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Jeff Bezos Just Humiliated Elon Musk


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In the beginning, meme stocks to buy pitted the bulls against the bears. The market was without form and void of the knowledge of social media. That is until the hedge funds fooled around and found out.

However, those days seem to be long gone. Sure, you will always find people willing to speculate on popular, social-media-driven enterprises. But the zenith of the wild movement appears to be firmly in the rearview mirror. Still, that’s not going to stop folks from trying to get something going.

If I’ve learned from my interactions with ardent proponents of meme stocks, it’s this: appealing to reason isn’t usually the most productive endeavor. It comes down to the reality that people want what they want. So, if you want meme stocks, let’s have at it with the true classics.

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GameStop (GME)

This is the one that started it all and coincidentally one of the few meme stocks to buy that I have in my portfolio. At first, GameStop (NYSE:GME) was like any other brick-and-mortar retailer fading away in the swamp of American open-air shopping centers. However, with competition moving in via e-commerce outlets combined with gaming console manufacturers facilitating direct-buy opportunities, GameStop days appeared to be numbered.

Still, that was before short squeezes became part of the mainstream lexicon. I suppose that’s the enduring legacy of GME. We as a financial publication industry routinely cover short squeezes. Heck, I even use short squeezes in my personal options trading. And the phenomenon is so powerful – that is forcing the bears to cover their positions – that even when you make an administrative mistake, the squeeze can potentially bail you out.

Can the same happen again for GME? I wouldn’t count it out. Fintel shows that its short interest as a percentage of float clocks in at 22.49%. Also, its short interest ratio stand at 22.17 days to cover. Recently, bearish traders have sold GME calls that expire on Feb. 16.

Given that there’s shorting activities going on in both the open and derivatives markets, all it takes is a push in the “right” direction. Is it one of the meme stocks to buy? Ya know, it very well could be.

Before you buy GME, you should read this…

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