I want to construct a portfolio of my own stocks, other than my vanguard funds. Vanguard is where most of my portfolio will be. But for buying just my own individual 10-20 blue chip stocks, etc., is robinhood a great option for this? I can’t think of any cons, if I know what I want to buy. I am debating between robinhood or fidelity. Fidelity has obviously better overall quality, but if I don’t really need any of these extra features yet, so is there any con to using robinhood for this purpose? I save on the fees, and I can’t think anything extra fidelity would give me that I would need for this purpose.
Please enlighten me if I’m wrong, or help me realize any cons to robinhood that I’m not realizing/any pros to fidelity I’m not realizing. Thank you.
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