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Lock the Float DRS your Shares!! 3.8 million AMC investors. If every investor DRS 66 shares, we can lock the float. it will cost just 396$. and Quit blaming AA. He is doing his job to save the company. What are you doing as an individual investor? I am doing my part by DRSing My shares and locking

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AA ripping with that ban on Ruskie Aluminium.

Mentions:#AA

AA is a GOD! You're prayers will be answered! 🤣🤣🤣

Mentions:#AA

Amc will reverse split again. It’s the only way to solve the mess. It’s likely AA has been ordered to do it so as to not crash the system before the election

Mentions:#AA

Have been you fucked so hard by AA? Call a proctologist first. After that an attorney.

Mentions:#AA

You'll also lose it all whenever you get AA

Mentions:#AA

You mean the very same AA that pushes mass dilution and reverse splits followed by more dilution and says its good for shareholder value? That very same one? The apes should be called piggies now

Mentions:#AA

Nah it ain’t squeezing, the AMC sub is full of edyots trusting AA hence why this will never squeeze. Dilution one after another, might as well do lottery or go to a casino

Mentions:#AMC#AA

How regarded is this AA for my yolo trades; 25/25/25/25 SPY (wheeling daily's selling CC with 90% chance of profit or if assigned ATM puts), USFR (in case I want to buy something/reserves), BTC for halving hype, and MSOS for legalization hype. VS my humble 100% VOO allocation in my retirement accounts lol

I'm not sure how this is an advantage over Carplay/AA? My phone connects to my car immediately, I control Spotify with my built-in car controls, and better yet I can use Google Voice commands over the terrible built-in voice recognition software my car comes with.

Mentions:#AA

Well, except the fact AA keeps diluting it by adding shares...screwing shareholders!

Mentions:#AA

Earnings are not the end all be all of a stock price. Sometimes earnings are good and guidance is poor (I haven't checked if this is what happened here). Also, Delta doesn't exist in a vacuum, the broader economy influences it, today's CPI were crap, which caused S&P 500 to dip. If you want to be more granular, you can look at what happened to other airlines like AA or Spirit (I haven't checked).

Mentions:#AA

787 is the best plane I've ever flown in terms of comfort, space, noise, and amenities. I've been in a ton of Delta One cabins, and none was nearly as nice as the AA 788 and 789, which are different from each other, but both nicer than any Delta One I've flown.

Mentions:#AA

And then the factories close, lay off their workers and engineers and you lose the ability to scale up and produce those materials effectively. Like what happened to a bunch of the US shipyards post WW2 and Cold War, or to the manufacturing of certain systems (like Stinger AA manpads, they pretty much can’t be made anymore, the companies that made the sub components either moved on and got rid of the tooling or went out of business. Development of a 1 to 1 replacement with modern materials is costing millions now that the need is recognized). There is no such thing as a peace dividend, it’s a complete fallacy, a country that banks on that is just shedding away capacity and capabilities in the interest of saving cents now to only have to turn around and have to spend millions later when suddenly they need them again and hope and pray they get those back in time to do some good.

Mentions:#WW#AA

Mate I've been there, the 2000s with the shitty MP3s you'd put a AA battery in. I'd download 5-6 albums at a go and one or two would be a bit dodgy with the metadata. Tbh Spotify has made me have a broader music taste, I used to just be a metalhead but being able to come across some random song on a whim Steve Monite - Only You as an example. I like the ease of sharing playlists and listening with mates on there as well but I'm already struggling to justify the cost. FOOBAR2000 Is good but it's not so social. I dunno mate, sometimes you gotta just play the game, take a breath and do what you can.

Mentions:#MP#AA

where's the nearest WSB "AA"? asking for a friend.

Mentions:#AA

Pro tip- major in social science with a AA in statistics. I'm making nearly 6 figures after 1 yr and the highest math I took was geometry in high school. I didn't even take the SAT

Mentions:#AA#SAT

The stock continues to be a shitshow, thanks a lot AA. SMH

Mentions:#AA#SMH

Wow I don’t want to be that AA mechanic, almost can see him watching the plane crash thinking about whatever he forgot to do with the engine attachment to the wing

Mentions:#AA

$10k is more than enough to get someone an AA degree. Which would be a huge boon for someone who is impoverished.  Could be enough to get someone into a home over renting in LCOL areas too. 

