Someone is already writing a book about the saga that GameStops stocks were and that are already prepared to become a movie. It’s been barely a week.
Deadline reported earlier today that Ben Mezrich, whose 2009 book about founding Facebook, The random billionairesbecame the biopic directed by David Fincher The social network
GameStonk is one for those who are not up to date popular online movement supposedly about Punishing hedge funds and other institutional investors for massive short selling (i.e. gambling on default of) GameStop stocks. And while the same people are likely to make money from the campaign, it has since grown into an indictment of Wall Street and capitalism in general those who are seldom able to take advantage of both
After rising to $ 469.42 per share last Thursday morning, GameStop shares cooled significantly, thanks in part to investing in apps like Robinhood Cessation of trading in the company’s assets
President Joe Biden’s government did promised to keep an eye on the GameStop situation during waffles at the same time about how much support there is for a population still struggling to survive the Covid-19 pandemic. Because if there is one thing this country hates more than helping people in a time of need, it is obscenely rich people who are losing a fraction of their total wealth and power.