By now you’ve surely heard the hype surrounding some of the biggest meme stocks: AMC Entertainment, Bed Bath & Beyond, Express. Meme stocks first made headlines in 2020 as investors on Reddit coordinated a short squeeze, sending GameStop shares soaring. Today, online communities on various social media platforms continue to rally around their favorite beaten-down names. If the companies are a little nostalgic and the stocks have a high short interest, even better. But which ones are actually solid investments? We’ve done the research – and combed through r/WallStreetBets – so you don’t have to.
2024 might mark an overall meme stock resurgence, but these companies have strength and tailwinds of their own.
Meme stocks to sell make way for fundamental-driven investment strategies, but a handful of stragglers remain afloat in bagholder portfolios.
Be sure to sell these meme stocks as they represent fundamentally weak businesses that will continue to erode in value.
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