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Learning, Sharing, and Teaching => Investor Alley => Topic started by: primozaj on April 29, 2020, 03:45:36 PM

Title: Anyone use the Dough Platform? - Free Stock (like Robinhood)
Post by: primozaj on April 29, 2020, 03:45:36 PM
So I found this platform as I was searching for someone, Ryan Grace, that I used to watch on Tastytrade (online financial network).

Turns out that he is now the Chief Market Strategist for the Dough platform.  I signed up a little bit ago... they are a lot like Robinhood but without options and crypto.  They are accessible only via mobile but I thought I'd share in case anyone want some free stock.  My referral link is below:

https://dough.com/referrals?referral=9KGTJ2843D&referredby=Anthony (https://dough.com/referrals?referral=9KGTJ2843D&referredby=Anthony)

Review if case you don't believe me...
https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190806005298/en/dough-New-Commission-free-Brokerage-Firm-Premium-Content (https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190806005298/en/dough-New-Commission-free-Brokerage-Firm-Premium-Content)
Title: Re: Anyone use the Dough Platform? - Free Stock (like Robinhood)
Post by: Stimpy on May 19, 2020, 12:50:55 PM
Hmm, seems almost like robinhood as far as interface..  Little worse but meh.  May or may not actually use the account after i get the stock.   But hey free money.

https://dough.com/referrals?referral=S4D59YBNT5&referredby=Kris


Also so no one needs to dig if they don't want to:

Steps to ensure free stock and cash can be withdrawn:
The dough Referral Stock Promotion inventory is composed of stocks from within the top 200 most traded listed stocks, ranging in share prices between approximately $2.00 per share - $200.00 per share. The odds of specific stock allocation is implemented as follows: stock priced between $2.00 per share - $10.00 per share, approximately 98% chance, stock priced between $10.00 per share - $50.00 per share, approximately 1% chance, stock priced between $50.00 per share - $200.00 per share, approximately 1% chance. All promotional shares of stock are priced at the market price at time of purchase by dough on your behalf not later than the market day after qualifying customer completes all but the last step above.
Title: Re: Anyone use the Dough Platform? - Free Stock (like Robinhood)
Post by: primozaj on May 19, 2020, 07:01:57 PM
I have Robinhood too, but I like this one better because of the video content that they provide.  I like the weekly Social Currency podcast, not that you have to use the site to view/listen to it but whatever.  They are linked to a financial network (Tastytrade) I watch often and I suppose they are under the same umbrella as the options brokerage house I use (Tasty Works).  Link is below if anyone cares to check that out... their current offer is 100 shares of stock with a $2000 deposit.  I'm not sure of the stipulations but the brokerage focuses on Options trading.

https://start.tastyworks.com/#/login?referralCode=RCK223RX6C
Title: Re: Anyone use the Dough Platform? - Free Stock (like Robinhood)
Post by: primozaj on August 16, 2020, 05:43:42 PM
Do you watch any of their video podcasts?  If so, do you find them interesting/helpful/boring?  I enjoy them but I am just interested in your take.