I have been reading a lot of Horatio Alger lately.
He basically talk about a poor guy’s move towards fortune. Although he has been criticized for unlawful sexual interactions with children, he has become one of my favorite writers. For the content he writes, of course.
I, myself, am not a rich guy. But I do want to be one. Studying History, I came across the Gilded age, and along with it, the importance of Philanthropy.
The content of this article has nothing to do with Philanthropy. ( made a mistake on the “h”, again”. I am intoxicated and you shall live without me, as Michael Bassey Johnson said in his quote.
The priority of this article is Robinhood. (I just realized I could reduce some word from the sentence. I also realized these three italicized sentences were unnecessary. I shall read more on where Italics are actually needed)
Sure, Robinhood can’t charge people money, for the basis of their foundation are free. But what about the people who have made a fortune on trading options and stocks on Robinhood and actually want advice, and professional on that one, on where to park their money.
I am a member of one of those groups who have made a fortune speculating (if you want to call it) on stock options. Now stock options are not exactly options on stocks, but actually stock options. If you want me to write more about it, I can tell you about this easy way to make multiply on your investment or loose your invest altogether.
Regardless, I believe Robinhood has the potential to become a leader in investing. I know, I know, it’s already valued at more than whopping $5 Billion for the free services it provides. But it’s never poisonous to add more sources of income to your portfolio. How about providing professional financial advice to people who already have made a fortune speculating? I know for a fact that making ridiculous amount of money speculating is in favor of everyone, but there indeed are people who want to park their money on safer investment and want a steady return. I would be one of them if I had a certain figure on my account. (Now, if you want to contribute to my college fees, I shall gladly accept them)
Think this through. You all might think this came from an intoxicated guy, but I am seriously interested on/in the stock market and investing.
Now, if you want to offer me an internship, I shall delightfully take it. I have always wanted to learn how the system went from commission-charging to commission-free.
Maybe we can partner in establishing a commission free investing service in my country? That’s a story for another day. Maybe I will write about it.