The WWE Stock

My general advice on the WWE Stock is to not follow it. Its movements do not correspond to WWE events, WWE programming, or major news regarding WWE. It does not correspond to quarterly reports, analyst voodoo, or chanting in tongues. WWE went public in 2000, and ever since then, it has been a confusing mess.

Much like wrestling itself, it’s difficult to actually understand but super easy to speculate on like a moron.

Did you know, the last time the WWE stock was this low, was a week before Brock Lesnar and Undertaker performed a classic in Hell in a Cell? You’d think it would be the week after, when HHH did the Katie Vick scene, but nope, the stock rose that week. Did you know that it’s most recent high, April 26, 2010, was when WWE had their draft Raw, and Big Show was drafted to Raw? That sure was a big deal.

This is the last time you’ll hear me talk about it, and it’s in everyone’s best interest to forget the bloody thing exists.