Small Traders Were Big Buyers in Thursday Rout. Monday They Sold


(Bloomberg) — Retail investors, who flocked to stocks en masse during last week’s late-week rout, reconsidered their enthusiasm Monday and dumped shares as the selloff worsened. Most Read from Bloomberg With the S&P 500 dropping more than 3%, small-time investors offloaded a net of about $1 billion in equities, the most aggressive selling in 14…

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