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$9B

52 Week High

$98.09

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$30.995

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$48.795

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$45.22

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Shredder Goes Brrr

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Mortgage Backed Securities. What’s the real issue here?

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Mark Spitznagel Safe Haven Summary

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APPL Long PUTs

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AMC they say keep #Hodling The bad !!! Apes lost Big Money. #AA made $45 million + in 2021.

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AA 40 year challenge

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This dude is on 🔥! Who is still talking shit about AA?!

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You won’t believe what fraud the AA battery industry may be involved in

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I'm a game developer. I'm long unity.

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Publicly Traded Companies with Exposure to Crypto

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Tips for a career in the Stock Market?

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Amazon and interest rates

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Vemanti Group VMNT

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Listen up fuckheads. Germany is re-arming. We know nothing wrong ever happens as a result of this, so go balls deep on Rheinmetall AG

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CLEAR THIS OUT FOR ME

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Sold Nile at open from .80 avg to 1.01 bought the hymc pump at 1.80 and feeling great.

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why we need Adam Aron to start selling NFT's

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Is HYMC a Piggy Bank for it's Investors and Can We Profit? Some DD

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For March 24th

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Thoughts about AA (Alcoa)?

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How did they know? Is it a Coincidence? Im missing something?

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Year 2 of AMC - Electric Boogaloo

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Adam Aron on Twitter - Thanks AA! I'm humbled that you liked my work! -Houdini $AMC #AMC

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BlackBerry 2022 Threat Report

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APES TOGETHER STRONG

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Is Credit Risk Rising on Wall Street, America ? Lets take a deep look at the Bond Market using TA...

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Nio Reportedly Raises $163M Through Debt Offering In China

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AMC CEO AA claims "retail owns 90% of the float", I call BS

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Who owns AMC float?

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Tweet from AA we still 4 millions apes. WE ARE NOT SELLING AND KEEP BUYING 🦍🦍🦍🦍🦍🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

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It seems Lou was wrong and he didn't get it right about 3rd and godzilla/transparency

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AA Said he wont sell anymore shares in 2022, so instead, he "donates" $1mil worth of shares that will inevitably be sold anyways.

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AA you mean 2 BILLION synthetics, gotcha 👍👍 🦍 🦍🚀🚀#AMC $$

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🥚Cage-Free Eggs 🥚 are Becoming Mandated by Law, and Cal-Maine Foods [CALM] Is Poised to Profit the Most. [Fundamentals][Technicals][Long]

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🥚Cage-Free Eggs 🥚 are Becoming Mandated by Law, and Cal-Maine Foods [CALM] Is Poised to Profit the Most. [Fundamentals][Technicals][Long]

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AA confronting Short Sellers!!!

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Largest Bet In WSB History! $SAVA ($30,121,964.39)

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JB Weld a TV to your bike and you are worth 12Billion

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Treys Trades and AA led me astray…

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Great Depression 2.0 = $AMC 🚀?

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So all you “Duuurrr AmC nEEds to hiT $21 foR SqUEEze toDaY!” Where you people at?! Where are the fundamentals?!

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So all you “Duuurrr AmC nEEds to hiT $21 foR SqUEEze toDaY!” Where you people at?!

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In your opinion, where did everything go wrong for the AMC squeeze play? (Not FUD) actual question.

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Last AMC post here. But I want the real. This isn’t FUD, but the truth. Where did everything go wrong with this squeeze play? In your opinions?

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Last AMC post here. But I want the real. This isn’t FUD, but the truth. Where did everything go wrong with this squeeze play? In your opinions?

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So we are 4,1 millions shares holders...Why is the max number is 580025 NFT's? I tought AA said every share older will have one....

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I mean after all, it’s not as if AA just sold 50mil worth of stock and then bragged publicly about donating to charity for which he is able to write off taxes. But we’re still bullish on AMC, right? Right?!

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I mean after all, it’s not as if AA just sold 50mil worth of stock and then bragged publicly about donating to charity for which he is able to write off taxes. But we’re still bullish on AMC, right? Right?!

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AA when he’s smashing that sell button watching his retirement skyrocket

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The "WSB Friendly" Ape DD mentality DD pt. 2 (The bears are coming)

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The "WSB friendly" Ape mentality DD pt. 2 (The bears are coming)

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Hopium needed

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The AMC Bust-Out - Players include Apollo, Silver Lake, Virtu, Citadel, and Goldman

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I'M OUT OF MICROWAVE POPCORN. WHERE I CAN BUY SOME AND WHEN AA? AMC popcorn coming to mall kiosks, supermarkets, convenience stores in 2022 | Fox Business🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

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Well AA News are not received well.

