Business & Practice

Robinhood Considers Making Customer Trading Data Public Again

Oct. 14, 2020, 5:40 PM

Robinhood Markets is weighing whether to restore public access to data on its customers’ trading activity after pulling it about two months ago.

“We’re looking into it,” Robinhood co-founder Vladimir Tenev said in an interview with Bloomberg reporters and editors.

Customers of the online brokerage have expressed interest in being able to monitor what their fellow investors on the platform are buying and selling in real time, and the firm is exploring its options, he said.

“We hear the desire to have some of that data available again,” said Tenev, who’s also co-chief executive officer. “We want to make sure...

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