Short-seller Citron said its scheduled livestream on why GameStop buyers are 'suckers at this poker game' was halted by attempted Twitter hacks
Citron Researchsuspended a livestream meant to explain its short position on GameStopon Thursday.
- The short-seller said many attempts were made to hack its
- Citron's Andrew Left later posted a YouTube video, highlighting downside potential for the gaming retailer.
Short-seller Citron Research suspended a livestream event meant to explain its position on GameStop on Thursday, saying there were many attempts made to hack its Twitter account.
"Too many people hacking Citron twitter, will record and post later today," the account tweeted on Thursday. "$GME going to $20 buy at your own risk."Andrew Left, Citron's managing partner, told Bloomberg in an interview that Twitter alerted him of someone trying to change his password. Twitter locked Citron's account as a safeguard and coordinated with the owner to restore it.
The trader expects GameStop to go back to $20 after consecutive gains following an update to its board of directors sent its shares 93% higher.
GameStop closed at $43.03 on Thursday, up roughly 140% year-to-date.
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