GameStop stock (NYSE: GME) tumble to lowest levels in months: here is where to trade the stock

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GameStop stock has been on a free fall and although investors still think the stock will be on its way back soon, there seem to no end to the current bear market.

The stock’s price is dropping by a double digit every day.

To help stock traders eying to invest in the GameStop shares, Invezz has created a brief article on what it is and the best places to trade it.

To find out more, please continue reading.

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What is GME stock?

GME stock is the stock of GameStop Corp., and it trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol NYSE: GME.

GameStop Corp, which is commonly referred to as GameStop, is an American video game and consumer electronics retailer. It is headquartered in Grapevine, Texas.

GameStop is the largest video game retailer in the world and it recently entered into a partnership with Loopring blockchain.

Should I buy the GME stock today?

The GME stock been on a see saw since January this year after its prices skyrocketed to an all-time high above $300. Therefore, you should only buy if you are ready to wait since its price is till volatile and the dip could continue for some time before it recovers.

GameStop stock price prediction

The current dip is expected to continue at least through this week before the stock attempts to make a recovery.

$GME stock social media coverage

Fidelity Customer Orders:$AMC 73% Buys$GME 86% Buys
Happy holidays. We can do this forever.

— Rich Jacob (@RichJacob78) December 13, 2021

Today is Dec 13, 2021. It has been 320 days since billions of dollars were stolen from everyday people when $HOOD unprecedentedly and unfairly removed the ability to BUY $AMC & $GME from Retail Investors to manipulate the stock downward, and the @SECGov has done nothing about it.

— ApeManMind (@DadManMind) December 13, 2021

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