No, this doesn’t mean you should drop everything and fully invest in the stocks of the moment. Some call theand the stock price is likely to fall even as the uproar subsides.
In fact, broker TD Ameritradeon Jan. 26 and continues to post an advisory report to clients on market volatility. followed on January 27 in response to runaway growth – the company and will be under close review by the SEC (it is currently shares). The White House has said it is monitoring the situation.
Part of what’s so unusual about GameStop’s stock spike is the vocabulary used to drive the trading action. Elon Musk, founder of Tesla and SpaceX, helped spur the activity with a one-word tweet on Jan. 26, “Gamestonk.”
What is a stink and what does it have to do with trading? Here’s a sampling of the jargon behind the huge highlights, and what the terms mean:
- Stonks An intentional spelling mistake of stocks. Sometimes Meme Man appears when used in a meme (see below).
- Diamond hands When a trader is willing to hold his shares or securities for a long period of time.
- Missiles: When someone wants a stock price to skyrocket.
- Hold the line: Hold on to a stock even if it drops in value.
- “We love the stock”: A meme used for a currently trending stock.
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