robinhood because it seemed super new user friendly just to kinda get my toes wet. But I keep seeing robinhood is horrible and i dont understand why I know something happend a little while back correct? but I didnt look too much into it. Like i said I dont have a lot of money into it kind of just hey if I have a spare 100 bucks after a paycheck why not toss it in something I have spent most my time just trying to learn everything then i have actually putting in any money.   submitted by   /u/Lif3l3ss [link]   [comments]
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  29. Please consider anyone BUT Robinhood (20/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Just thought I'd post a reminder to anyone that might still be in Robinhood to get away. They've denied my transfer of assets multiple times, the don't respond to requests for help and when they do they have no issue ignoring your complaints and/or lying to you. Literally had my assets stuck since January 29th, they have blocked my ability to request help on my account and they've stopped responding. I've filed FINRA complaints but I've not been able to make any progress in establishing why they are holding my account hostage. Stay away from Robinhood!   submitted by   /u/cspawn [link]   [comments]
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  30. How to leave RobinHood? (09/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have used RobinHood since I begun trading at 18, I no longer want to have my stocks with them but have no idea even how to begin transferring over my portfolio... how would I do this? What other apps or brokerage services are recommended?   submitted by   /u/ohsnapihaveocd [link]   [comments]
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  31. Got rid of Robinhood. What should I use next? (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey guys, I am just looking for suggestions here. I am 19 years old. I invested 6k into various stocks on Robinhood. I decided to take my money out of Robinhood because all the negative news and concern of a lawsuit. Plus, I think it may have been time to find something a little more advanced than Robinhood. I ended up selling at a good time and got a total profit of about 3k. I do not claim to be good at investing as I am still learning, but my question is what brokerage should I use. I have a vanguard account but that is mainly just for my ROTH IRA and ETFs in the normal brokerage. I want something that is good for individual stocks and has tools and research on those. I have a WeBull account but I am not sure I want to use that because its not owned by a USA company, not sure if that matters that much though. I was looking at M1 Finance. My mom has a TD Ameritrade so she let me look around on that a bit. I just want something that is user-friendly but also has the tools for individual stocks. Any suggestions?   submitted by   /u/Zach1902 [link]   [comments]
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  32. Bank Brokerage VS Robinhood? (02/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hi! I've gotten very lucky in the market so far. I started out with just a few thousand to learn in Robinhood. However, my partner feels uneasy about Robinhood and thinks I should transfer to a bank brokerage. Does anyone have any advice on this? I don't even know where to look! Especially when I see all of the people talking about lawsuits against Robinhood here or shorting them when they go public...I get worried...should I move my stocks? I see when searching the sub that 56% of users are looking to leave...people saying to leave...people moving to Fidelity...you're the problem if you are on Robindhood...moving to Schwab...but no real conversation about it other than "leave" or "I'm leaving". What's the best way to go then? A similar app? Or a bank? What risks or fees or hidden things are associated with this? My biggest issue is a distrust of banks after Chase has done me dirty many times (though they eventually resolve it each time....like when my account just disappeared and was randomly under a family member with the same rare last name). Is it unwise to stay on Robinhood or is it just that people are angry with it? I don't want to lose what I've built.   submitted by   /u/Ms-scientist [link]   [comments]
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  33. Robinhood Withdrawl (17/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hey guys, I have a question for anyone who has withdrawn cash from Robinhood to their bank account. I just sold off one of my positions and this is the first time that I actually want to withdraw cash from the app instead of reinvesting it. However, Robinhood is showing that none of this cash from the sold position is withdraw-able as they mark it as "unsettled funds." Does it take some time for the cash to be withdraw-able or am I missing something crucial here. Thanks!   submitted by   /u/BostonHC [link]   [comments]
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  34. Robinhood to file for IPO in March (01/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    http://digesttime.com/2021/03/01/robinhood-to-file-for-ipo-in-march/ US brokerage Robinhood plans to file a confidential file to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) in March. This information was released by the Bloomberg news agency, which heard sources familiar with the matter. The broker last week held talks with subscribers about the progress of the process. According to the sources, Robinhood has not yet made a final decision on going public, so interest may change. Last year, Reuters reported that the broker had chosen Goldman Sachs to lead preparations for the IPO that could be valued at more than $ 20 billion. Earlier last month, Robinhood said it raised $ 3.4 billion, including the $ 1 billion contribution announced on February 29. The capital injection comes at a time when Robinhood is rushing to strengthen the business in the face of the strong increase in the number of customers and negotiations on its platform after the events of the GameStop case. “With this funding, we are going to build and perfect our products that give people access to the financial system,” the company said in a note.   submitted by   /u/thefoodboylover [link]   [comments]
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  35. Capitol Report: Robinhood’s suit against Massachusetts may escalate a battle that could get the online broker tossed from the state (16/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Online trading app Robinhood has been hounded by regulators for years, but now it's going on the offensive.
