Twitter is rolling over today. Because Reddit users have colluded and bought massive amounts of GameStop stock together which brought a 1700% rise in the share price in 4 weeks. Whether the whole thing is just a one-off hoax or develops into a trend for small investors remains to be seen.
If I was a Hedge Fund losing billions to Reddit shitposters, I would get a second job driving for Uber, cut out the Starbuck's, and skip the avocado toast.
— Jean-Paul Blarte: Mall Cop (@OldPappyThomas) January 27, 2021
“Just do your assignment now, and then you won’t have to worry about it later!” I tell my child, casually sliding a hand over my to-do list that includes items from 3 months ago.
— Amy Dillon (@amydillon) January 27, 2021
whenever someone my age is like ‘my husband…’ my first thought is ???? but we’re kids ????? (I am 29)
— danielle weisberg (@danielleweisber) January 27, 2021
GameStop sitting amongst Tesla and Amazon after reddit users make it a Fortune 500 company pic.twitter.com/AVUtcjs6gl
— Jordan Deeb (@Jordan_Deeb) January 27, 2021
I know this GameStop stuff is funny, but you have to remember this is hurting real people who own multiple boats
— Kevin Farzad (@KevinFarzad) January 27, 2021
Me and the boys after endorsing each other’s skills on LinkedIn… pic.twitter.com/GJyi0vzbEy
— Avtar Gill (@AvtarGill53) January 27, 2021
What if I told you we could do this to every hedge fund in the country with this crazy thing called taxes
— Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) January 27, 2021
My underwear has a rip in them. Is this how OnlyFans accounts start?
— Stabbatha Christy (@LoveNLunchmeat) January 26, 2021
I love the stock market because when it goes up we get nothing but when it goes down we all lose our jobs. Except during a pandemic when it goes up and we still lose our jobs
— Shoegaze Dad (@yeoldedad) January 27, 2021
Two elderly British ladies greeting each other pic.twitter.com/4SKjRhLj6j
— Andy Ryan (@ItsAndyRyan) January 27, 2021