NUS student chalks up $100k unrealised gains on GameStop shares

Online brokers said most GameStop investors are younger punters hoping to make quick profit. PHOTO: BLOOMBERG
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SINGAPORE - Mr Lim, a final-year student at the National University of Singapore, has invested a total of $20,000 buying GameStop shares.

The 25-year-old, who did not wish for his full name to be known, has drawn from his savings and used money he made giving tuition to invest in the video game retailer.

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