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  36. Question regarding dividends on margin (01/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Does anyone know if you can get double the dividend payment if you use 100% margin? Example : I have $200,000 cash but want to use margin and buy in with $400,000 ... if the dividend is paying 15% a year (IEP) would I get the 15% of my $400,000 or my actual cash balance of $200,000 ? I have a really low interest rate on margin and if I can double my investment and still get the 15% that would be huge. I’m looking to put around 25% of my balance into IEP and get the 15% dividend, but need to know if margin will increase my dividend every quarter or not. Thanks for any help.   submitted by   /u/joelivi053 [link]   [comments]
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  37. Credicorp postpones dividend payment (26/02/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  38. The Wall Street Journal: Robinhood, 3 friends and the fortune that got away (22/04/2021 - Market Watch)
    Chris Garcia set up a second monitor at his desk in mid-January to display his Robinhood Markets Inc. brokerage account. He turned to it often, watching his balance grow to $23,400, more than four times his initial investment.
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  39. How is it possible that on Robinhood you are able to trade on a margin account with a balance of under $2,000? (10/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Called Fidelty and they said they cannot do it(restricted by laws and regulations). And other brokers like WeBull have this same restriction. Even Robinhood itself will tell you that you must have at least $2,000 in your account balance to trade on a margin account. But somehow, robinhood will still allow you to trade with a margin account even when your balance is under $2,000. How is this possible?   submitted by   /u/roastedtoperfection [link]   [comments]
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  40. The New York Post: Robinhood plans hiring spree for cryptocurrency operation (20/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Robinhood is planning to beef up its cryptocurrency staff this year amid an explosion of interest in trading digital coins.
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  41. What's an appropriate online broker for millennial investors wanting to ditch Robinhood? (21/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello! I'm a mid 20s millennial investor and I've been using Robinhood for the last 5 years. It was a wonderful starting point and personally I have no complaints. But then "THAT" happened last month and I fear that Robinhood will go bankrupt. So I'm hunting around for a more reputable and more established online broker. I've already sold all of my stocks (RH has never had the option of transferring) and in the process of looking for a new investment "home". So far I have my eyes on Fidelity, TD Ameritrade, and Charles Schwab. Any help would be appreciated!   submitted by   /u/ProgressivelyMe [link]   [comments]
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  42. Tracking investments. (20/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello there, I am somewhat new to the stock market and investing. Please, be kind. I am trying to learn as much as I can. So about 2 months ago, after hearing about the Robinhood app and the WSB shenanigans with GME, I decided to look into stock exchange apps/websites. At the moment, Robinhood seemed like the most user-friendly one, to begin with. I signed up and waited about a month to be approved. Since then, I have put in about $500 towards stocks and crypto. Along the way, I did more research and realized that Robinhood isn't the greatest place to be for cryptocurrency. I stopped putting money there and am now using Voyager for certain cryptos. Nonetheless, my stocks are still there. I decided to open an account with Fidelity as well. My plan is to transfer my stocks from Robinhood to Fidelity. I am aware of the $75 fee for transferring things over. Nonetheless, I will have some stocks in Robinhood that I don't want to move (free one that I got that is useless) and I don't want to sell because of taxes (I also did some small purchases $1-$5 investments to see how stocks worked prior to investing the bigger bucks). I want to keep my Fidelity for the serious long-term stocks & EFT's... and leave the risky/new stocks on Robinhood. Additionally, I have a 401k(through work) and an IRA (NEW, also with Fidelity). Keeping track of all of these different things through different websites seems kind of overwhelming at times. What would you guys recommend in order to track all your investments? ​ Thank you so much for your time!   submitted by   /u/Sunniirise [link]   [comments]
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  43. FSS and Zwipe to offer contactless cards globally (11/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    Chennai-based Financial Software and Systems (FSS), a leading provider of integrated payment products and a payment processor, is collaborating with Zwipe to bring next-generation contactless payment cards to issuers globally.
