Where to Invest When Market Sinks: Retail Traders Buy Oil, Options, Meme Stocks – Bloomberg

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Market volatility is giving retail traders whiplash, and there’s little consensus among the meme-stock set on how to react.
After two years of stimulus-fueled gains, stocks are are getting hammered, with surging inflation, rising interesting rates and a tumultuous earnings season conspiring to keep markets weak.


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