AMC Theatres’ Surprise Stock Winners: Meet the Pizza Delivery Guy Who Turned $800 Into $65,000

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So you’ve just made a healthy six figures, thanks to AMC Entertainment’s recent Wall Street mega-surge. What’s next? For Tyran Brown, a 34-year-old songwriter from Los Angeles who has seen his investment in the cinema chain increase eight-fold, the answer is clear: “I’m probably going to get ‘AMC’ tat’d on me!” Brown is one of many investors who’s considering some fresh ink in honor of the nation’s largest cinema chain. AMC stock is officially white hot, jumping from $9.39 per share to $51.34 over the last month (even after a 20% drop last Thursday). From the beginning of 2021, the chain’s run is even hotter, increasing 2,454% since opening the year at $2.01 per share. That spike has helped many “Average Joe” investors turn their bets on AMC into a small fortune — and allowed them to start thinking about new cars, new homes, exotic vacations and, sure, tattoos. Brown is one of those AMC investors. He first started buying AMC shares last August, when the company was hovering near $4 per share. It was a dark time for AMC and the the movie business overall, with the coronavirus pandemic shutting down theaters and pushing big-budget Hollywood flicks back to...

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