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Those Commenting on Robinhood IPO Sound Like Meme-Stock Investors: Rogozinski

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Jul.30 -- WallStreetBets founder Jaime Rogozinski says that Robinhood's IPO shouldn't be judged by its IPO session because of similar volatility following Facebook's IPO. He says that those who comment on the post-IPO volatility sound more like meme-stock investors than sophisticated investors. He joins alongside Former SEC Counsel Thomas Gorman on "Bloomberg Wall Street Week.