He made a thesis that the brick-and-mortar retailer could reinvigorate itself as a gaming experience center. His case was well thought out and documented. He believed in the retailer.
So in June of 2019, he started buying shares of GME for about $5 per share. As his position grew so did his profits.
YOLO stands for “you only live once” and is used to encourage users to take massive bets in the stock market and go for broke. Many users hit it big but just as many lose it all.
Gill was a fairly typical middle-class guy. He’s 34-years-old, lives near Boston, and worked in marketing at a life insurance company.
He put his thoughts out for all to see in on his YouTube channel. His stream wasn’t loaded with excitement — his videos were fairly boring and lasted for hours.
But people were attracted to his profits and began to buy GME stock based on his research.
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