Keith Gill was the principal player in the Wall Street saga that raised GameStop stock from under $3 to as high as $483. Gill and other everyday traders made money while hedge funds lost millions. He managed to turn a $53,000 investment into $48 million by fueling the GameStop craze. 

Keith Gill is reportedly living in Massachusetts with his wife and daughter

Keith Gill adopted a private life following the culmination of the GameStop saga. Gill, a former serial uploader on social media, hasn’t posted anything online since 2021. He reportedly lives in Massachusetts with his wife and daughter. The producers of Dumb Money, a film about Gill’s role in the Gamestop saga, attempted to contact him, but he didn’t respond. He also failed to respond to Reuter’s requests for comment. 

The amount of money Gill made during the GameStop stock surge is a mystery. Gill didn’t face any repercussions for hyping GameStop’s stock. However, the company he worked for, Mutual Life Insurance Co., paid a $4 million fine for failing to supervise Gill’s trading activities. Gill said before a Congress committee that he wasn’t responsible for people’s losses:

“My posts did not cause the movement of billions of dollars into GameStop shares. It is tragic that some people lost money, and my heart goes out to them. I was abundantly clear that my channel was for educational purposes only, and that my aggressive style of investing was unlikely to be suitable for most folks.”