By now, you’ve likely seen a battle happening on Wall Street: pitted against each other are the hedge funds and institutional investors versus more of the common man — in this case the WallStreetBets subreddit.

The fight started with GameStop — a retail mainstay for the video game market that has been facing hard times even before the pandemic. Many investors have been shorting the stock (better against), which is nothing new in terms of the stock market.

What’s interesting this time is that many individual investors — many on the popular RobinHood app and r/WallStreetBets Reddit community, have called the bluff by squeezing the short position — driving what was an $18 stock in early January 2021 to as much as a high of $483, which is over a 1250% increase.

Where will the Reddit GameStop short game end up? Check out this visual deep dive, courtesy of Expensivity, for more information:

Infographic courtesy Expensivity