Rumble (NASDAQ:RUM) stock is on the move Tuesday as the YouTube alternative sees volatility during its second day of trading.
Rumble went public yesterday through a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) merger with CF Acquisition Corp VI. This saw the conservative YouTube rival switch its CFVI ticker to the new RUM stock ticker.
Shares of RUM stock ended up surging higher on its first day of trading Monday. However, we’re starting to see shares lose value throughout Tuesday. That’s not all that surprising, even without specific news today.
Instead, it’s likely that investors are seeing volatility surrounding RUM stock due to its recent public debut. Companies going public recently have been dealing with this as speculative traders push share prices higher before dropping them.
RUM Stock Is Seeing Less Activity Today
In the case of RUM stock, today’s trading volume is incredibly low at 6.6 million shares as of this writing. That’s worth noting because the daily average trading volume for shares sits closer to 19.3 million.
Rumble specifically targets conservative freedom of speech advocates with its video-streaming service. The company seeks to “be immune to cancel culture,” while also restoring “the Internet to its roots by making it free and open once again.”
RUM stock is down 13% as of Tuesday morning.
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