Robinhood clients bought into these stocks during the coronavirus market rout


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Younger investors jumped at the opportunity to make money off of the coronavirus sell-off. 

Millennial-favored trading app Robinhood saw a flood of new clients during the Covid-19 market sell-off and many clients were buying into the same pandemic-related stocks. 

"We see a lot of buying activity of specifically industries that were impacted by the pandemic," Robinhood co-founder and co-CEO Vladimir Tenev said at the Piper Sandler Global Exchange & FinTech Conference on Wednesday. 

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