WallStreetBets took Wall Street and the nation by storm in January 2021. The short squeeze that the rogue investors from the subreddit group put on the markets helped bolster struggling brands while costing big brokerage houses millions of dollars. The popularity of this group has moved into the precious metals industry with silver and copper rounds. Now, silver statues are also available. Today, 30 oz Antique Finish Silver Wall Street Bets Statues are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside boxes with foam inserts and a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Antique polish!
- Casting limited to 100 statues only!
- Consists of 30+ Troy ounces of actual silver content.
- Features the image of the WallStreetBets character icon atop a rocket with diamonds in his hands.
- Statue base is shaped like the Moon.
- Laser-etched Asset IDs.
- Serial number, weight, and purity on the base.
The move by WallStreetBets members from the subreddit group to buy up stocks the users viewed as undervalued by Wall Street resulted in a massive change in the value of several companies’ stocks. Among the brands that WallStreetBets targeted were companies like AMC Theaters, Bed Bath & Beyond, and GameStop. In some cases, stocks jumped in value as much as 700%.
All of the 30 oz Antique Finish Silver Wall Street Bets Statues in this listing come with protective packaging. The statues are housed in a box with a foam insert and arrive with a Certificate of Authenticity from the mint. These statues have been finished with an antique polish that helps to highlight the intricate details of the design.
In addition to the standard COA, these Wall Street Bets statues come with a laser-etched Asset ID stored on the Bevis blockchain. The statues also come with laser-etched details on the base that include a unique serial number, metal content, and weight. These silver statues come with .925 silver content, known as sterling silver.
For the design of the 30 oz Antique Finish Silver Wall Street Bets Statues, the producer features the now-famous image of the WallStreetBets character icon. This image of the character shows him riding a rocket to the Moon with diamonds in his hands. The term diamond hands is used in conversation threads on the subreddit to refer to holding a stock regardless.
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