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Robinhood now says you can buy one GameStop share, as a treat

Robinhood now says you can buy one GameStop share, as a treat

"Please, sir, I want some more."
“Please, sir, I want some more.”
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Corporate benevolence has never looked so sweet.

After first preventing its users from purchasing GameStop stock on Thursday, the free-trading app Robinhood reversed course. On Friday, in its ultimate wisdom and generosity, Robinhood decided to limit the number of GameStop stocks its users could purchase to one. That’s right, one single stock. 

So noted the company in a blog post, which was quick to emphasize that “these are aggregate limits for each security and not per-order limits, and include shares and options contracts that you already hold.” 

And while, at the time of this writing, Robinhood’s own website says it’s limited AMC share purchases to 10, the app apparently isn’t being as generous — slapping a one-share limit on that stock as well. 

These moves follow massive Reddit-driven surges in the prices of both AMC and GameStop stock in a short squeeze of a hedge fund.

They’re in your best interest, of course. 

SEE ALSO: People are pissed at Robinhood and jumping ship after it blocked Gamestop, AMC buys

Gruel has never tasted so good. 

Published at Fri, 29 Jan 2021 20:39:41 +0000

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Written by Riel Roussopoulos

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