Retail investors bought stocks worth $76 billion during a three-month period ending on May 24, or $1.3 billion a day on average

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“Individual investors are buying stocks at a pace akin to the 2021 meme-stock frenzy even as the returns on retail investments sit at multi-year lows amid a widespread sell-off on concerns about rising interest rates, Vanda Research said.”

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