3 Reasons I’ve Been Avoiding Meme Stocks This Year

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It’s been a wild year for meme stocks — those that have gained popularity (or notoriety) via the internet. If you’re not familiar with them, think of companies like GameStop (NYSE: GME) and AMC Entertainment (NYSE: AMC), both of which saw their stock prices soar earlier in the year.

These and other meme stocks may be a suitable investment for a lot of people, but they’re just not right for me. Here’s why.

In late January, GameStop rose to almost $350 a share. As of this writing, it’s trading for around $191. These rapid swings make me nervous.

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