GameStop is rejoicing for an impressive increase in its stocks after a massive jump to $10 billion and is expected to continue its growth to a whopping $15 billion thanks to Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, and his tweet about this. With a simple one-word tweet and a link which the CEO shared on social media, the surge of growth for GameStop is not coming to a stop.
The popular gaming retail company of almost 37 years, GameStop, is seeing a record high of $10 billion on its stocks, because of traders and sellers that have been competing in terms of shares. The gaming company's market shares from its investors rose a massive 92.7 percent, which is more than what the company has expected for the start of this year.
This event is the second time GameStop Corp. reached $10 billion, but this would be the first time the company would see a shot at surpassing the stock.
Elon Musk's Tweet Gave GameStop Further Boost in the Stock Market
According to Tesla and SpaceX's recent tweet (@elonmusk), Elon Musk was amazed at the massive growth of GameStop during the start of this year and attached a Reddit link that shows GameStop's skyrocket profits. The CEO only said one word and attached the link, but it already led people to check out the funding and might have hauled several investors.
Gamestonk!! https://t.co/RZtkDzAewJ— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 26, 2021
"Gamestonk!!" was the tweet by Elon Musk, incorporating the name of the company, GameStop, and the popular stock market meme that says "Stonks" whenever there is a massive increase or decrease in money. The CEO is known to be a popular user of modern jokes that are called "memes," which he uses in his everyday language and tweets.
The simple tweet by Elon Musk is said to be a massive contributor to GameStop's stocks from improving and growing in the market, as Musk hauled more investors to be interested in the gaming company.
GameStop Stock Increase: Is Elon Musk Directly Related?
According to Market Watch. com, Elon Musk has already proved that his recent tweets and statements had a direct relation to stock increases of different companies including his recent tweet about Etsy. This website was where he bought the knitted head accessory for his dog that copies "Marvin the Martian" from the popular cartoon "Looney Tunes."
Bought a hand knit wool Marvin the Martian helm for my dog— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 26, 2021
While Elon Musk is directly related to these stock increases, he does not impose or intend to promote its stocks via Twitter, because the CEO was only talking about it.
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Written by Isaiah Alonzo