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Recent postings/mailings from RH:

"For Robinhood to operate, we must meet clearinghouse deposit requirements to support customer trades."

"Last week, in part due to volatility in some popular stocks, Robinhood’s deposit requirements rose tenfold. The combination of the deposit increase and the extraordinary increase in volume on these particular symbols led us to put temporary buying restrictions in place on a small number of those stocks.
We had to take steps to limit buying in those volatile stocks to ensure we could comfortably meet our deposit obligations. We didn’t want to stop people from buying stocks and WE CERTAINLY WEREN'T TRYING TO HELP HEDGE FUNDS."

(the caps are mine. In their post, those words were highlighted, but I don't know how to show that here).

"We’ll continue to improve as we break down barriers in the financial system to open it for all."

I got a kick out of this one:

"With a new generation of investors at the helm, the future looks a little brighter. We’re humbled by what we will accomplish—together."

I remember when Schwab and another company named Rose something were the first discount brokers...which was pretty upsetting to those who were used to charging $50 or more commissions on trades.
You can probably find more of RH's statements and explanations online.
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