Cash App says that it isn’t allowing Robinhood users to transfer their stock portfolios from the service. This comes as Robinhood has experienced multiple outages this week and frustrated users are considering their options for moving their portfolios out of the brokerage.
It’s not just you: Robinhood.com appears to be down for many users of the young people-focused investing app. It’s likely that coronavirus fears over the weekend have pushed the servers beyond its limit as investors look to make trades to mitigate their exposure…
If you were frustrated by the recent Robinhood outage that lasted multiple hours, you might be considering how you can move your stock off of the brokerage to another. Good news for you: You can do that if you want! Bad news: Robinhood charges a fee.
Public.com, if you haven’t heard of it, is a relatively new app that hopes to democratize investing for the next generation. It’s now raised a $15 million Series B round, but this time some cultural icons you’re likely familiar with are jumping on board.
The Cash App card can be a great asset for your personal money management, but only if you know how to use it! Let’s talk about how you can add money to the Cash App card, so you can use it to give yourself a fun money budget, or perhaps just use it as your main debit card.