Vinco Ventures Inc.

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Closing price July 6, 2022
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.
With all major indexes down for the day, it's no surprise that losers outnumber winners among the meme stocks we cover.
A heavily shorted stock is getting another boost from what looks to be a continuing short squeeze.
Investors have not reacted well to reports that DraftKings is going to pay out a reported $20 billion for a British gambling firm.
Meme stocks were somewhat higher than the overall market at noon on Thursday, especially IronNet.
A new cybersecurity company saw its stock price jump by more than a third on Tuesday. It also generated a lot of talk on social media. There were other winners and losers on the day as well.
The big share price moves in meme stock prices at noontime Tuesday are mostly down, way down.
One big meme stock mover in Monday's trading session struggled a bit in Tuesday's premarket.
Meme trader favorite GameStop reported disappointing quarterly earnings Wednesday afternoon. But not all retail investors are ready to give up on the stock yet.
Meme stocksweare lining up with the major indexes and trending lower at midday on Wednesday.
Wednesday morning's biggest movers weren't meme stocks but the more usual biotechs with good news, IPOs with a bang and a big-premium acquisition. There are some meme movers as well though.
Meme stock legend AMC is trading higher Tuesday thanks to the spectacular weekend debut of Disney's "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings." And there's another stock that's been absolutely...
Several meme stocks are among the most heavily traded on Friday, and one is near the top among the daily gainers.
An Israel-based biotech is soaring in Friday's premarket after its first bone-marrow transplant and Virgin Galactic has run into some trouble with the FAA.
On a day when the major equity indexes were trading moderately higher, meme stocks were mostly following the crowd.