|買盤||22.01 x 1200|
|賣出價||22.22 x 1000|
|今日波幅||19.41 - 23.31|
|52 週波幅||15.41 - 49.85|
|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||-0.07|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||無|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||-6.29|
|業績公佈日||2023年3月15日 - 2023年3月20日|
Swings higher across battered and bruised technology stocks that faltered last year are making January’s price look a lot like 2021’s rally.
It’s been two years since the meme stock phenomenon grabbed national attention. Retail investors weigh in on the craze which took Wall Street by surprise.
Companies at the centre of the meme-stock mania that began two years ago have raised a collective $4.7bn from the hype, according to calculations by the Financial Times, even as the windfall has done little to boost their performance. The eight stocks have also gained a combined $7.5bn in market capitalisation since the retail trading frenzy at the start of 2021. On January 28 of that year the popular US broker Robinhood outraged customers by limiting their ability to buy those companies’ shares, causing their prices to suddenly plunge.