- Robinhood was in the headlines again this week after two events put a spotlight on the brokerage firm that is popular with millennial investors.
- On Thursday, Bloomberg reported that an internal review at Robinhood found that nearly 2,000 accounts had been compromised by hackers.
- Also on Thursday, Robinhood sent out notices to its users that traders on margin would have to increase their cash position on several widely held stocks to help protect them from potential volatility related to the US election.
- But some Robinhood news that may excite investors is a Bloomberg report that says the app may once again make trading data public, which would reopen the popular Robintrack.net website.
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