Subreddit’s WallStreetBet has returned, taking on GameStop stock after a lockdown. For the past few days, the online community has been the center of an epic war with Wall Street Investors who had bet that both AMC Stock and GameStop would plunge. As the drama unfolded, the two companies’ stock has now soared, and Wall Street investors have reportedly lost billions of dollars. Specifically, the community launched a coordinated framework to skyrocket GameStop’s value in the stock market, urging investors to pour in funds.
Now, GameStop shares have been witnessing a jump, recording a surge to an all-time high of nearly $373 share on Wednesday, having regularly been below $20. A big thanks to small investors using the r/WallStreetBet of over 500K members – the meme stocks are, on the other hand, flooding the internet. Social media platforms, including Twitter, are trolling hedge fund investors, and so we’ve compiled a few as they’re indeed ripe like the ever-growing GameStop’s stocks. Have a look and enjoy!
GameStop - The Trending Bitcoin Alternative
I've made more money from GameStop today than I have in the last ten years of trading in games to them.— Mightykeef (@MightyKeef) January 27, 2021
It’s Surprising That A Firm Like Gamestop Could Become Highly Attractive To Investors As Today’s Big Tech Companies
GameStop sitting amongst Tesla and Amazon after reddit users make it a Fortune 500 company pic.twitter.com/AVUtcjs6gl— Jordan Deeb (@Jordan_Deeb) January 27, 2021
You Are Invited To The High Tech Firm Called GameStop
There’s this high tech firm called GameStop pic.twitter.com/lE5J2ZcXWG— genz (@genz75) January 27, 2021
Gamestop’s Stock Appears To Be Ever-Growing Like The Memes
Hedge Fund Managers Being Screwed Is Highly Possible
hedge fund managers: haha we would be so screwed if this GameStop stock ever went up, good thing that will never happen— Janel Comeau (@VeryBadLlama) January 27, 2021
It's Obvious There's No Stopping Of Games
Game stop? Seems more like the games have just started— Good Idea Dave (@DaveCoIon) January 27, 2021
The Hilarious Meme Of All Is Knowing Media Outlets Are Wrestling Between The Trolling And The Seriousness Of The Situation
Part of the GameStop absurdity and chaotic revelry is seeing news outlets publish Reddit usernames with a straight face pic.twitter.com/BGaGbE9Wdj— Hamza Shaban (@hshaban) January 27, 2021
There Have Been So Much Discussion On Finances And Economy This Week That People Could Care Less Or Be Eager To Even Know About It
out here trying to find someone to explain the gamestop thing to me pic.twitter.com/YwNrw7VyRo— rachel syme (@rachsyme) January 27, 2021
Obviously, Still Confused
me trying to understand the GameStop stock news pic.twitter.com/n90sW68Qpl— jake faris (@fake_jaris) January 27, 2021
Should You Care Now? Hmmm!
Idk what hedge fund means and I don’t care— smarterchild (@UPDOG420) January 27, 2021
The Short Squeeze And Sales, Including Meme Stocks, Are Undeniably Wild
Everyone right now pic.twitter.com/g2IM9Iy1jr— The New Fill Werrell (@TheEpicDept) January 27, 2021
Learn The Market For A Gain Yearly!
Spells Bounce Back, Hence Be Careful
Wall Street right now pic.twitter.com/LmmrQdc7jI— Paul Lawson (@PaulLaw10) January 27, 2021
Garbage Company Turned Present Gameplayer
The Dunked On Wall Street Without Mercy
If any hedgefund managers want to find new employment I can teach them some python 3 for $190 an hour.— Paul Drifter
Did You Say Hedge Fund Collapsed?
Your hedge fund collapsed? Sorry to hear that sir. I'm afraid I'm not authorized to give discounts- that'll be $18.95 pic.twitter.com/Xjq6aikatl— Delicious Tacos (@Delicious_Tacos) January 27, 2021