GME

GameStop Corp. Class A New York Stock Exchange
$200.8
Open: $215.9 High: $219 Low: $197 Close: $200.33
Range: 2021-06-19 - 2021-06-21
Volume: 3,615,429
Market: Open
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GME
GameStop Corp. Class A 625 Westport Parkway Grapevine TX, 76051 http://www.gamestopcorp.com
GameStop Corp is an multichannel video game retailer. It sells new and pre-owned video game hardware, physical and digital video game software and accessories through GameStop, EB Games and Micromania stores.
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  • Employees: 22,000
  • Sector: Consumer Cyclical
  • Industry: Retail - Apparel & Specialty
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  • Why GameStop, AMC, and Sundial Stocks All Just Dropped

    Meme stocks including GameStop (NYSE: GME), AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC), and penny stock Sundial Growers (NASDAQ: SNDL) -- a favorite of traders on eventual marijuana legalization -- are sliding in early Monday trading. As of 11:35 a.m. EDT, GameStop shares are down 5.7%, AMC 4.1%, and Sundial 3.9%. You may want to blame The Wall Street Journal for that -- or maybe just Wall Street itself.

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  • Meme Stock Investors Head To Oil Patch As Shale Producer Soars

    Meme stock traders are headed to the oil patch as Torchlight Energy Resources comes into focus. TRCH stock soared Monday. Torchlight Energy Resources announced Friday that shareholders approved its deal to buy advanced materials Metamaterial.

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  • GameStop Is Joining the Russell 1000, but AMC Isn’t. How It Affects the Stocks.

    The rebalancing of the Russell 1000 and Russell 2000 indexes will affect both the meme stocks and index funds.

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  • Robinhood Traders Keep Buying These Stocks, What do the Pros Say About Them?

    Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, the stock market has embarked on a journey with ups and downs, the likes of which had been unprecedented. As the saga goes, the virus set in, and people were at home and looking for entertainment. This, coupled with the hopeful possibility of building wealth directly from one’s phone and/or couch, brought a new generation of retail traders to the market. They began to push speculative equities and securities around in their search for quic

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  • AMC, GameStop Slide As Jim Cramer Warns 'The Iceman Cometh' on Meme Stocks

    AMC and GameStop turned lower Monday as TheStreet's founder, Jim Cramer, warns that meme-stocks influence has been whittled down to just two significant names.

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  • UPDATE 2-GameStop names CEO Matt Furlong to board

    GameStop Corp, the videogame retailer at the center of this year's "meme stock" trading frenzy, named Chief Executive Matt Furlong to its board on Monday, as the former Amazon executive took formal charge of the company. Furlong was named GameStop's CEO earlier this month, succeeding George Sherman who, the company said, also retired from the board. Furlong oversaw a small but growing part of Amazon's business as the country head for Australia, a role his LinkedIn profile said he assumed in May 2019.

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  • GameStop names CEO Matt Furlong to board

    Furlong was named GameStop's CEO earlier this month, succeeding George Sherman who, the company said, also retired from the board. Furlong oversaw a small but growing part of Amazon's business as the country head for Australia, a role his LinkedIn profile said he assumed in May 2019. GameStop has become one of the hottest and most visible "meme stocks" followed on social media after its meteoric rise in a Reddit-driven retail short squeeze that caught Wall Street off guard in January.

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  • GameStop Appoints Matt Furlong to Board of Directors

    GRAPEVINE, Texas, June 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GameStop Corp. (NYSE: GME) (“GameStop” or the “Company”) today announced the appointment of Matt Furlong to the Company’s Board of Directors (the “Board”), effective immediately. The appointment date aligns with Mr. Furlong’s start date as GameStop’s new Chief Executive Officer. Coinciding with Mr. Furlong’s appointment, George Sherman has retired from the Board. Five of the six members of the Board remain independent. About GameStop GameStop,

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  • RPT-Investors brace for annual Russell index rebalancing with pandemic imprint

    Market participants are girding for probably the biggest trading event of the year next Friday, as FTSE Russell stages the final reconstitution of its indexes, and trillions of dollars in investments could be influenced by the event that will reflect a wild trading year marked by the pandemic and the "meme" stock craze. On the last Friday every June, FTSE Russell refreshes the components in its range of indexes, such as the Russell 2000 index of small-cap stocks and Russell 1000 index of large-cap names. Together they make up the Russell 3000 index.

