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Meme stocks, like most U.S. equities, had a good day Tuesday and were off to a positive start in premarket trading Wednesday.
Just like the broader markets, the meme stocks mostly traded lower on Tuesday.
Stocks were roughly evenly split between winners and losers in the noon hour Wednesday. The stocks trading higher were putting up better numbers, however.
At midday Friday, the broad market was trading lower and the meme stocks were singing from the same hymn book.
One of the hottest meme stocks of the past two weeks was giving back more of its gains Monday.
Wednesday's biggest loser may be Thursday's big winner, at least among meme stocks. And another stock that has been sinking for the past month also headed higher.
Stocks are trading lower in Monday's premarket but some meme stocks are moving higher after a mostly negative finish Friday.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Anheuser-Busch, Fiserv, Foot Locker, Fox, Kohl's, Snowflake, Starbucks, Williams-Sonoma and Zscaler.
Several meme stocks made big moves on Thursday, and we're likely to see some big moves in bitcoin-related shares Friday following China's action making crypto trading illegal for the country's...
Here's a look at how some of Wednesday's winning and losing meme stocks were performing before Thursday's opening bell.
Meme stocks are following the overall market again Wednesday, with more gainers than losers as of midday.
EV maker Lucid was Tuesday's best performing meme stock, but a deal with Google spawned a new volume leader early Wednesday morning.
Investors have not reacted well to reports that DraftKings is going to pay out a reported $20 billion for a British gambling firm.
U.S. equity markets were down sharply Monday, and meme stocks were no exception. Except, perhaps, one that has put up a double-digit gain.
Meme stocks were somewhat higher than the overall market at noon on Thursday, especially IronNet.