Month: September 2016

Brexit and the U.S.

Brexit and the U.S.

On the 23rd of this past June, one of the most conservative European powers decided to do something radical. The United Kingdom (UK), has never been known for such radical change. While it is no surprise that the UK’s relationship with the European Union (EU) […]

“Can I Borrow a Dollar?”

“Can I Borrow a Dollar?”

An essay on why I should only pay you back 50 cents.

The Sound of the Market 

The Sound of the Market 

Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what’s worth listening to through all of the shouting.

The Ballad of Samsung and the Exploding Note

The Ballad of Samsung and the Exploding Note

What do exploding phones and your bank account have in common?

Paying for that Sweet Sweet Order Flow

Paying for that Sweet Sweet Order Flow

Ever curious about what happens to your trades after you hit the buy/sell button? Here’s a little part of what goes on.

The Slow Death of an Icon

The Slow Death of an Icon

What the heck is a “stock exchange”?

The Quickest Way to Your First Trading Algorithm

The Quickest Way to Your First Trading Algorithm

Part 1 of a discussion on Genetic Algorithms and how they can help you made better trades.

Instant-ly a VIP

Instant-ly a VIP

Introducing Robinhood Instant, your cool friend that lets you cut the line at the club.