IronNet Inc.

+$0.01 (+25.0%)
Closing price September 26, 2023
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One driving force of the meme stock explosion has filed for an initial public offering. Good times.
Several beaten-down meme stocks were getting some love as investors decided that Tuesday was a good day for taking on risk.
Lucid towed other EV makers along Thursday, putting up a share price gain of more than 30%. Good times.
Here are four meme stocks to keep an eye on Thursday.
Meme stocks mostly were trading in the red Friday, with a few of the stocks posting big drops after several sessions of big gains.
While stocks struggled to keep early gains following Tuesday's dip, meme stocks were less successful at beating off sellers.
Wednesday afternoon's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alcoa, BHP, Netflix, Sea, Vipshop and more
Monday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Airbnb, Alcoa, Chewy, ConocoPhillips, Fortinet, Peloton Interactive, and ServiceNow.
EV maker Lucid was Tuesday's best performing meme stock, but a deal with Google spawned a new volume leader early Wednesday morning.
Many meme stocks followed the market lower on Monday, but there were some exceptions, including one ETF that bets against China.
Here's a look at four meme stocks, including SmileDirectClub and IronNet, making big moves at midday Friday.
Two meme stocks posted gains of more than 20% on Thursday. Can they keep the trend going Friday?
Meme stocks were somewhat higher than the overall market at noon on Thursday, especially IronNet.
Here's a look at four meme stocks that made some waves Wednesday and may continue to do so again Thursday.