As a streamer, Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa found herself at the top of Twitch. Not only was she incredibly popular, namely for her ASMR streams and her meta-establishing content, but she was also controversial. Amouranth has been banned a few times, done some questionable things on stream, and more, but she has retained her popularity.
More recently, though, Amouranth has become more known for sharing about her investments. What began with the purchase of a 7/11 gas station has turned into financial talk about recent investments like Activision-Blizzard, Google, and S&P Global, and more. Now, Amouranth has invested a ton of money into the business giant Amazon, the owner of Twitch.
Amouranth revealed that she purchased 500 shares of Amazon stock, with each coming in at $2169. This means she spent $1,084,000 on Amazon Stock, which feels funny since she is a Twitch streamer, but that’s not the only thing she revealed. She also has limited orders in place for her investments in Amazon, Google, and Microsoft, with Amouranth elaborating on her investment plan too. Specifically, she added that she intends to buy more Amazon, Google, and Microsoft “every 5-10% down.” She claims this will guarantee returns in the upper teens or low twenty percent, adding that it would be bumpy but was also a no-brainer. She then added, shortly after that, that Microsoft would likely return less but it’s probably even safer than other investments.
The Twitch streamer also added her seven-figure cashflow helps make these even more of a no-brainer. That, and she also states she has a dividend portfolio that “does mid 6 figs on the dividends alone.” Since it’s not ESG investments, she said she pretends it doesn’t exist and then made a comment directed at her “haters.” “BRB going broke when I hit a wall or whatever it is the hater bois say.”
Whether it’s live on stream or with her recent investments, Amouranth knows how to get attention, and this financial talk has been circling her for a few weeks. After all, when Amouranth invested in Activision-Blizzard, there was a lot of discourse about the ethics of it, with Amouranth knowing about the lawsuit and all that. Meanwhile, Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter followed an investment in the company, which Amouranth had also praised at the time. The entire Elon Musk Twitter purchase was another source of discourse at the time.
While many may not come to Amouranth to learn about her finances, it doesn’t seem like it’s going to stop soon. After all, Amouranth intends to continue investing in Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and who knows what else.