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AMC CEO, CFO , etc… dumping shares right on retail apes. Apes are okay with this because this was supposedly “estate planning”? This chart explains how well of a job CEO AA did for AMC

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Does AA knows something about next week 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀

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Here's Your Daily Market Brief For January 11th

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AA preparing to make his next move

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S&P most shorted two stocks - AA & DISCA

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2022 move

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Stocks that moved the most on January 3 : Gainers & Losers

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Stocks In News: Interglobe Aviation, RBL Bank, Sigachi Industries, and other stocks

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What stocks stayed steady or even rose during the omicron downturn?

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What stocks rose during the last market downturn?

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What stocks rose during the last market downturn?

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What stocks rose during the last correction?

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Banned from Popcorn Stock and Need some Advice

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QUARTR app, conference calls, and economic allegories.

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Alternative to Vanguard Intermediate-Term Tax-Exempt Fund (VWIUX) in Taxable account

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AMC Holders 🤏🤣🤡 Thank God I sold at 50 for 644k profit. If you're holding.... You got duped. AA screwed yall, you tubers screwed yall. Byebye

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While waiting for the Beta Release, take the opportunity to grab the Dip. More CAF more opportunities!

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Leading a horse to water: a story of apes helping apes fight shorts everywhere (again, again, and again, part deux)

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A hypothetical discussion on how the MOASS plays out based on comments from a user, DRS, and people's opinions.

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Sounds to me like we have 312,000 share to buy at a nice price!

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AMC and the trolls ruining the squeeze.

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This is BS

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Tesla Could Be Worth $1.6 Trillion. Catalysts Are Coming

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BLACK THURSDAY 12/16/2021 (Why I think the market will start a 30-50% next week)

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BLACK THURSDAY 12/16/2021 (Why I think the market will start a 30-50% next week)

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BLACK THURSDAY 12/16/2021 (why I think the market will start a 30-50% correction next week)

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“This ‘I Own AMC’ NFT is AMC’s second NFT and I can say with certainty there will be more NFTs in AMC’s future,” Aron said. GET READY! NFA

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“This ‘I Own AMC’ NFT is AMC’s second NFT and I can say with certainty there will be more NFTs in AMC’s future,” Aron said. GET READY! NFA

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AA = 🦍

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canoo - $GOEV - one of the best opportunities in EV

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canoo - $GOEV - one of the best opportunities in EV

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canoo - GOEV - one of the best opportunities out there

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I am now and AMC Investor

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Safe Haven by Mark Spitznagel Part 1

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John Bogle Common Sense on Mutual Funds Book Summary. This is like AA for all the WSB bag holders. Tell the wife’s boyfriend he is going to have to settle for a Civic instead of a Lamborghini

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This is like AA for the WSB dumb apes that post loss porn every other day. Investing book summaries, for all you bag holders!

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AA: “we broke the internet..” (FULL interview)

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Monday Bounce in Energy n Metals

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Tell me you are a gambler without telling me you are a gambler!

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Tell me you are a gambler without telling me you are a gambler!

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76'rs and AMC popcorn

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Is $BSGM on the verge of a breakout? Golden cross formation, Collaboration with the MAYO CLINIC

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Is $BSGM on the verge of a breakout? Golden cross formation, Collaboration with the MAYO CLINIC

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Low MC Security Oriented Token Here - SWAT -

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$CAPR is a little biotech with RMAT designation and priority review voucher. They are starting p3 trial now, and there is speculation that they could even be granted AA for their DMD cell therapy. But I would just emphasize that it's purely speculation. I hope they get the AA, but I will still stay for the p3. Low float, no debt, good cash position, and upconing milestone payments from their partnership with NS Pharma.

Mentions:#CAPR#AA#NS

LMFAO you tried calling my bluff and lost, and you are now scared to show yours. If it wasn’t funny, it would be purely hypocritical and pathetic. How do you want to define science? The Progressive wing of the DNC has a number of anti-education policies (CRT and “racist math”), it has a number of policies grounded in assumptions rooted in ideals very much at home in 19th century pseudoscientific thought (AA), and there’s a sea of hypocrisy about scientific topics related to global warming (gas tax holiday in the name of fakeconomics to window-dress a fight against inflation). Define “science,” and we can talk. Or, if you want me to define it, then let’s talk about the above examples. And lets be clear, you’re a middle aged amateur this that and another irrelevant thing who is insecure about his resume and doesn’t realize the profound irony of taking a stand to “defend intelligent and educated elected officials against weak generalized attacks on their credentials” while also saying that “all modern conservatives aren’t intelligent.” As for your sudden desire to not play economist, it’s worth pointing out that this entire thread is in the context of Liz questioning JPOW about economic policies and fundamentally either misunderstanding them or preying on her constituents by misrepresenting them (my comment about asking questions, not understanding a lot, and being supported by society’s participation trophy winners). Trying to back out now because you’re too insecure to stand by your convictions and/or because you’re too insecure to admit how indefensible you’re position now seems to you is pathetic. Lastly, the hill that you’re choosing to die on is doubly stupid, given you’re entirely basing the merit of her credentials on a combination of irrelevant degrees from mid/low tier universities and experience teaching at Harvard, and, I suspect unlike you, I’ve actually had Ivy professors. As such, I, unlike you, can actually evaluate the merit (or lack thereof) of the stronger of the two prongs upon which you’re basing your conclusion. That massive gap in your argument is why you should always evaluate people on the merits of their argument, not on their party affiliation. In this case, the merit of her argument (or lack thereof) is her grasp of the economic policy that A. she’s butchering and B. you’re cowering from.