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  44. Citadel had already been caught naked short selling in 2020 and previous years. They have huge conflict of interest being Robinhood's market maker while heavily shorting stocks that Robinhood investors are trading. This is not a dead cat! (28/03/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  45. Innovative Payment Solutions signs agreement with a payment processing company (29/04/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  46. What should I use to trade (09/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I've been with RobinHood for a while and have been trying to leave for months but they are being a pain when it comes to letting me leave. But my question is where should I take it to? I have been looking at either going with Vanguard, Fidelity, or TD Ameritrade. Anyone have any experience with them or any suggestions? A friend says he uses Webull but I've read some things where they haven't really been any better than RobinHood   submitted by   /u/Dottedwolf114 [link]   [comments]
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  47. What’s the deal with Robinhood? (21/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hello everyone. I recently got into the stock market as well as playing around with different crypto. I started with Cashapp as they made it so you can purchase stocks and Bitcoin on there, and then I realized I enjoyed it and could be beneficial. So I got really into it and started looking for dedicated apps for stocks and crypto. I guess I made the mistake of choosing Robinhood. I have already put a decent amount into it, for my financial situation at least. And I’m worried I should try another app before getting even deeper into the stonks and crypto. Can you guys tell me why Robinhood is so bad? Then also what other app is “the best” for stocks as well as crypto? I would really appreciate some good answers! I do enjoy the aesthetics of Robin Hood, but if another app is better function wise, of course I’d prefer that. Thank you in advance!   submitted by   /u/YungBac0n [link]   [comments]
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  48. Check your Tax Form on Robinhood. Robinhood is incorrectly Washing trades. (18/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Please mods do not delete this. This is a very serious issue that Robinhood and others NEEDS to see. Here are 3 examples I've found so far (one being me). I lost 1.2k this year, but my tax form is showing that I made 50k usd. This is absolutely wrong in every way. After doing a simple reddit search I found others dealing with the same problem. After looking at my form there are multiple trades within spreads that are incorrectly labeled as "Washed" https://www.reddit.com/r/options/comments/lmf4s0/help_needed_robinhood_wash_sale_computation https://www.reddit.com/r/thetagang/comments/lmb347/taxes_on_spreads_need_help_lost_12k_this_year_but https://www.reddit.com/r/WallStreetbetsELITE/comments/lmhk3j/im_new_on_this_can_someone_explain_me_why_their I'm writing this to bring awareness to this problem. Robinhood is sending incorrect tax data to the IRS and if this doesn't get fixed, it will completely screw people over.   submitted by   /u/mastter1233 [link]   [comments]
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  49. Robinhood won't let me sell. When will the blatant and direct manipulation end?! (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I've been watching GME like a hawk today. Volume is insanely low, and price is pretty much pegged to the previous floor, 98% certain the short ladder attacks are going to start any second now, they always happen around this time. BUT. ROBINHOOD. IS. DOWN. AGAIN. AND. I. CAN'T. SELL. I know they want us to think it's just another "network outage" due to "a heavy influx of new users" - but I'm just not buying that shit anymore. I think Robinhood is crashing their servers on purpose to manipulate the market. Why do we keep letting them get away with this?! Enough is enough, ???? ???? together. Call, email and text your local senators and tell them WE EXPECT A FREE AND FAIR MARKET!   submitted by   /u/WarrenBuffering [link]   [comments]
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