Analysts suggest the recent surge in GameStop’s stock price, up 1,500% in nine months, is mostly the result of a short squeeze bubble that will pop eventually (Kyle Orland/Ars Technica)


Kyle Orland / Ars Technica:
Analysts suggest the recent surge in GameStop’s stock price, up 1,500% in nine months, is mostly the result of a short squeeze bubble that will pop eventually  —  New board members and a massive short squeeze cause stratospheric short-term growth.  —  Nine months ago, GameStop stock bottomed …


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