Mentions:#CRT#AA

honestly AA is much better these days. Delta may have had an edge years ago but not anymore.

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Maybe it's more of an AA type setup, everyone will get their turn

Mentions:#AA

This is the perfect place to consolidate your vices. Might bring it up at the next AA/GA/NA meeting.

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Bro if AA dropping his bag doesn't tell them what's up, idk what will.

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20byears ago conservative Christian in AA meeting tells me to buy a gun cuz a police state is coming soon. Armageddon book of revelations canned goods stuff. Now he's dead and I'm still here gunlessand reading this shit.

Mentions:#AA

I don’t know how far off they are for middle class rates @ 25%. So I suppose they are far. Now if you mix that with selling a dog, then that loss is offset at. -15%. Potentially for instance I made 5k on stock A and I lost 5k on stock B, then my net CG is now only 10%. I heard that if I reinvest in the same sector though with the made money then in the IRS view, I have not really taken the gains off the table. So let’s say I sold AA and bought BA, does that pass the test? I honestly don’t know. Is this tax avoidance legit?

Mentions:#CG#AA#BA

I thought that was AA? I remember a guy who lost his families savings savings on baba but didn’t mention a sister

Mentions:#AA

Bro, you use coal/petrol just once. Than it's gone. Batteries can be reused and recycled. Just imagine: why aren't you seeing landfills full of old-school AA batteries? We had them for 70 years. It's because they get recycled. That's why they say "don't throw them in the trash, put them in those special battery container" Same things happens to all lead batteries for the cars, why don't we see landfills full? Because, they too, get recycled. Listen, you can diss on musk, no problem with that. Just don't try to outsmart the entire scientific community.

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Yeah that's why Ukraine with old migs are still flying and hitting targets. Their anti air is useless against modern stealth aircraft. Their anti air systems light up like a Christmas tree, making them easy to spot and destroy. Our aircraft don't even have to get within their AA range to strike artillery targets ( unlike them, we actually have precision weapons ) Literally the only thing stopping NATO from walking in and shoving them back to the Russian boarder is the threat of nuclear war.

Mentions:#AA

The x factor here is if China excells over the short to intermediate term, so will many US stocks. Companies like AAPL, semiconductors, Commodities, travel stocks will be doing well. I grabbed up some TSN, AA, energy calls through the recent downturn. And thinking of jumping into some hotel stocks, betting on the earnings to be much stronger than feared.

Mentions:#AAPL#TSN#AA

Robinhood is the worst brokerage / app. AMC is also trash , in my opinion, AA's example of leadership is his greatest flaw. That and his past .... Short term you may make "Money" ....longterm ?i fear the opposite I cannot emphasize enough.... GAMING NFTs ... BLOCKCHAIN, GME.

Mentions:#AMC#AA#GME

The youngest boomers are 58. May still not be 100% in equities...may never have been 100% in equities. But changes in AA are usually gradual; it's not like you hit 65 and decided "Welp, I better sell all of my stock." The textbook would have them gradually increasing the bond portion of their portfolio as their age increases.

Mentions:#AA

I wonder if AA is upset that we voted down his $19M pay package!

Mentions:#AA

Why does this sound like an AA meeting?

Mentions:#AA

I don't like the tweet. I would rather he said nothing but people kept hounding him about it. That is not his job. His job is to run the company. I wish he could do something about the naked shorting. I need AA to run the company and make it strong and get the balance sheet back in black and dividends. Us Apes will do the rest by buying HODL shares.

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It is humanly impossible to be this wrong all the time. CNBC and this crook are criminals. I remember back one day around the time when GME was getting traction, CNBC was all about investing in American Airlines as a safe, undervalued alternative guess what, it was close to one of AA's worst earning reports, and their CEO was on another "paid interview" on CNBC. CNBC is the embodiment of what is wrong with American corporations and MSM.

