GameStop shares rise as Roaring Kitty’s YouTube channel mysteriously updates

GameStop stock trader meme roared kitty (aka Keith Gill) first He returned to Twitter In May, after an absence of three years, he was presented to him The first new Reddit posts This week is in the middle The latest revival of the GME craze. Now there’s evidence that he may be bringing back his popular YouTube streams as GameStop shares continue to rise.

GME shares rose 9% on the day, gradually rising to the current price of around $34.25. GameStop ended Wednesday at $31.57, and has now pushed its five-day gains to 49% as of this writing.

Stocks in video game retailers The climbing started again this week After Roaring Kitty — whose posts and livestreams helped spur a meme stock trading frenzy and a GameStop short squeeze back in 2021 — after two weeks of inactivity. An even bigger price jump occurred in May after the influencer’s brief return to Twitter.

With Roaring Kitty now back on Reddit as well, revealing his large holdings of GameStop stock and options, will he complete his YouTube comeback?

Traders are anticipating this following the apparent activity seen on the long-dormant Roaring Kitty account on Thursday. Old playlist for live streaming updated With a new video that appears to still be hidden, suggesting that Jill may be preparing to return to the platform.

Right now, this is just speculation — but speculation about Roaring Kitty’s actions has fueled trading speculation around GameStop in the past. On the other hand, it can be proven to be nothing; A management move that industry observers have extrapolated into something more.

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