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Invest, spend, and earn 2.05% APY*–all through your brokerage account.
Our goal at Robinhood is to democratize finance. This means delivering products that help you do more with your money and improve your life. Today, we're excited to introduce Cash Management, a new feature to give you more flexibility with your brokerage account.
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Your cash in the program banks is eligible for up to $1.25 million of FDIC insurance, or up to $250,000 per bank, subject to FDIC rules.
 
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For the next two weeks, you can earn increasing levels of Stock-Back™ rewards when you shift your everyday spending to your Stash debit card.* 

Every qualifying swipe over $5 gets you closer to leveling up your Stock-Back rewards. Levels start tomorrow and reset to zero on Monday, November 18.


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Browsing Archive: May, 2014

Hacking America:Beware of malicious ads that can harm computers without a click

Posted by Jennifer Schlesinger | @jennyanne211 on Sunday, May 25, 2014, In : 848FINACE 


Ads with malicious code embedded, known as "malvertising," can breach your computer without you even clicking on a link. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports.

You've been told repeatedly not to click on suspicious links, to prevent your computer from being infected with malware and vi...


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Web Retailer JD.com’s I.P.O. Shows a Hunger for China

Posted by MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED on Thursday, May 22, 2014,
A courier in Beijing for JD.com.
Reuters
A courier in Beijing for JD.com.

The biggest test yet of American investors’ appetite for a Chinese Internet company has passed with flying colors — and it doesn’t involve the Alibaba Group, that country’s e-commerce giant.

Instead, JD.com, an online retailer aspiring to become China’s answer to Amazon.com, exceeded expectations for its initial public offering on Wednesday, raising $1.78 bil...


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