According to a report from March 25th, GameStop's stock value increased yet again, this time by about 13%.
Back in January, the video game outlet's shares rose as high as $483 during an attempt to disrupt a common ploy by short-sellers. The tactic, which many believe to have originated on the popular website known as Reddit, sparked a lot of tension between modest traders and Wall Street tycoons.
Since the highly spectated battle took off, the stock has risen five more times after hitting a low point of $38.50/share back in the middle of February.
As GameStop works hard to increase its presence in the e-commerce world, there's no telling what could happen to the company's value in coming months.