Reddit Stocks: What Investors Are Saying About MINM, DTSS and NOK Today


Reddit stocks just aren’t taking a break with some of the social media forum’s favorites seeing massive movement today.

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Let’s begin this with a quick look at how some of Reddit’s top stocks are performing today.

  • Minim (NASDAQ:MINM) stock is sitting 4.5% higher this morning but is on the decline from its opening price. There have also been some 12 million shares changing hands compared to the daily average trading volume of about 21,000 shares.
  • Datasea (NASDAQ:DTSS) shares are running 73.4% higher as of Wednesday morning. Over 52 million shares of the stock have traded compared to the daily average trading volume of roughly 879,000 shares.
  • Nokia (NYSE:NOK) stock is on the move today with shares trading 1.4% higher this morning. As of this writing, some 18 million shares have moved compared to the daily average trading volume of roughly 40.2 million shares.

Now that we know what these Reddit stocks are doing today, let’s see what traders have to say about them.

Reddit Stocks: MINM

Reddit Stocks: DTSS

Reddit Stocks: NOK

Of course, there’s a wide variety of other stock market news that investors will want to know about today.

Fortunately for them, InvestorPlace has them covered with all of the most recent stock market news worth looking into. That includes Velodyne Lidar (NASDAQ:VLDR) surging on a deal with Nvidia’s (NASDAQ:NVDA), the European Central Bank considering a digital euro, as well as airlines stocks including American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL), Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), and United Airlines (NASDAQ:UAL) moving today. You can learn all about these topics at the links below!

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