How high can GameStop stock go? Should GME issue its own crypto (GME)s and NFTs?
How high can GameStop stock go? Should GME issue its own crypto (Gimmies) and NFTs? In this video we will dive into GameStop fundamentals and explore different ways to value the company and its opportunities moving forward. We will look at the gaming industry, the management team, the Ryan Cohen effect, and the current c-suite. We will look at GME ownership and discuss its brand. We will discuss future growth opportunities including services and blockchain as well as digital assets. We will discuss the short position and look at open interest on call options. We will discuss creative ways to reward shareholders and inflict maximum pain on short sellers including both ordinary and digital asset dividends. We will show how at $137 per share GME is actually cheaper than when it was $65 many years ago. We will discuss how GameStop can change its business model and quickly command higher valuation. We will discuss how GameStop could be added to Mutual funds, and index funds by meeting investment guidelines set by those funds and indexes. We will then cover the best ways for GME to raise capital when it needs it some of which can immediately increase the value of the company.
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