Steven Universe is a cartoon series that follows the adventures of a girl named Garnet and her friends as they try to save the world from the monsters that are plaguing it.
Since the series debuted in 2005, fans have created fan art that shows Garnet as a young girl and has taken on a life of its own as a vibrant fandom and has even inspired a video game that has a spin-off called Garnet’s Party.
But now that Garnet has been featured in the first episode of a new season of Steven Universe, fans are being inundated with the urge to buy her stock.
“I’ve been asked by a lot of people to go through my trading history, and if I ever sell it, I’ve never sold it,” said Adam Jones, an analyst at TheStreet.
“They’ve been so excited that they’re willing to buy Garnet stock now, even though she’s a completely different character.”
Jones said the stock is now up more than 15 percent since the season started, and that it’s the best time to buy in to the fandom.
“We’re in a spot right now where there’s a lot more excitement,” he said.
“People are really excited to be around the show and the show is getting more and more popular.”
Jones, who works in the investment industry, said he has watched as Steven Universe fans have used their accounts to trade in stock in the show.
He said he is not worried about stock being sold out, because he believes the show has a loyal following and it’s not going anywhere.
“A lot of my clients are doing it because they’ve seen the show, and I’m sure it’s very much a passion project,” he explained.
“The fans are passionate about the show.”
Jones added that he is concerned that the stock may not last long.
“It’s like buying a house, you might not have to pay for it and then the next day the market starts crashing,” he added.
“The market is very volatile right now, and people are going to want to sell at some point.
So, you need to be very careful with what you buy.
But I do think there’s an upside to it.”
Jones also pointed out that there are a lot less expensive options for trading in stock for fans, like stocks that are based on actual price movements.
“For the time being, it’s probably better to wait until after the season is over,” he concluded.