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What Traders Are Saying About Home Depot's Flash Crash

What Traders Are Saying About Home Depot's Flash Crash
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The Home Depot, Inc. (NYSE: HD) just experienced a flash crash near the end of the trading day on Tuesday.

Thirty-five minutes before the close, shares of the home improvement retailer traded at $96.24, but fell to as low as $86.57 in the minute between 3:55pm and 3:56pm.

At the time of this writing, shares are back near $96.

So, what are traders saying?

Eric Scott Hunsader, the founder of Nanex, issued his own tweet storm:

A couple traders were understandably surprised:

And PreMarket Prep co-host Dennis Dick shared a very important insight, which prompted a response from Zero Hedge:

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