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Cornell student makes donation to his hometown hospital after turning $1,700 into $30,000 in Game Stop stock surge

Cornell Sophomore Hunter Kahn had quite an experience with the Game Stop stock craze last week.

“I started with $ 1,700 and after I sold my call options at about $30,000,” Kahn told CNYCentral.


He wanted to do something good with it. Kahn decided to give back to a hospital in his hometown.

“I went, and I donated six Nintendo switch lights, six games to go with them, and about $100 in online credit,” the Minnesota native added.

The stock has since cooled, and is trading around $90 a share at the moment. That number will surely continue to fluctuate or decline, as the company itself sees a smaller market in the future.



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