Mentions:#GME#AA#MSM

I copy pasted this for you so you can debunk the facts. Feel free to pass it around and prove me wrong! YOU WONT LMFAO CAUSE YOU CANT! No see you are exposing yourself and still are ignorant to his sarcasm. Amc had a reported short percentage in January of 22%, than AA diluted the float 400%, than ran in June!so you would need at least a 422% but really 100% reported short. Which amc never has or had. So he’s clowning you clowns for thinking amc is systemic risk or a squeeze play to present day. Also proving there was never a liquidity issue or liquidity crunch ever. If AA is gonna retire in two years why wouldn’t he sell his shares before he retires instead of help his buddies at mudrick,Wanda,silver lake and Apollo over his own investors ohhhh and insiders. Why not just sell after moass In two years. Exactly! Gasparino is a shit bag! But he been clowning you clowns for ever now. These are all facts. Prove me wrong. I’ll wait lmfao

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No see you are exposing yourself and still are ignorant to his sarcasm. Amc had a reported short percentage in January of 22%, than AA diluted the float 400%, than ran in June!so you would need at least a 420% but really 100% reported short. Which amc never has or had. So he’s clowning you clowns for thinking amc is systemic risk or a squeeze play to present day. Also proving there was never a liquify issue or liquidity crunch ever. If AA is gonna retire in two years why wouldn’t he sell his shares before he retires instead of help his buddies at mudrick,Wanda,silver lake and Apollo over his own investors ohhhh and insiders. Why not just sell after moass In two years. Exactly! Gasparino is a shit bag! But he been clowning you clowns for ever now. These are all facts. Prove me wrong. I’ll wait lmfao![img](emote|t5_2th52|4263)

Mentions:#AA

I would definitely hold Series I Bonds from the US Treasury and TIPS. Cooperate bonds coming from AA/AAA companies are also very good

Mentions:#TIPS#AA#AAA

AA has it for $525, stop 🚬

Mentions:#AA

It seems like it’s just AA for people priced out of their markets

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Just a proxy AMC slight. Who leaves off KG but adds AA to that list? 🙄

Mentions:#AMC#AA

It’s worse than that. AA penned a deal to borrow a bunch of money that they didn’t need and two days later the lender converted and sold their entire lot of 44m shares while the buy buttons was taken away

Mentions:#AA

You include Gabe, but leave off KG and add AA? Come on.

Mentions:#AA

Ukrainian military *was* dogshit back in 2014—that's why they lost Crimea. They've spent the last 8 years training with US forces both on the ground and in the air. American pilots, especially remarked that they weren't at all surprised how well UA airforce has performed given they're outnumbered 10-1... been planning, training, and devising tactics to work in conjunction with AA systems for eight years an accomplishing all this with 40-year-old Soviet-era MiG 29s and SU 35s. They knew this was coming, and they planned for it. So no, their military is not, presently, dogshit. Poland, by contrast, is a member of NATO, which means an attack against them is an open obligation for the US, UK, France, Germany, the whole alliance to go to war. NATO is bigger, more populous, and has a HUGE economic advantage against Russia. We, especially Poland, have been preparing for a Russian attack... not for eight years with antiquated Soviet equipment... but for over thirty years with the most advanced shit there is like F-35s and F-22s. So an attack of Russia against Poland would look somewhat similar to Ukraine, except with Ukraine having a numerical advantage, better logistics, more uniform training, total, unequivocal air superiority, and long-range (1000+ km) satellite-guided attacks against targets deep within Russia.

Mentions:#UA#AA#SU

Are you really questioning whether people on WSB are retarded? That's like walking into an AA meeting and asking if they're all alcholics.

Mentions:#AA

In my AA meetings, they say, let go and let god. I say that to my money everytime I make an options play.

Mentions:#AA

Ford hit a 52 week low $11 and change today. I bought all I could afford. I don't care if it drops further, this a LONG term hold stock. In my mind, that is too good to pass up. Even if it drops, it is still a long term value stock. My grandchildren may profit from it, even if I don't last long enough to. Waiting for Skywest to go under $20, then I load up a few hundred on that as well. I would have bitten on JetBlue at $7.99 as well, but the amount of debt that they, and especially AA are carrying scares me.

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That’s the best part. It’s a huge coverup and the entire economy is hinging on illegal shorting of a used video game and JPEG pawn shop. And instead of the CEO just saying “hey here’s the deal, illegal shirts are everywhere and 900x the float voted” he’s resorted to shitposting on twitter because his hands are tied. Never mind the fact that the overstock ceo commented on illegal shorts. Or fucking AMC AA literally just did a day ago. Nope. It’s all huge crime and fuckery and red tape stopping the truth from being revealed. These guys are legitimately retarded. Not “haha what a retard” retarded. Like, full blown conspiracy theorist “I ate paint chips for breakfast my entire life while my parents hit me in the head with a baseball bat” levels of retarded.

Mentions:#AMC#AA

people getting mad about AA's tweet but what if he's being cryptic and the 6 times refers to how many times the float is over. Why would AMC do 6 share counts in a year? they only have Qtrly meetings where they need to count for votes

Mentions:#AA#AMC

This sounds like a fucking AA group convo

Mentions:#AA

I have a lot of queefy comments going after hedgies and shills on WSB. Doing Gods work! Call me what you want but feel free to check my profile, you’ll see I’m very much for AMC and GME. Though I will admit I don’t believe in a MOASS and not super trustworthy of AA. Burn me at stake if you wish, I’ll still hold.

