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List of Meme stocks 3 weeks 9 hours ago #124

What are meme stocks other than GME, AMC, and others?

Here is a good article for reference www.zerohedge.com/markets/step-aside-amc...ted-stocks-right-now

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List of Meme stocks 5 days 14 hours ago #142

Some other meme stocks besides the above mentioned stocks, would be DraftKings, Tilray, and Beyond Meat. Meme stocks are stocks that traject or incline upwards due to social media and short sellers in essence raising the price by increasing buyer interest, and then selling at peak prices to make a profit. These stocks typically are not expected to have long term success, or catch people by surprise due to the randomness and fixated interest by redditors in it, as opposed to the real world applications it may be able to bring to the table. These stocks are for the people and by the people, but it doesn't mean that many of these stocks don't have legitimate uses and can survive past the shorting of it. For example, a meme stock like DraftKings would be beneficial in the long term to hold despite its current sell off, since it has a solid market cap of about 43 billion dollars, it has great technological advantages, and sports betting is on pace to be legalized on a global level, only leaving draftkings (a sports betting company) projecting upwards. Likewise, Tilray should be a meme stock that should last past the social hype, as it is a marijuana stock on the rise, and marijuana continues to become more decriminalized and more legalized around the world. All in all there are plenty of meme stocks, but sufficient research should be done, before being quick to make a small profit. The meme stocks with good structure like an AMC, can prove to be quite profitable in the long term.

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