Mentions:#AA

> All of this is massively hypothetical. Degrees themselves mean less than they used to.  Blue collar copium/horseshit. As long as you don’t pick a useless degree you’re more than likely to upgrade your income significantly over minimum or near minimum wage labor. Just barely an AA in business gave me the edge over other applicants for a $75-80k/year sales position doing less than I did before and nearly tripled my income.  > Housing costs are incredibly high in terms of price and rates are high.  Yes but ability to get into a home is going to reduce your long term housing costs in the long run. Even with current rates. No real debate there. Refi aside mortgages don’t get yearly increases like rent does.

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It was a few years ago so inflation ofc.  But even now I can imagine that being the case. A lot of those people are stuck working paycheck to paycheck in shit fast food jobs.  An influx of $10k suddenly *at least* can get them an AA/AST and therefore into better work which can then even possibly get them a bachelors.  In some LCOL areas too I imagine that can get someone into a home and therefore gradually reduce housing costs.

Mentions:#AA

CNBC guy just said TSLA, AAPL, could benefit from AA instead of AI.... talking about Elon I guess, but it was a slip.... ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

Mentions:#TSLA#AAPL#AA

AA is that you?

Mentions:#AA

Who cares about the price it’s trading at when AA has diluted you into the ground and done absolutely nothing to increase overall value. See you at $2 regard

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Who the f in history has ever pulled the shit AA is doing.

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OP thinks AA offering a handy, only OP is actually bottoming with the impression AA 'may' give a reach around at some point, but he won't. OP, the only thing you're getting out of this is a sore ass and the nickname "AA Cum Dumpster".

Mentions:#AA

AA about to send you pictures of his penis as a thank you.

Mentions:#AA

Board seat means you can finally join AA and fleece retail investors for all their money to increase your director bonus

Mentions:#AA

Let’s be fair, sometimes they are in the Philippines. https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/a-firm-providing-ai-drive-thru-tech-to-fast-food-chains-actually-relies-on-human-workers-to-take-orders-70-of-the-time/ar-AA1ljOPk#:~:text=A%20firm%20providing%20AI%20drive-thru%20tech%20to%20fast,received%20by%20its%20chatbots%20didn%27t%20need%20human%20intervention.

Mentions:#AA

Under 3, I never imagined I'd see that. AA needs to go, he's screwing the shareholders!

Mentions:#AA

https://i.imgur.com/ULr52AA.jpg band for band, try to reverse image search this, poor regard

Mentions:#AA

https://i.imgur.com/ULr52AA.jpg band for band, try to reverse image search this, poor regard

Mentions:#AA

May be you should stop lying to feel morally superior. Different civilizations throughout the world have different growth related to science and literature. That does impact the IQ of the present generation. Please google it yourself. See for yourself the IQs across the races. AA have an average IQ of 86 while East Asians and the white population have > 100 IQ.

Mentions:#AA

Only 2-3 more reverse splits and AA might be able to dump enough stock to pay off AMC's debt.

Mentions:#AA#AMC

I'm not an expert, but it's safe to say that when interest rates are low the bond pays little (comparatively) return, and then if interest rates rise the bonds fair market value decreases (to make the effective rate of return that of the current interest rate). This is known as interest rate risk. In brief, the lower the interest rate the higher the risk of the bond – WITHIN the same risk profile, which is the expected ability of the bond issuer to repay to bond (for example, AA rating – which is like a credit score).

Mentions:#AA

I don't hate or like but Asian-American is still trying to find itself to this very day. I'm AA myself

Mentions:#AA

Acceptance is the key… you must first accept that you made a bad bet. Close bad bets quickly. EGO loses you money. Degenerate Gamblers optimism of “It’ll go back up” must be smashed. Remove the emotion of fear from your betting. Losers double down on losers. You fucked up. Own that and learn from it. Don’t rationalize your behavior and blame any circumstance other than the guy in the mirror. You made a bad bet. Accept that. The faster you have acceptance the less money you will Continue to lose. Also check out the 12 Steps of AA and replace the word Alcohol with Options Trading and see how you do.

