GameStop (GME) buy signal appears on quarterly stock chart breakout
GameStop's stock is moving around again, and the momentum might just be getting started if you believe in this quarterly chart's breakout.
Loopring (LRC) cryptocurrency price up nearly 500% in one month on GameStop (GME) NFT rumors
It's the beginning of another week in the stock market, but cryptocurrencies trade 24/7. One such token, Loopring, is up almost 500% in the past month on some GameStop NFT marketplace rumors.
GameStop (GME) Web3 Gaming job post increases NFT marketplace speculation
GameStop is getting into the world of Blockchain and cryptocurrency according to a new job post.
Video game & tech companies Q3 2021 earnings release schedule
It's time for companies to declare their earnings results again. Here's all the important dates for investors in the technology and video game sectors to pay close attention to.
SEC issues GameStop (GME) report on what happened in January 2021
The most anticipated SEC report in history has finally been issued, and it's almost about as anticlimactic as today's Apple Special Event.
Robinhood says #CitadelScandal legal complaints 'attempt to create a false narrative of collusion'
Citadel Securities and Robinhood have been hammered by accusations of collusion from every corner of the Internet in the past week. Robinhood has issued a statement calling these claims an attempt to create a false narrative.
Citadel Securities addresses #CitadelScandal with screenshot of conversation with Robinhood
This company is tweeting more than Elon Musk these days. Another day, another hashtag, and another denial of wrongdoing from the market maker.
Ken Griffin and Citadel Securities compare meme stock investors to moon landing conspiracy theorists
In case anyone thought Citadel Securities wasn't hated enough by most meme stock investors on Reddit and Twitter, founder Ken Griffin just couldn't help but double down on insulting the angry mob.
Citadel Securities issues response to #KenGriffinLied Twitter trend
Citadel Securities is r/WallStreetBets most-hated companies on Earth, and things got pretty heated today on social media before the company issued a response on Twitter.