DBGI Stock News: Why Jim Cramer Thinks Digital Brands Is Today’s ‘Pump and Dump’


Digital Brands (NASDAQ:DBGI) stock is running higher on Thursday as Jim Cramer calls it out as the new pump and dump of Reddit traders.

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According to Cramer, the “primates”, in reference to Reddit traders calling themselves “apes”, are pushing shares of DBGI stock higher before an eventual fall.

So why is Cramer so sure about this? Heavy trading volume on no news is the first sign that something’s up. In the case of DBGI stock, some 11 million shares have changed hands as compared to the daily average trading volume of about 3.6 million shares.

Of course, another easy way to track stocks being pumped by meme traders is to search Reddit threads. There’s surprisingly little discussion about the stock over on Reddit, but we are seeing some chatter on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR), which is also a hot spot for retail traders.

Let’s take a look at what those traders are saying about DBGI stock today.

DBGI Stock Twitter Talk

While it might seem tempting to jump into the DBGI stock rally this morning, traders will want to do so with caution. Digital Brands is the pure definition of a penny stock with shares trading in the $2 range, and a market cap of only $35.61 million.

That means the stock is easy to manipulate for traders looking for quick profits. While there is money to be made by following these volume traders, there’s no doubt a dump is coming that could leave you with more red than green in your portfolio.

DBGI stock was up 9.9% as of Thursday morning.

Let’s take a look at other recent stock market stories for today!

There’s plenty to discuss on Thursday as the stock market continues to be busy. That includes a big deal for Medirom Healthcare Technologies (NASDAQ:MRM), this morning’s pre-market stock movers, and more. You can get all those details at the following links!

More Stock Market News for Thursday

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