Meme Stock Watch: What Investors Are Saying About Camber Energy (CEI) Stock Today

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Camber Energy (NYSEAMERICAN:CEI) stock continues to be popular among meme stock investors on social media.

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While there’s no specific news behind today’s interest in CEI stock, that isn’t stopping retail traders from taking note of it. The stock has been a favorite of these traders lately. That’s unsurprising as its short-squeeze potential and low price make it an easy pump target.

Let’s take a look at what meme stock traders have to say about CEI stock today.

CEI Stock Twitter Talk

Now let’s see what Reddit has to say about CEI stock today.

CEI Stock Reddit Chatter

“CEI looks interesting today, maybe PROG.” — JunkFoodKilla187

“Ehh not as worried about offerings as I usually would be. CEI was on my do not trade list but it is a new company now with the carbon capture news so I’m hoping it branches off from the way it used to trade (like absolute shit).” — ubersucksbigtime

“Wouldn’t be suprised if CEI doubles or triples from this price.” — ubersucksbigtime

Of course, it comes as no surprise that CEI stock is seeing heavy trading alongside the extra attention today. As of this writing, more than 154 million shares of the stock have changed hands. To put that in perspective, the company’s daily average trading volume is closer to 51.8 million shares.

CEI stock was up 6.3% as of noon Wednesday and is up 70.9% since the start of the year.

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