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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by uriah1, Jan 27, 2021.
Amazing . Hmm.
Hard to understand the ploy but it worked.
Can we short it now?
Glad it worked.
....uh, WHAT worked?????
Now just like the games they can buy it back at 1/10th the price!
We all should have seen that coming...( slaps forehead ).
One born every minute.
Empirical observation reveals that it is more than one.....
Today Game Stop ... tomorrow, Guitar Center???
Let's do it
It's gonna crash any day.
An internet ploy, fueled by Elon Musk and intended to screw (that's a technical term) the hedge funds that were shorting the stock, will end up costing gazillions of dollars to those who bought shares in a retailer headed for failure.
Unless Elon Musk put big bucks into buying at the inflated price, I feel bad for all of them.
Old and busted: partying like it’s 1999.
The new hotness? Partying like it’s 1985!
But far too many people are having fun wrong, to paraphrase Sheldon Cooper: Opinion: Stop laughing about GameStop’s stock mania — no, really.
Considering 2qtr of losses and a balance sheet from hell, day traders are having fun good luck.
Hey, my kids LOVED Hot Dog On a Stick!
For those coming to this story completely cold, this is a fun explanation, beginning with:
At least the ploy gave me an opportunity to unload some Blackberry stock I bought years ago with a bit of a profit.
My coworker gained a small amount ($1k) on it.
One of our employees said her sister was texting her complaining all day because she recently sold her Gamestop stock and it would have been about $10k had she sold it today.
This will be one of our "one off memories " from 2021. Good times.
Laugh or not at... a few billionaires were made in one day from this. The stock really surged crazy.
A lot of people are gonna be left holding worthless paper in this pyramid game.
If they sold at the right time. Other people will lose their respective shirts.
My grandparents bought Winnebago stock early. If they had sold at the right time I wouldn't need a job.
Man we couldn't afford that Winnie Chieftain when I was a kid in Alaska. Man those were sweet!
When value is based on the idea that something is valuable things can get dodgy.