WISH Stock: What Investors Are Saying About ContextLogic as It Becomes a Meme Stock Favorite

ContextLogic (NASDAQ:WISH) stock is on the rise Monday morning as it continues to be a favorite with meme investors.

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With that extra interest from Reddit and other traders that frequent social media, there’s no denying that WISH stock is gaining traction. We can see that today with heavy trading of the shares. As of this writing, more than 60 million shares of the stock have changed hands. That’s already well above its daily average trading volume of about 30.1 million shares.

Of course, with all this heavy trading comes more talk about WISH stock online. Here’s what a few traders on Twitter (NSE:TWTR) have to say about the movement.

WISH Stock Talk

Investors piling into WISH stock looking for gains might want to stick around after all the excitement is over. There’s a good argument for the stock still being worth investing in outside of all this recent trading. That’s thanks to its business model of offering cheap products for cheap prices that is drawing in customers.

It’s worth noting that WISH stock is incredibly volatile right now. As such, investors will want to be wary. While the stock is above the $10 price point that would make it a penny stock, it’s only barely and it hasn’t been there long.

WISH stock was up 6.1% as of Monday morning but is down 37.2% since the start of the year.

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