The first U.S.-traded Bitcoin ETF made its debut Tuesday morning. That and another big positive swing to a meme-like energy stock are the big stories at noon.
The SEC on Monday released a report on market behavior surrounding the January meme stock runup that hiked shares of companies like GameStop and AMC into the stratosphere.
Space tourism company Virgin Galactic is having a tough day Friday while DNA testing firm 23andMe is having a good one.
Meme stocks, as a group, posted share price gains on Thursday, but there was one big loser. Another double-digit loss in Friday's premarket trading was hammering a much-discussed space tourism stock.
Winners outnumbered losers Thursday among the meme stocks we follow. Here's a look at how some were performing at midday.
Meme stocks had a reasonably quiet Wednesday and Thursday's premarket started off with a bang for one online real estate firm. But solid earnings from big banks and good news on jobs and inflation...
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.
One of the hottest meme stocks of the past two weeks was giving back more of its gains Monday.
Retail investors have some choice short squeeze targets this week and one stock, in particular, could see continued heavy volume and volatility.
Markets have been muted today with most sectors traded lower. Meme stock moves as of noon Friday have followed the same script, but the day is still young.
One meme stock nearly doubled its share price Thursday on trading volume on more than 900 million shares. The stock was still climbing in Friday's premarket.
One meme stock momentarily doubled its share price Thursday morning.
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.