Greenidge Generation Holdings Co.

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Closing price June 24, 2022
Here's a look at four meme stocks that made some waves Wednesday and may continue to do so again Thursday.
A new name for an old meme stock favorite and a potential new player in the meme stock universe.
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.
Some old names and one new one are on the meme stock radar Monday morning.
One of today's most talked-about stocks on social media is Apple. Here's why.
Thursday was mostly an up-day for meme stocks and Friday may be shaping up for more of the same.
Meme trader favorite GameStop reported disappointing quarterly earnings Wednesday afternoon. But not all retail investors are ready to give up on the stock yet.
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.
While markets remained mostly calm Wednesday, there were some meme stock movers and we could see more action Thursday as some traders and investors get a head start on the long holiday weekend.
One meme stock is continuing its torrid pace of adding to its share price while three others are struggling a bit.
The latest data on short selling and meme stocks indicates that short sellers have been creamed so far this year, thanks mainly to a couple of bad weeks in January and February.
Short squeezes on a couple of heavily shorted stocks have been returning nice profits for investors taking the other side of the bet. How long will it last?
Trading volume continues to be lower than average but that is not keeping some popular stocks from posting some gains.
Alibaba is one of the most-discussed stocks on social media. The shares have been battered recently by threatened changes to Chinese regulations. Some of those new rules may be coming into play...