Mentions:#AMC#GME#AA

Hoping my AA and TSN July calls don't die in vain.

Mentions:#AA#TSN

How do you feel about AA coming out tonight and yet again shitting on your DD saying there are trillions of fake AMC shares? Dudes telling you guys you’re all retarded, kinda funny.

Mentions:#AA#AMC

Is it normal to drink to numb your emotions? Not just in the market but in life or should I go to AA or rehab?

Mentions:#AA

I got TSN and AA July calls in anticipation of a rally

Mentions:#TSN#AA

Cohen hasn’t done anything that that started MOASS. Neither has AA but saying that Cohen somehow is different is wrong. Neither has started MOASS. Both are apes in their own way. AA is extremely transparent and has done everything we’ve asked. I know RC bought more and AA sold a very very small amount because he’s still the largest shareholder. aA never sold in the several years he was ceo. The managers forfeited their bonus shares. He told us everything before anything happened. Again. If RC didn’t start MOASS yet, he’s no different than AA.

Mentions:#AA#RC

ok ok ok i need the price to go up, i cant take this anymore, everyday im checking the price and its dipping, everyday i check the price... bad price, i cant take this anymore man. I have over invested by a lot. it is what it is but i need the price to go up. can devs do something? https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/691803248218210395/986505154637479946/trim.03FBD729-5451-4801-A92F-2E1C5F233AA3.mov

Mentions:#AA

This decision on Tuesday....calls on AA

Mentions:#AA

Maybe some are actually looking at the financials. Over 2 billion deficit in shareholder equity. Debts outweigh assets by over 2 billion. No dividends possible for some time. Actually missed earnings in Q1. People compared adjusted to the forecast but forecast was pre adjustment. Loss expected in Q2. HYMC is but a distraction. Mark to market this quarter will be negative. AA releases about nothing burgers. "Investment " in advertising companies was essentially a warrant exercise. Blockbusters and nothing else. Overall attendance DOWN.

Mentions:#HYMC#AA

In this environment? TSN, OXY, AA

Mentions:#TSN#OXY#AA
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I don't know why you're getting downvoted but this is correct, with the caveat that smaller companies that are not generating a profit (so capital raised during the bull market) are going to get crushed unless they stumble on a hit. A lot of the developers on these are receiving SBC packages alongside normal salaries, and the talent pool is ridiculously under-supplied. AA-AAA is going to hoover up every VC/market-funded mobile/crypto game company developer roster, and anything that went public/IPO without a stable profit (looking at you Work-for-hire/licensing A-AA companies) is going to be volatile at best. Incumbent games are like incumbent tech; good fundamentals/business > speculative growth during recession. We're already seeing it on the ASX (Australia) where one is fairing okay, the other one is a total bloodbath (down more than 70% since IPO).

>How do you think they've stayed open for over 100 years??? By existing before streaming was a thing. However, streaming is now a thing. >We're recovering from covid lockdowns Pre Covid AMC was already a struggling company losing market share to streaming year upon year and buckling under the weight of it's debt burden. Ticket sales are still half of what they were in Q1 2019, despite lockdown measures largely being lifted. They still have $5b in debt, which even a (completely unrealistic) return to their record high TTM EBITDA would be insufficient to pay off by due date. Simply put, even a best case scenario leaves them inevitably bankrupt once their cash reserves run out. Their only path to shaking their debt without bankruptcy would be another massive dilution, which would kill value for current shareholders as well as putting the final nail in the coffin of the squeeze play (although, you folk didn't seem to mind when they printed 400m shares before, so I doubt you'll notice that multiplying the size of your float again obviously eliminates any pressure on whatever short sellers remain). >Hollywood is making more and more blockbusters There were also blockbusters pre Covid, a time when the company was also failing. With the growing prominence of streaming, a larger percentage of big budget movies are skipping theatres altogether. >Netflix wanting to put new releases in cinemas The reason they couldn't come to a deal pre Covid is because of a disagreement on the cinema exclusivity period. This period has been drastically cut in the wake of Covid (obviously to the detriment of theatres), and looks set to remain that way. If a deal is reached now, it's a sign of a desperate AMC ceding to their demands due to a current lack of content. Besides which, streaming services doing cinema releases is a double edged sword, as it serves as both an advertisement and an income stream for those services, allowing them to continue growing (and carving away more of AMC's customers in the process). >AA diversifying assets (gold mine) This argument is particularly dumb. Even if the gold mine was a genuinely good investment, you could simply invest in it directly yourself. Buying into an extremely overvalued company in the hope that a small investment they made brings in some cash is just silly. Besides which, the mine in question is too low grade to be profitable, and would require an insane increase in the price of gold/silver to make them actually digging into the ground a profitable venture. >AMC credit card What would that entail exactly? Just AMC branding on an existing banks card? In the unlikely event that this happens, it's not like the banks would pay AMC for it, and it's not exactly a great source of advertising. Simply put, a colossal waste of time. >popcorn in supermarkets. AMC buys all their popcorn from weaver popcorn, who also provide much of the popcorn you see in stores. All AMC would be doing is slapping their logo onto an identical product, hard to see that bringing in significant enough revenue to compensate for their failing core business. Besides which, the best way for this venture to succeed would be to advertise it as the theatre experience at home, which would cut into their ticket sales. >We going in the right direction To zero is certainly a direction, but I wouldn't call it the right one.

