Lordstown Motors Corp.

+$0.00 (+-0.5%)
Closing price March 28, 2023
Wednesday's report on the Consumer Price Index chilled markets, but they appeared to be recovering Thursday morning. Here are how some meme stocks were moving.
Here are previews of five companies set to report quarterly results after markets close Thursday. Some are meme stocks with a wide range of values over the past 12 months.
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.
A short seller's report on Camber Energy cut the stock's share price by more than half Tuesday morning.
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.
Tuesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Albertsons, Charles Schwab, Colgate-Palmolive, CyberArk Software, Deckers Outdoor, Dow, Lordstown Motors, Nike, Procter & Gamble and Tesla.
Two of what might be called the original meme stocks both outperformed the overall markets on Thursday, and another stock traded more than 1 billion shares on the day.
Meme stocks had another tough day Wednesday, with fewer than 10 posting a gain for the day. Thursday was off to a good start, but then, so did Wednesday.
Monday afternoon's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, Best Buy, Comcast, Lordstown Motors and Nike.
Thursday afternoon's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Adobe, Chipotle, Ferrari, Lordstorn Motors and More
Five noteworthy earnings reports are due after markets close on Wednesday, including two heavily traded meme stocks: Clover Health and Nio.
Short interest for both EV makers and traditional carmakers was mostly lower in the two-week reporting period that ended June 30.
There is nothing left of Lordstown Motors other than idle manufacturing operations and a modest number of employees. It is just a matter of time before the company is only history.
Short interest dipped in the two-week period that ended June 15as share prices increased for both traditional automakers and EV makers.