Meta Materials Inc.

NASDAQ: MMAT
$1.17
-$0.74 (-38.7%)
Closing price June 24, 2022
U.S. equity markets got off to a good start on Monday and most meme stocks got in on investors' willingness to buy.
The strong report from Tesla on fourth-quarter deliveries lifted share prices for other electric vehicle makers, both domestic and foreign.
A newly revealed Department of Justice investigation into short selling could have a ripple effect on meme stocks, many of which benefit from short squeezes to lift their share prices.
Meta Materials, a materials and photonics company, has updated investors on plans to pay a special dividend promised in June.
Stocks were roughly evenly split between winners and losers in the noon hour Wednesday. The stocks trading higher were putting up better numbers, however.
Earning results could be driving price movements among some meme stocks today. There also appears to be another stab at a short squeeze on one of the stocks.
Meme stocks pretty much traded in lockstep with the broader market Monday, with advancers leading decliners by around 2 to 1.
Some big meme stock movers from Friday weren't doing so well Monday. But one was.
A bitcoin miner was the big winner as of noon Friday, and another meme stock favorite almost got a boost from being mistaken for a much larger new name.
The rising price of Bitcoin gave a solid boost to a cryptocurrency exchange on Friday, but Monday morning brought second thoughts.
Meme stocks followed Monday's overall slide, and some stocks are riding Tuesday's premarket rise. Here are four that are not rising much after Monday's poor performances.
Seven meme stocks posted double-digit gains on Monday, with Camber Energy the day's big winner.
A heavily shorted stock is getting another boost from what looks to be a continuing short squeeze.
Many meme stocks followed the market lower on Monday, but there were some exceptions, including one ETF that bets against China.
A new name for an old meme stock favorite and a potential new player in the meme stock universe.