GameStop’s Ryan Cohen wants to be more than a meme stock king

ryan cohen is the face of an investing revolution that has captivated amateur traders, punished Wall Street and favored memes over fundamentals. Many of his other bets belong to a more conservative playbook.

The 37-year-old billionaire, who made his fortune with an online pet Soft Inc., shot to fame during a market frenzy last year when he used a stake in a struggling video game retailer GameStop Inc. to fend off the management team and become president. His cryptic tweets, including a photo of him with chopsticks up his nose, helped his investment gain viral popularity as a so-called meme stock and motivated his followers to take revenge on professional traders who had bet against them. the company.


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