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GameStop stock jumped Friday and was on track for big gains for the week, which has marked a restart of the Reddit-trading craze.
GameStop jumped for a third straight day as Reddit traders called on one another to replicate the volatile rally seen in January.
GameStop shares hit $160 at the open before being halted after several minutes of trading and fell to around $129 before the second halt.Reddit discussion threads were buzzing again about GameStop on Thursday, with members exhorting others to pile in as the rally gathers steam.
The stock market sees some big swings on Thursday.
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GameStop shorts were down $10.75 billion year-to-date as of Thursday afternoon as the stock ripped even higher, according to S3 Partners.
"It is not surprising to see GameStop create another wave of panic and post-traumatic de-gross," Lee said.
SkyBridge's Troy Gayeski told Yahoo Finance that institutional investors are avoiding crowded shorts and doing a "triple-check" on short exposure.
Short sellers continue to lose money on betting against the company.
75 percent increase in one hour disrupts weeks of relatively calm prices.
A user posting as "KitrosReddit" garnered over 25,000 upvotes for their post on a potential "mother of all gamma squeezes" on GameStop stock.
The day traders who lifted the so-called meme stocks in January returned to the market Wednesday afternoon and fueled a 100% rally in GameStop shares.
Initial jobless claims dropped more than expected. The "meme stock" trade is heating back up with shares of GameStop, AMC, and Koss rallying.
Stock is still well below its intraday peak of $483 in late January
Sources told Insider that Jim Bell didn't actually resign at will, but was forced out by the board as part of a push by activist investor Ryan Cohen.
Shares of the video-game retailer roared back from a three-week rout, touching prices as much as four times as high as the closing level Tuesday
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Charlie Munger bemoaned the frenzied gambling on stocks using trading apps, and cautioned it would end badly.