The Wall Street Journal
The Riskiest Bets in the Stock Market Are the Most Popular
When technology stocks tumbled for a fourth straight day in January, Evan Fetter, a 25-year-old in the U.S. military, saw an opportunity to swing for the fences. The trade has been underwater at times, but Mr. Fetter says he hopes to hold the shares until his investment is worth $50,000, at which point he plans to put the money toward a down payment on a real-estate property. “Stuff like this is a buying opportunity,” Mr. Fetter said of the 2022 declines in U.S. major indexes.