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Retail Traders Buy Ford (F), Lucid (LCID) Stocks on EV Revolution – Bloomberg

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The day-trading crowd is zeroing in on stocks with exposure to the electric vehicle revolution, targetting U.S.-based automakers.
Retail investors bought $448 million in shares of Ford Motor Co and Lucid Group Inc. over the past month, with demand recently surpassing that of Tesla Inc., according to data compiled by Vanda Research. That rise in demand marks the latest turn in individuals’ interest in electric vehicles who earlier this year favored Chinese companies Nio Inc. and XPeng Inc.