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The GameStop Madness Isn’t David vs. Goliath — It’s Goliath vs. Goliath

Robinhood traders and Redditors are profiting off this. But they aren’t the only ones.

GameStop store signage is seen on January 27, 2021 in New York City.
Photo: Michael M. Santiago/Getty

In early January, GameStop was trading around $18. By close on Wednesday, it had reached $364.15. An intense buzz has formed around the stock thanks to discussion on the Reddit forum WallStreetBets…




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Alexis is a former Wall Street worker who now advocates for a safer & fairer economy.

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