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Robinhood doesn’t allow me to take money out of the account and I don’t know why.
I just received an email from Robinhood saying the following : Hi Felix, A withdrawal restriction has been placed on your brokerage account. This means you cannot transfer money from Robinhood to other accounts using any method, and any transactions using your Robinhood debit card or ACH account and routing number will be declined. Please note that you can still deposit funds into your brokerage account. Why did this happen and will I not be able to take the money back to my bank account? I’m obviously new to the whole investing thing and I’m scared that I fucked something up and that I won’t be able to get that money back. All the bank transfers went through properly and I’m not in the negatives so I haven’t got a clue what’s going on. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Best high risk / high potential ETFs 2021
Hi, I'm new (ish) to investing. Of the two, which would you choose : 1) A mutual fund touted as "aggressive growth". OR 2) Purchasing a riskier ETF such as ARKK or BTCC? Planning to go long, say 15-20 years. ARKK has had great year so far but will the momentum die? BTCC is pretty speculative, but bitcoin seems to be on a tear lately. So my (maybe not so rational question) is: What sounds better? Purchase mutual funds and forget about it for the next 15-20 years OR Trade ETFs that are on the riskier side of the scale for the next 15-20 years. Are there any other good ETFs that are in same category (innovation / high growth) as those listed above that you can recommend? Thanks you and sorry if I'm not making much sense. I'm the lay-man but learning !
Future of retail investing w/ETFs & Index Funds
As someone who was investing prior to the March market downturn, and has made some sizable returns off of buying individual stocks or ETFs at incredibly low prices, I started to think about what has taken place. With the insane amount of returns many of us have seen, and the historically high prices we are seeing now for securities, are people worried about future % return potential? Like for someone getting into investing today who wanted to get into an ETF like VTI that has gone up considerable following COVID, would they be able to see sizable gains over the next 10 years? I don’t want to be one of the people screaming “bubble”, but as someone who has always been happy with their passive gains through ETFs I am starting to worry that this may not be viable in the future. Thoughts?
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Where to look in the event of a market crash/bubble.
I am looking for some ideas of where to turn to in the event of a market crash. Somewhere to protect all my cash as best as possible, with the least downside. I came across NYCB which seems very stable, but wanted to get different thoughts/opinions. Ideally, everyone would time their move perfectly out of prone stocks before the big drop but I am thinking theoretically here. Not necessarily seeking stocks that soar during recessions, but stocks that won't lose tremendous value in one. I understand that bonds, CD's, and money markets are also an option but don't want my money tied up in one of those for too long. Open to any and all ideas.
Plays For The Possible Approach of a New Commodity Supercycle
As many of you know there has been some talk of the next super-cycle of commodities getting under way. This is all just talk and I want to preface that but looking at the past, it seems like a very reasonable hypothesis. I am personally going to begin investing in nickel as lithium ion batteries are composed of around 70% nickel. I am also looking into other ways to target innovative industries through commodities. What are some of your plans for the commodities markets in 2021? Specific companies or overall markets are welcome!
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