Results for - "MEME" Stocks
2,239 voters participated in this survey
Meme stocks refer to stocks that have gone viral with internet popularity and sees increased popularity or awareness based on social media discussions. A meme stock’s value is rooted in social sentiment rather than solely on core economic or corporate indicators.
1. The "MEME" stock crazy has hit us in 2020. Have you invested in any stocks that are known as "MEME"?
2. The "MEME" stock(s) have turned the investing world on it's head. Do you believe it is a fad or this is now the future of investing?
3. REDDIT and WALLstreetbets have been blamed for this surge of "MEME" stock(s). Do you feel that they are?
4. Short selling occurs when an investor borrows a stock, sells the stock, and then buys the stock back to return it to the lender. Short sellers are betting that the stock they sell will drop in price. If the stock does drop after selling, the short seller buys it back at a lower price and returns it to the lender. The difference between the sell price and the buy price is the profit. Should Short Selling on the stock market be reformed because of the "MEME" revolution?
5. The Average Canadian has $184,000 saved up for retirement. How close are you to that target amount?