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In an overall poor market for growth stocks Thursday, meme stocks mostly traded lower. As always, however, there are exceptions.
A cryptocurrency asset firm is paying the first-ever bitcoin dividend and the stock soared, while a space technology company was sinking on news of a new convertible debt offering.
Trading action was somewhat muted in the first half of Wednesday's trading session, and meme stocks were no exception.
Here's a look at four meme stocks that were trading at the top or bottom end of our watch list.
U.S. markets were struggling to get into the green Tuesday. Meme stocks were no exception.
Decliners led advancers in Tuesday's midday market trading, but sentiment keeps bouncing back so who knows how the trading session will close?
At midday Friday, the broad market was trading lower and the meme stocks were singing from the same hymn book.
Donald Trump's SPAC deal continues to dominate investors' dreams, but there are other meme stocks to keep an eye on as well.
A bitcoin mining company's IPO and a SPAC merger for a former U.S. president's social media company top the list of Wednesday's market news. As for meme stocks, there was news there, too.
Here's a look at four stocks that made significant moves Tuesday and look to continue their pace today.
The first U.S.-traded Bitcoin ETF made its debut Tuesday morning. That and another big positive swing to a meme-like energy stock are the big stories at noon.
Meme stocks, as a group, posted share price gains on Thursday, but there was one big loser. Another double-digit loss in Friday's premarket trading was hammering a much-discussed space tourism stock.
A SPAC merger/IPO on Monday really soared on Tuesday, and the stock is one to keep an eye on for the future.
Trading action was up and down Tuesday, and stocks were trading lower again after starting out the noon hour with a small gain.
One meme stock momentarily doubled its share price Thursday morning.