Robinhood Markets, an online brokerage that’s a millennial favorite, is mulling a return to publicly reporting its customer-trading data, after withdrawing that access about two months ago.
“We’re looking into it,” Robinhood’s co-founder and co-chief executive, Vladimir Tenev, said in an interview with Bloomberg.
Robinhood customers have shown interest in seeing what their fellow investors are buying and selling instantaneously, he said.
“We hear the desire to have some of that data available again,” he said. “We want to make sure we have all the proper safeguards and the data is actually being presented in an accurate way that’s not confusing or misleading.” Read more…..
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