GameStop is now up over 2,000% in the past year. Yes, you read that right.
Though the stock is down from its high Monday of $159 a share, it's still trading around $89 a share as of noon on Tuesday.
Need I remind you that it's 52-week low is $2 a share?
This has been one of the biggest short squeezes led by Reddit's WallStreetBets.
So, with the stock still soaring, what does Jim Cramer make of the short squeeze now?
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