South Korea has about 2% of the developed world population but individual retail investors have 6 times the global developed world average invested in Tesla.
Non-Korean private retail investors own about 12.6% of all Tesla shares and the Koreans have 1.6%.
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2 thoughts on “South Korea Investors Have $15 Billion in Tesla”
So how many standard deviations is that above the mean? We don’t know if this is worth mentioning until we know a lot more than just the average value and one data point.
At the very least, plot the ownership per country versus GDP per country and see what the distribution looks like.
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