Robinhood has become part of the meme stock craze it helped create. What investors should know

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Robinhood's muted public debut is being turned on its head as the stock trading app experiences wild price swings. Investors and experts believe it has become part of the meme-stock craze it once helped ignite, with retail traders driving the eye-popping comeback rally.

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