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Tesla Is Left Out of Day Traders' EV Stock Frenzy – Bloomberg

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The little guy loves EV stocks — but not Tesla. 
Retail investors bought $378 million in shares of electric-vehicle carmakers over the past week, including high-flying Rivian Automotive Inc. and Lucid Group Inc., and also Ford Motor Co., according to data compiled by Vanda Research. Demand for those three blew past purchases of Tesla Inc., whose stock has plunged around 15% since hitting an all-time high less than two weeks ago.