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Robinhood is a company developing a stock brokerage application. The app democratizes access to the financial markets and enables customers to buy and sell U.S. listed stocks and exchange-traded funds with zero commission. It aims to simplify storing money and trading stocks using its application.
HQMenlo Park, US
Employee Ratings4.1

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2019)853(+8%)
Job Openings105

Key People/Management at Robinhood

Vladimir Tenev

Vladimir Tenev

Baiju Prafulkumar Bhatt

Baiju Prafulkumar Bhatt

Josh Elman

Josh Elman

VP of Product
Jason Warnick

Jason Warnick

Jack Randall

Jack Randall

Head of Communications
Gretchen Howard

Gretchen Howard

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Robinhood Office Locations

Robinhood has offices in Menlo Park, Lake Mary and London
Menlo Park, US (HQ)
85 Willow Rd
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Robinhood Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Robinhood's latest funding round in October 2019 was reported to be $50 m. In total, Robinhood has raised $912 m. Robinhood's latest valuation is reported to be $7.6 b.
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Robinhood Revenue

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Robinhood Operating Metrics

Robinhood's Users was reported to be 6 m in Jan, 2019.
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FDIC Insurance

$1.25 m
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Robinhood Online and Social Media Presence

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Robinhood News and Updates

The Redditors who made millions on a Robinhood glitch are 'psychopaths,' says Ritholtz CEO Josh Brown

Josh Brown, CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management spoke on CNBC about Robinhood users on Reddit who bragged about exploiting a glitch that gives free borrowed cash. "It's totally immoral behavior on behalf of the users it's not really Robinhood being immoral, but they got to tighten up, it's finance."…

Robinhood Glitch Lets Traders Borrow Unlimited Funds To Buy Stocks

Traders using Robinhood found a way to manipulate the platform to borrow unlimited funds to purchase stocks.

Robinhood users find glitch that gives them access to excess borrowed funds

Users of popular online stock trading app Robinhood Market Inc. have allegedly found a glitch that allows them to trade stocks with excess borrowed funds. Dubbed the “infinite money cheat code,” the bug was first detailed on Reddit. Users boasted of how they were using it to fund market positions. …

Robinhood glitch is letting users trade with unlimited amounts of borrowed cash

A glitch in the stock-trading app Robinhood is allowing investors to trade with apparently unlimited amounts of borrowed money.

'Infinite leverage' — some Robinhood users have been trading with unlimited borrowed money

Some Robinhood users have been manipulating the stock-trading app to trade with what they're calling "infinite leverage."
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Robinhood Blogs

Robinhood Crypto Launches In Eight More States

Since Robinhood Crypto launched last year, we’ve been committed to giving people across the country access to commission-free crypto trading and improving our crypto business. Today, we’re bringing crypto trading to eight more s…

Options Stop Limit Orders Are Here

Today, we’re adding stop limit orders for options to Robinhood, a frequently requested feature among options investors. Stop limit orders add a trigger to your trade, giving you more specificity over your order execution. When t…

Introducing Cash Management

Invest, spend, and earn interest all through your brokerage account We believe our financial system should work for you and do more for your money. To help g…

Former SEC Commissioner, Dan Gallagher, Joins Robinhood’s Board of Directors

Appointment Marks the Company’s First Independent Board Member  We are pleased to announce that Dan Gallagher will be joining Robinhood’s Board of Directors.…

Catch up on the day’s biggest stories—wherever you are

Access to content from The Wall Street Journal, video, & more, now with Robinhood We believe that knowledge is power, so we’re launching a fully rebuilt …

Robinhood is coming to the neighborhood, Denver!

Robinhood has a new office! This week, we’re opening our doors in Denver as we continue to expand access to quality financial products and services and focus on delivering a world class customer experience. We are thrilled to jo…
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Robinhood Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Robinhood founded?

    Robinhood was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Robinhood key executives?

    Robinhood's key executives are Vladimir Tenev, Baiju Prafulkumar Bhatt and Josh Elman.

  • How many employees does Robinhood have?

    Robinhood has 853 employees.

  • Who are Robinhood competitors?

    Competitors of Robinhood include Coinbase, E*Trade and Charles Schwab.

  • Where is Robinhood headquarters?

    Robinhood headquarters is located at 85 Willow Rd, Menlo Park.

  • Where are Robinhood offices?

    Robinhood has offices in Menlo Park, Lake Mary and London.

  • How many offices does Robinhood have?

    Robinhood has 3 offices.