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Why do you all bash AMC so hard. AA have plenty of advance notice he was selling those shares. He’s in his sixties and probably plans on retiring at some point. He still holds a very large position in AMC as that is how he is paid. Will the GME squeeze be larger… probably and most likely it will, but stop trying to act like you are better. The hedge fucks look at us all the same. They see us as dumb no research type meme investors. Both stocks will rise. There was once a time your company was hated and shit talked. Nobody except Roaring Kitty and his small circle of early investors really have any room to talk l. We are apes plain and simple. I invest in both companies. We aren’t in competition with each other so stop making it that way. We have a common enemy, the hedge funds.

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Congrats GME, I think y’all will squeeze unlike those shit talking bums hoping a Popcorn stock will get to a million, but failed to realize that every time that stock goes up AA cashed out millions and it drops like a rock.

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How do you think they've stayed open for over 100 years??? We're recovering from covid lockdowns, Hollywood is making more and more blockbusters, Netflix wanting to put new releases in cinemas. AA diversifying assets (gold mine) AMC credit card, popcorn in supermarkets. We going in the right direction

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I was going to say $AA as a joke but I looked it up and Alcoa corp is in the aluminum business, which is pretty close right?

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Brb buying AA batteries

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Thanks for the heads up. I've bookmarked the site I want to move to automated option trading, once I get more experience in trading my own account. The feature I could use right now, if it has it, is to screen for potential trades according to my criteria. Manual screening is easy to do for a pool of 10 underlyings, still easy for 20, less easy for 30, 40, 50 ... I find these days I'm running into my own limits and missing opportunities. An automated assistant (AA) would be very helpful, as a step to automated training later. I would be willing to pay just for the right AA, because of the extra profit it would generate.

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yeah AA said its fud and that AMC has secured a 3 year supply of popcorn lol

Mentions:#AA#AMC

I'm probably crazy, but I'm liking calls, dated end of July, for TSN, OXY, and AA.

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Damn, brutal. This was literally me less than a decade ago. Below poverty level wages and scraping by minimal income playing low stakes online poker. All I can say is I know that feeling man, and it's not fucking fun. I'd there anything you can do to get your marketable skills up? The trades are dying for people and with the job market where it is there are some solid career specific AA degrees that pay solid.

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Yeah man There’s 9V, AA’s and more. Energizer is a popular brand

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I once believe in AMC until AA was an idiot and issued an offering when the stock was in the middle of a great squeeze.

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Aluminum used for horses. But seriously, Alcoa (AA on the NYSE) is one of the big players. Not sure if it's stable or wobbly.

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I'm getting really tempted to get some AA September calls. That it going to be back to $70 by at least August

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Look at $AA getting just hammered - so much for commodities as a place

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[SPX back to 4060 range](https://i.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/025/376/DJrmQ8yV4AA9JjX.jpg)

