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11 Oct 2018 08:29 PM EST

According to Market Insider, Tesla shares have dropped more than 30% since their recent highs, but investors on the free-trading app Robinhood appear to be buying as much as they can. The idea of buying shares during low point sell-offs has become very popular during the past decade's bull market. Weekly data tracked by Business Insider shows more than 111,000 Robinhood investors currently hold Tesla shares, up more than 16,000 from last week.

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