Gamestop (NYSE: GME) has an incredible start for 2021 as stocks have skyrocketed over 800% in less than ten trading sessions. Gamestop has a history of 37 years, has a free cash flow of about $150 million but for some reason it became a target for some big short selling hedge funds. With only 69,7 million shares outstanding, Gamestop short interest remains above 140%. With retail traders betting millions on a contrarian trade and with the help of Elon Musk who twitted about the stock, Gamestop finished yesterday’s trading session 92% higher at $147,98 with a company valuation of $10,3 billion. With short interest at current levels, market participants are very confident that the company will rise much more in the near-term.