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The Dumb Money Investor Was Crushed This Week In The Stock Market

Mom and Pop retail investors, known on Wall Street as “dumb money”, are always the last ones to the party.  That holds especially true today. In the case of the recent stock market crash, the dumb money retail investors are the ones getting crushed. After sitting in fear on the sidelines for years after the … The post The Dumb Money Investor Was Crushed This Week In The Stock Market appeared first on Zamansky LLC.
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