ADDICTIVE INVESTING AND RELATED COMPULSIONS OF PHYSICIANS 2.0

RE-EMERGING PANDEMIC INDUCED MENTAL DISORDERS?

Courtesy: www.CertifiedMedicalPlanner.org

More than a decade ago, our firm commenced studying and crafting an exclusive report on medical professionals and their investing compulsions. It was headed by one of the nation’s leading psychologists, gambling addiction and trauma specialists; and personal friend.

Colleague Eugene Schmuckler; PhD, MBA, M.Ed CTS® is from Georgia State University.

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  1. ROBINHOOD

    Last week, Massachusetts securities regulators filed a complaint against the popular stock trading platform Robinhood for prioritizing “its revenue over the best interest of its customers,” according to documents reviewed by the WSJ.

    The deets: Regulators argue that Robinhood exposes its customers to “unnecessary trading risks.” Robinhood says its app has “opened up financial markets for a new generation of people who were previously excluded.” They both might be right.

    • Robinhood’s easy-to-navigate platform has attracted over 13 million insanely active traders. In June, it processed 4.3 million daily average revenue trades, more than every other brokerage combined.

    But the complaint from Massachusetts says that’s exactly the problem. It claims that Robinhood gamifies trading in a way that “encourages customers to use the platform constantly,” without properly conveying the risks associated with betting your net worth on Virgin Galactic call options.

    Bottom line: Robinhood, currently valued at $12 billion, is reportedly eyeing an IPO in 2021. This could be a sign of legal thumb wars to come.

    DIRK

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