: Small-cap Chinese stocks spark meme-like buzz


Small-cap Chinese stocks have been attracting plenty of attention in recent days, according to data from Stocktwits, a social platform for investors and traders.

“Regardless of what’s happening in the broader market, there are communities of retail investors focused on trading stocks that larger players can’t (or won’t),” Tom Bruni, lead writer of the Daily Rip & Markets, Stocktwits’s newsletter, told MarketWatch. “A good example of that is what’s happening in many low-float Chinese stocks – what began with a few familiar…

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