1. Robinhood Could Face $10M+ SEC Fine For High-Speed Trade Deals  pymnts.com
  2. Robinhood could face over $10M in SEC fine for high-speed trade deals  USA TODAY
  3. Robinhood faces SEC investigation over deals with high-speed traders  MarketWatch
  4. Robinhood Faces SEC Probe for Not Disclosing Deals With High-Speed Traders  The Wall Street Journal
  5. WSJ: Robinhood facing SEC investigation over dealings with high-frequency trading shops  The Block Crypto
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Robinhood Markets Inc. faces a civil fraud investigation over its early failure to fully disclose its practice of selling clients’ orders to high-speed...Robinhood Markets Inc. faces a civil fraud investigation over its early failure to fully disclose its practice of selling clients’ orders to high-speed...

Robinhood faces SEC investigation over deals with high-speed traders - MarketWatch

The company faces a civil fraud investigation over its early failure to fully disclose its practice of selling clients’ orders to high-speed trading firms, people familiar with the matter said.The company faces a civil fraud investigation over its early failure to fully disclose its practice of selling clients’ orders to high-speed trading firms, people familiar with the matter said.

Robinhood Faces SEC Probe for Not Disclosing Deals With High-Speed Traders - WSJ

The app is facing a civil fraud investigation over its early failure to disclose its practice of selling clients’ orders to high-speed trading firms.The app is facing a civil fraud investigation over its early failure to disclose its practice of selling clients’ orders to high-speed trading firms.

Robinhood: Trading app could face over $10M in SEC fine

Robinhood is reportedly facing a possible $10 million fine as part of an SEC investigation.Robinhood is reportedly facing a possible $10 million fine as part of an SEC investigation.

WSJ: Robinhood facing SEC investigation over dealings with high-frequency trading shops - The Block

The SEC is said to be looking at whether it properly disclosed its practice of making money by selling client orders to trading firms.The SEC is said to be looking at whether it properly disclosed its practice of making money by selling client orders to trading firms.

Robinhood Faces a New Probe That Could Be Costly, Report Says - Barron's