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  • Retail investor stock buying boom of 2021 is just getting started: Goldman Sachs

    Retail investors have a lot more financial firepower to unleash on the stock market this year, reasons Goldman Sachs.

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  • 5 Ultra-Popular Stocks Wall Street Views as Overvalued

    Generally speaking, it pays to be bullish on Wall Street. Not surprisingly, we see this optimism readily apparent in Wall Street's ratings on stocks. According to FactSet, more than half of all stocks carry a consensus buy rating, 38% have the equivalent of a hold rating, and just 7% are rated as sells.

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  • Watch: Jim Cramer on Prime Day, AMC and GameStop, Airlines

    Jim Cramer and Katherine Ross are discussing momentum stocks, AMC and GameStop, Cramer's airline pick, commodities and more.

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  • Torchlight Shares Continue Run, Caught in Meme Stock Craze

    Torchlight Energy Resources jumped 16% Friday and is continuing its run Monday, fueled by interest from the meme-stock-investing crowd.

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  • Amazon, CureVac Rise Premarket; Coinbase Global Falls

    By Peter Nurse

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  • Meme Stocks Giving Rise to Morality Questions

    In what has simultaneously been one of Wall Street’s most bizarre and yet transformative phenomena, the rise of meme stocks -- loosely defined as publicly traded securities with incredibly strong social media followings -- quickly captured the world’s attention. Reportedly, at the heart of this movement’s ethos is the universal desire to restore equity from injustice. But its latest venture could undo whatever good it initially sparked. Kicking off the meme stock spectacle was of course GameStop

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  • Meet the ETF Portfolio Managers Trying Their Luck With Meme Stocks AMC and GameStop

    A few actively managed ETFs are dabbling in meme stocks, gambling on their ability to get out in time once the rally eventually fizzles. But the strategy has its risks.

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  • Retail Investors WISH on a Star, Stock Rises amid Bold Call Volume

    Meme stocks are experiencing a great deal of options demand.

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  • Bed Bath & Beyond or GameStop: Which Is the Better Long-Term Buy?

    Bed Bath & Beyond (NASDAQ:BBBY) and GameStop (NYSE:GME) are two of the most popular meme stocks of 2021. Barron’s published an article on June 7 suggesting BBBY stock was one of the more popular memes. Source: Shutterstock Flash forward 8 days and the home furnishings retailer doesn’t even make WallStreetBets top 10-list of most-discussed stocks. However, GameStop does. It occurred to me that these two struggling retailers have a lot in common. Of the two, there is no question which one I would

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  • Investors brace for annual Russell index rebalancing with pandemic imprint

    Market participants are girding for probably the biggest trading event of the year next Friday, as FTSE Russell stages the final reconstitution of its indexes, and trillions of dollars in investments could be influenced by the event that will reflect a wild trading year marked by the pandemic and the "meme" stock craze. On the last Friday every June, FTSE Russell refreshes the components in its range of indexes, such as the Russell 2000 index of small-cap stocks and Russell 1000 index of large-cap names. Together they make up the Russell 3000 index.

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  • Why AMC and Clean Energy Stocks Popped, but GameStop Just Dropped

    Do you think you can use the activity on stock discussion boards to find the next hot meme stock, and send your portfolio "to the moon"? Traders who search discussion boards such as WallStreetBets on Reddit for clues to find the next hot stock before it pops may be disappointed today to learn that while the popular AMC Entertainment Holdings (NYSE: AMC) ticker is climbing 4.3% as of 11 a.m. EDT, and Clean Energy Fuels (NASDAQ: CLNE) is up 9.6%, the even more popular GameStop (NYSE: GME) ticker is sliding 3.4%. This is kind of the opposite result from what you'd expect, if you base your stock trading on what the discussion boards are telling you.

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