Commentary: New platforms like Venmo and Reddit are shattering old taboos about discussing money. Is that a good thing?
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The video game retailer's shares are still far higher after investors on social media pushed their value up.
Here are some of the slang terms that are part of a movement that's assisting in driving the price of some stocks.
Lawmakers, regulators and Reddit aren't happy with the popular investing app.
The US House Financial Services Committee held a hearing about volatility in GameStop and other meme stocks and to get answers about the machinations of the trading world.
Keith Gill, the Reddit poster who spearheaded the GameStop buying frenzy, doesn't show up in any old chair. "Finally, gamer chairs get their day in Congress."
Keith Gill, who made millions off a surprise jump in GameStop stock, is increasingly under the spotlight. He insists he did nothing wrong.
Multiple agencies are reportedly looking into the trading frenzy.
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From declining sales to shuttered stores, the underlying value of this company is still questionable, and stock gains don't change that.