As a so-called "meme stock," the numbers point to the fact that individual investors are somehow bending the rules to their will.

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While the globe is reeling from the Coronavirus pandemic, numerous retailers, restaurants and businesses of all sizes have made the hard, but prudent decision to tell workers to stay home for their own safety. But not Gamestop.

Did you get your hands on a copy of Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 yesterday? Then you have a lot of company. Video game retailer GameStop reports that they sold over $1 million copies of the highly anticipated shooter during its midnight launch. Source