Olde timers don't understand why GME keeps making profits in a recession.
The reason is because these olde timers did not grow up with computers or video games.
They don't understand that the under 20 age group today would rather buy that new game out today rather than buy clothes or toys.
Today's video games are as addictive as cigarettes were to teens in the 1950's
Just like Marlboro grew like a monster on addicting teens in the 1950's-1970's so too will GME grow into a monster stock caused by its addictive nature.
So which fund managers will profit from this? The new breed fund managers aged 25-35 will profit because they are young enough to understand the addictive nature of video games.
I have two sons and this fall and winter they have spent every spare minute playing video games leaving us with screaming at them to do other things besides playing video games. But as soon as were not watching they are buying more games and keep playing. Does that sound familiar to you olde timers? I used to go out and buy cigarettes and smoke whenever my parents weren't watching too much like today's video gamer kids defying their parents wishes..