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Cathie Wood’s ARK Invest Backs Robinhood on Grim Stock Debut, Buys 1.2M Shares

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Cathie Wood’s ARK Investment Management bought HOOD shares, hours after they made their debut on the Nasdaq exchange, according to a report by Coindesk on Friday.

The New York-based investment manager’s ARK fund purchased 1.3 million Robinhood shares. The fund usually invests in tech stocks.

Robinhood shares, trading under the ticker symbol HOOD, dropped by 8.4% closing at #4.82 after an opening  IPO of around $38 on Thursday.

Earlier in July, Robinhood started unconventionally offering a percentage of its initial public offering to users via its apps, which some considered to be a risky gamble.

ARK is heavily invested in cryptocurrencies and blockchain-centric businesses. In April, the investment firm made a huge purchase in Coinbase’s stock. That stock is trading at $234, down 40%. ARKK down 0.041%, HOOD down 0.35%

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