Revenge of the Meme Stocks: GameStop Shares Soar 70+% After Return of 'Roaring Kitty' to X/Twitter

Revenge of the Meme Stocks: GameStop Shares Soar 70+% After Return of ‘Roaring Kitty’ to X/Twitter


Shares of video game retailer GameStop skyrocketed up more than 70 percent on Monday after Keith Gill, known as “Roaring Kitty” on social media and the leader of the meme stock movement posted a photo to his X/Twitter account for the first time since 2021.

Keith Gill, the man behind the YouTube Channel, Roaring Kitty, who spearheaded the 2021 day trader campaign against institutional investors betting on GameStop’s demise and led to the rise of meme stocks, took to his X/Twitter account on Sunday night to post for the first time since June 2021.

Without providing any additional context, Gill shared a photo of a man leaning forward in his gaming chair — a popular meme suggesting a gamer is reengaging or focusing on

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