As far as I can tell, a single Plaid token enables a developer to "turn on" any endpoint they offer without consent from the user, so even if RH does not pull transaction history now (I would like confirmation from them directly) they've obviously written their PP in a way that lets them flip a switch anytime they want without anyone knowing.
Plaid is an interesting company from a developer POV, but it's clear to me they've taken the early FB approach to their API and have extremely little control or visibility into what developers are doing with the data. They also do not show a confirmation screen with the data elements they're asking for from the customer before confirmation.
I hope they get their act together before we see them in the news because someone bought Plaid transaction data from millions of customers to target ads for the 2020 election. Purchase history on millions of voters would be incredibly powerful (even more so than likes IMO) as far as targeting goes.
You can have as many as you want with as many banks as you want; they've very easy to open online.
This shouldn't be a significant barrier for anybody on this forum.
Only play with money you can afford to lose without even a sad face
But also, spreads are pretty tight for close dated near the money options. Just assume the price is right, pick a direction, and trade...
Bitcoin certainly is more speculative than GE stock, but look at GE's stock performance and dividend performance. Anyone who thought they were investing into the long term value of a major American company was actually speculating as to whether or not a blue chip stock could produce cash flow and maintain the value of real assets, which, they couldn't do so as well as they did 20 years ago.
"Trade fast, die young." https://twitter.com/robinhoodapp/status/756262680537759744
You are only allowed to advertise it in particular ways. Here, it feels like they glamorize YOLO trades (as they are popularly called)
I can't see how making leveraged trading accessible to the large masses is beneficial to anyone other than the app makers and institutional investors.