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>I have two problems though. The first is we don't live in that world. Most of the insurance products I've seen eliminate downside risk in ways that are more expensive than if you just hedged it away yourself using options, futures, portfolio design... There are a bunch of reasons for this. Insurance regulation require insurance companies to hold portfolios far safer (15-25% stock, rest in AA or better bonds) than you would want for anything but a very high short term draw portfolio (unless held on about 3::1 leverage which they don't do). Insurance companies need to hedge against correlated risk, like a sudden cure for heart disease. Etc... Then of course they simply charge a lot. I like investing in insurance companies because of those profits. But that is a problem for buying their products. I agree - investment assets of insurance companies are mostly held in very safe/secure assets (with correspondingly low yields). With a mutual insurance company though, the policyholders are technically the owners of the company (similar to a credit union). All earnings are distributed to the members through a dividend crediting system. This generates about 3-5% a year on average. Where IULs differ is that instead of taking that low 3-5% interest, they invest the interest (and only the interest, not the principle) into a call option strategy - using a debit bull call spread (buying at-the-money calls and selling a call option about 10% or so above the market). In good years, you make anywhere from 0-10% (which is about 2/3rd of the time), and in down years, you lose the whole thing. But because you only invested the interest you would have earned (not the principle), your risk of loss is limited to a 0% return. This doesn't require using any sort of leverage on the principle balance - only via the call option strategy, which has limited risk. And on average, this produces about 6-7% rate of return - which isn't stellar, but it's 6-7% with little to no downside risk, which is what's important. But I do agree with what you're saying about the high fees most insurance companies charge - especially the MLM types that's been plaguing the industry in recent years... As mentioned, I think about 90% of the products out there do have high fees and are not worth getting into. But there are good ones (mostly from mutual life insurance companies) that have substantially better fee structures. You also have some control over the fees because you can design them so that you purchase only the absolute lowest amount of coverage in proportion to the amount you're putting in. That will keep the fees low and maximize the compounding potential. Don't expect that from an MLM-type company, but there are good ones out there that allow you to purchase only the absolute minimum required. ​ >The second issue is you are conflating the in retirement and the well before retirement phase of life. When you are in the growth phase you want to be taking on risk not offsetting it. You get sequencing risk right before retirement. When you are 45 up to higher limits than most people would emotionally like risk is good for your wallet. Ultimately in investing what you are getting paid for is holding someone else's risk. To the extent the insurance company is holding that risk they are the ones getting compensated, and since they also take a high margin it is very damaging. Yeah you are going to get your balls kicked twice of so in your life by the market. But unnecessary security of return takes the possibility of loss and converts it into the certainty of loss. I don't agree on this - on separating the in-retirement vs the well-before-retirement... certainly, we can agree to disagree, but I think if you eliminate the risk from the beginning, it allows for greater compound potential later on in life.. I think most people take it as a given that you have to take a certain amount of risk in order to make money. whatever risk you don't take is transferred to someone else who makes/loses money - and if you don't take the risk, you don't make the money.. I used to be a commodities broker, trading futures/options for nearly a decade.. so I was definitely in that camp for the longest time as well. but I realized more recently this does not have to be the case.. there are asymmetric risk/return opportunities where u have little to no downside risk and substantially higher upside potential. what most people try to do is take on a lot of risk early in life and reduce risk later in life. but if you can eliminate the risk from the beginning, and achieve even semi-decent returns, you have the potential to leverage that and get GREAT results over time (without sacrificing safety). this is not a transfer of risk scenario - it's an entirely different paradigm altogether. And in the example we're discussing - with insurance companies - they're NOT taking on the risk and getting compensated for it. The way IULs are structured, there IS NO RISK (or very little, I should say - whatever risk there is with AAA-rated bonds, and asset-backed securities would have). Because of the fact that only the interest earned is deployed to a net-long call option strategy, your worst-case scenario is a 0% return. The insurance company is not taking on the risk and getting paid for it. They are also not keeping the upside potential of the market - it is simply how the strategy is structured. And bottom line, I believe what you're saying about IULs is that they have high fees... and again, I would assert that I agree with you on 90% of them out there - but it is NOT the case 100% of the time. Again, mainly through mutual life insurance companies, which are inherently not publicly traded since they are technically owned by the policyholders. but i realize it is like trying to find a needle in a haystack... There are good policies with very little fees - literally a fraction of what you would pay in an average 401k plan (which contrary to popular opinion are NOT cheap if you consider the lifetime cost of those things).

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I'm having a hard time understanding what you are proposing. I absolutely agree that sequencing risk is a very, very big deal. If you eliminated sequencing entirely you are at around 6.5% inflation adjusted. Add on mortality credits and I could see 9% (not sure if you are doing that or not). If insurance companies would be satisfied with a 1% ER, got the regulatory changes they needed then we could all have an 8% lifetime draw inflation adjusted guaranteed and there would be no reason what-so-ever for companies like Vanguard to be managing retirement money. So we agree there in that theoretical model. I have two problems though. The first is we don't live in that world. Most of the insurance products I've seen eliminate downside risk in ways that are more expensive than if you just hedged it away yourself using options, futures, portfolio design... There are a bunch of reasons for this. Insurance regulation require insurance companies to hold portfolios far safer (15-25% stock, rest in AA or better bonds) than you would want for anything but a very high short term draw portfolio (unless held on about 3::1 leverage which they don't do). Insurance companies need to hedge against correlated risk, like a sudden cure for heart disease. Etc... Then of course they simply charge a lot. I like investing in insurance companies because of those profits. But that is a problem for buying their products. Again I'm open to hearing about how you get there. Even with my negative attitude towards insurance companies I think a mixture of immediate annuities and foreign stock allows for very high reasonably safe against inflation draw rates (crushes 60/40, 40/40/20) for people over 80. I think deferred annuities do often beat bonds for younger people. I think the tax advantages of fixed annuities are pretty profound: I'm not getting 4% tax deferred on say $100k in AA bonds anywhere else. The second issue is you are conflating the in retirement and the well before retirement phase of life. When you are in the growth phase you want to be taking on risk not offsetting it. You get sequencing risk right before retirement. When you are 45 up to higher limits than most people would emotionally like risk is good for your wallet. Ultimately in investing what you are getting paid for is holding someone else's risk. To the extent the insurance company is holding that risk they are the ones getting compensated, and since they also take a high margin it is very damaging. Yeah you are going to get your balls kicked twice of so in your life by the market. But unnecessary security of return takes the possibility of loss and converts it into the certainty of loss.

