A woman walks past a GameStop store in Des Plaines, Illinois, on October 15, 2020. The money-losing video game retailer has been the focus of a trading war. Photo: AP
A woman walks past a GameStop store in Des Plaines, Illinois, on October 15, 2020. The money-losing video game retailer has been the focus of a trading war. Photo: AP
Andy Xie
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Andy Xie

Why the GameStop stock frenzy is likely to end in financial crisis

  • The drama unfolding around GameStop is a tale of the internet levelling the playing field between at-home retail investors and Wall Street. The US stock market may become as retail dominated, and as volatile, as the Chinese market

A woman walks past a GameStop store in Des Plaines, Illinois, on October 15, 2020. The money-losing video game retailer has been the focus of a trading war. Photo: AP
A woman walks past a GameStop store in Des Plaines, Illinois, on October 15, 2020. The money-losing video game retailer has been the focus of a trading war. Photo: AP
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