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Landseer's Graham Says Reddit Isn't 'Sole Driver' of GameStop

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Feb.09 -- After a frenzy fueled volatility in U.S. stocks like GameStop, Landseer Asset Management CEO Paul Graham says the story isn't as simple as retail versus Wall Street. In conversation with Bloomberg's Dani Burger, Alix Steel and Guy Johnson, Graham says he's still positive on markets going forward, but sees elevated levels of volatility. He appeared on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."