Popular online brokerage Robinhood has seemingly barred trading of the meme stocks that sparked the mind-blowing Reddit rally in stocks heavily shorted by Wall Street’s elite.
Popular meme stocks are unavailable to trade on the booming retail trading platform.
As of 9:25 a.m. shares of GameStop, AMC and Nokia–all stocks that have climbed more than 300% in recent days–are unavailable to trade, or even search, on Robinhood.
Interactive Brokers has also barred trading of such stocks, CNBC reported.
Shares of GameStop and AMC are tanking 25% and 33%, respectively, Thursday morning.
Robinhood did not immediately return a Forbes request for comment.
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