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ZIM, AA and X getting destroyed

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Medal of Honor is AAA or at least AA. It's a new modern title. But yes, if you want Red Dead 2 in VR with multiplayer? That's not a thing, but the singleplayer can be modded for VR.

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Time for AA calls?

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JetBlue and AA have a partnership already. I think they are doing this for the hubs.

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Them purchasing spirit is bad for the stock not good since they’re bearing 100% of the cost and only receiving 14% of the benefit (IE Spirit pricing being gone helps all other 6 US airlines (AA,DL,UA,WN,F9, AS) just as much as it helps B6). Being bid up by Frontier just makes JetBlue look even worse.

Mentions:#AA#UA

Not with all of amc insiders selling, AA is a clown

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Well Arkk did get a warning. The FAANG stock situation is fucking hilarious now. It's actually just AA now. Which is where all the previous holders of the original acronym are at.

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I genuinely can't believe any of them are real legitimate investors of AMC and not 1) shills or 2) deluded noobs who don't know how to know any better How can anyone actually defend the balance sheet, the actions of management, or anything else surrounding the cesspool lmao like AA just offers millions of shares while dumping his own and people think that's a non-issue... meanwhile all of GameStop management has simply bought, bought, and bought more, that's somehow equivalent? Freaking simulation man

Mentions:#AMC#AA

> I bought more amc. I’ll keep buying amc and GME u/Kengriffinspimp, what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational though let me let you in on a secret. AMC and GME will never and I mean Never hit ATH ever again. there is no "squeeze" happening. SI on those 2 stocks is at 20% compared to what it was a year ago this time you thickheaded retard. go back to sucking AA and RC dick dumb cunt

sorry i dont what to be rude or something, but numbers show otherwise, projected future dept is 9 bn, i dont understand why so many people are blind to financial numbers, i looked closely in financial statemens of this cinema for last 10 years, operating costs are enormous, while they manage to attract viewers in to cinemas (its one of the biggest cinema chain in the world) the reality is that in best performing years in last decade they made what ? 300 million $ net profit, if they manage to perform like this every year in the future it would take more than 10 years to pay its debt, (and this is not including interest payments) to double net income at best years they would need great movies and they would need to lease thousands of new the cinemas, which is doable but unlikely in my opinion, what i see that AA needs to go and they need a better leader to drive the company in to more revenue sources, popcorn was a good thing imo put i dont see popcorn sales giving huge impact on its net profits, i think they need to make theyr own streaming service or something like that, or another way out would be someone like netflix buying the whole theatre chain and paying its debt to get rid of shot sellers, because what current leader is doing clearly not working, and remember he wanted another share dilution, and current stock price dilution is not good and would hurt investors even more,

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You have something to talk about during the AA meetings

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Because AA keeps tweeting about the FUD and they hate that AA is such an ape. I always buy more AMC when I see the clear hate for no reason. It’s GME and AMC sorry to all the GME crybabies

Mentions:#AA#AMC#GME

Might have something to do with the majority holder being Mudrick Capital who "coincidentally" purchased AMC shares from AA last year and immediately dumped them at market adding more dilution to the float. Not that it hadn't already been increased by 80%+ in a year though. Hycroft found potential deposits but the extraction/transportation process was so costly that it required hundreds of millions to build an onsite facility. Which...they've not even begun to do. Looks to me like a bunch of good ole boys scratching each others backs using the capital they pumped into each other to suck value out of accounts which should have went to their companies business model. Right now, Hycroft is in just in survival mode. Silverback thanks the AMC retards for the donations to his Big Business buddies. How the fuck that was considered appropriate use of company cash reserves is beyond me. https://www.nnbw.com/news/2021/nov/17/hycroft-mine-lays-half-its-workforce-ceases-operat/?utm\_source=ground.news&utm\_medium=referral

Mentions:#AMC#AA

went all in had AA dude had AK and he makes trip Ks lmao Sunday ruined

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Really? Where is the /s? this is the equivalent of going to an AA meeting to get drunk!

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Hopefully that pays off, I turned around and started making individual thesis' on each of the companies again. AA could turn the company around; adding restaurants to all of the theaters and streaming new releases for a premium would capitalise on both markets for instance. But he's yet to make any major changes that impress me

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I hate to break this to you, but AA created 8m shares specifically for Mudrick Capital at $20 a pop. Mudrick turned around and sold them for $40; even as prices climbed over $60 ^^^Retards. Barely a week later, Mudrick reported a loss of all of those profits and ~10% of their total capital due to a 'haywire options position'. Mudrick closed their shorts If you didn't pull out after that fuckery, you'