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  1. Is Roaring Kitty Back For Round 2? GameStop Posts Flood WallStreetBets As Traders Eye Massive Gains: 'We Are So Back'

    By Adam Eckert Support for GameStop Corp (NYSE: GME ) stock is still incredibly strong, as evidenced by the remarkable surge in the stock on Monday following a meme posted by the man who’s often credited with kicking off the meme stock mania of 2021. Here’s a look at what retail is s
  2. Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, Pepe Erupt For 60%, 130%, 290% Weekly Gains: Benzinga's Memecoin Mashup

    By Khyathi Dalal The past week saw the top memecoins with proverbially "face-melting gains," with Dogecoin , Shiba Inu and Pepe exploding for triple-digit percentage surges. What Happened: In the past 24 hours, the memecoin market cap exploded 39% to $44 billion, with a 24-hour trad
  3. StockTwits Quietly Becomes The 'Home Page For All Things Retail Sentiment'

    By Renato Capelj Shares of publicly listed firms such as Super Micro Computer and Nvidia have sparked investment discussions on social media platforms. While many seemingly joke about market volatility, others, with a more earnest approach, seek to learn. Navigating through the noi
  4. EXCLUSIVE: Investor Appetite Shifts Towards Bonds, Embracing Small Bites Of Risk

    By Surbhi Jain Investor interests have evolved in the post-Covid era, now characterized by a 5% interest rate landscape. Several experienced brokerage industry players shared their views on how investor behavior has changed following the pandemic, and their roadmap for the next 3–
  5. Birkenstock stumbles in underwhelming US market debut

    By: Manya Saini, Niket Nishant and Chibuike Oguh By Manya Saini, Niket Nishant and Chibuike Oguh (Reuters) - Birkenstock's stock ended more than 12% below its initial public offering (IPO) price on Wednesday in an underwhelming Wall Street debut that signaled investors remain caut
  6. Retail Investors Dive Into Bond Market Wave: Treasury ETFs Attract Interest Amid Stock-Like Volatility

    By Piero Cingari In the pre-pandemic era, bond investments were largely the domain of institutional funds, shielded from the hustle and bustle of the retail-trading world. And who could blame them. Fixed-income portfolio managers and analysts faced the Herculean task of seeking ret
  7. What Retail Traders Really Think About Hawaiian Electric

    By Piero Cingari Hawaiian Electric Industries, Inc. (NYSE: HE ) recently became the focal point of a gripping narrative, captivating the attention of retail traders. Over the past month, this utility company has found itself navigating a tumultuous sea of controversy, legal battles a