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Palantir CEO has a simple reason company’s stock draws Reddit crowd: ‘We respect the intelligence and the rigor of what is typically called individual investors’

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Palantir CEO has a simple reason company’s stock draws Reddit crowd: ‘We respect the intelligence and the rigor of what is typically called individual investors’
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Alex Karp, CEO of Palantir on Wednesday says the company respects institutional investors as much as much as it respects the retail crowd who have been mostly bullish on the company's stock.