The bigger the company, the harder the fall.
When it comes to Wall Street, losses run pretty big these days. The whole meme stock controversy has everyone (even politicians!) talking about the ethics of trading… which can get pretty confusing.
Luckily for us denizens of the net, we have extremely dank memes to explain even the most complicated concepts.
Here are 12 hot and spicy memes all about the Wall Street takedown.
12. That’s economics
Yeah, that’s pretty much it. That’s exactly how it works. Who would’ve thought!
What happened this week explained in simple terms:
– If one monkey buys stock, stock stays still
– If many monkeys buy stock, stock goes up
— Dr. Parik Patel, BA, CFA, ACCA Esq. ? (@ParikPatelCFA) January 30, 2021
11. RIP the 1%
Whatever shall these folks do without the proper funding for their next yacht?
I know this GameStop stuff is funny, but you have to remember this is hurting real people who own multiple boats
— Kevin Farzad (@KevinFarzad) January 27, 2021
Ah, the fresh smell of reigning double standards in the morning!
Just roll with it, boys…just roll with it.
8. That’s life
Wonder how Joaquin feels about all of this.
Whoever bought this is an absolute champion.
6. It just keeps getting crazier
Yeah, if you told me in March 2020 that this is where we’d be almost a year later, I’d literally laugh in your face.
Pandemic Day 25: I made bread 🙂
Day 95: I sure do miss my friends
Day 310: The White House appears to be under the control of a shirtless man in a Viking helmet
Day 330: Reddit’s coordinated attack on Wall Street is going as planned
— Bird Facts (@SupramanTrax) January 27, 2021
5. Time to face the music
Which witch is which?
Here’s the latest political alignment chart for all your compartmentalization needs.
2. That’s real
Everything is on fire, and it’s totally fine.
1. There he goes
It’s about time the little man stood up to the big guy.
If you’ve been following the insanity that is the whole GameStop fiasco, then these memes were sure to tickle your funny bones just right.
Anyone feel like going in on Blackberry next week? (Don’t listen to me, I have no idea what I’m talking about.)
What’s your take on all the Wall Street drama? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!