Mentions:#EGO#AA

Realize that there are still about 250 million shares AA can dilute, better get some lube or it’ll hurt

Mentions:#AA

The logic is that AA will need to do another reverse split to get the stock price back above delisting territory. That’s the only way this shit sees $20 ever again.

Mentions:#AA

I can’t believe folks are still willing to buy AMC…AA will fuck you in the ass.

Mentions:#AMC#AA

Another share dilution I see? AA needs to go

Mentions:#AA

AA diluting the apes into oblivion ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4267)

Mentions:#AA

More dilution today. AA fucked us OG holders. I wouldn’t invest another cent unless you doing puts.

Mentions:#AA

$250m worth of shares to be sold "at-the-market". So another 65m shares. Thanks AA. I really wish we could all just sell on the same day and fcuk them over like theyve done to us. He's still got millions whats does he care

Mentions:#AA

AA just a patsy

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Looks like AA is diluting the stock further...unreal!

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AA will keep diluting as long as apes keep buying. He may actually save the company from bankruptcy due to the Apes’ financial illiteracy

Mentions:#AA

Great so AA really is actually just trying to fuck us

Mentions:#AA

This reddit makes me feel so good, it's like the AA, we re not alone in our misery losing tens or hundreds of thousands 🥰

Mentions:#AA

Rightfully so AA sucks

Mentions:#AA

Shit dude. Thank you for sharing. I lost most of my money too. But that was due to throwing a dollar into the AA basket on Monday. Here's to coming back up!

Mentions:#AA

A lot of things that were promised in the late 90s did eventually materialize, but the tech didn’t develop fast enough for some companies. Feels weird to say given the pace of technological development in the current era—but like the Palm Pilot wanted to be an iPhone at a time when we were still on dial-up modems and using AA batteries. We got there, but IIRC 10 years separated the first Palm and first iPhone.

Mentions:#AA

My AA puts going wild. AAIOU

Mentions:#AA

I think you mean the dumpster behind Wendy's, where half of us regards meet instead of going to AA

Mentions:#AA

Not saying it's been "debunked" but they did respond, take it for what you will: [https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/supplementary-review-gigacloud-technology-gct-october-10-2023/ar-AA1i0cUU](https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/supplementary-review-gigacloud-technology-gct-october-10-2023/ar-AA1i0cUU)

Mentions:#AA

Airbus planes are just so much better in every respect. We fly AA a lot and I'm so happy that our local airport has so much more A321 service as opposed to 737s. If AA wasn't such a piece of shit financially I'm guessing they'd have ordered A350s already.

Mentions:#AA

Yep, that's definitely possible. But the reality is the US is far worse off financially now than in the 2008 financial crisis. With the real economy performing strongly, the US debt should be declining, but it's not. In fact, the US debt is starting to increase exponentially. Heck, even the Fed is losing money for the first time... **Now even the Federal Reserve is actually losing money** In a stunning turn of event, the Federal Reserve is now experiencing losses. As of the end of July 2023, the Federal Reserve reported that it had accumulated operating losses of $83 billion. The Federal Reserve’s aggressive campaign to prop up the financial markets has led to these losses. These losses are due to the Federal Reserve’s overly accommodative monetary policy, and the interest costs associated with its efforts to bailout the US financial markets. The Federal Reserve accounts for its losses with an accounting measure it calls a deferred asset. The size of that shortfall now stands at nearly $6.3 billion year-to-date. The deferred asset account is likely to peak in the zone of $100-200 billion, and will likely take 3-4 years to recover. Since the end of World War II until 2021, the Federal Reserve never experienced any operating losses. Jerome Powell is the first Fed Chairman to preside over an operating loss by the Fed. The Federal Reserve’s losses are expected to continue into the future. The Federal Reserve Board’s own estimates suggest that its cumulative operating losses could approach $200 billion by 2026. Moreover, the Fed projects that it may not resume making any operating profits until 2030 or later. So, not only is the Fed losing money for the first time, those losses will increase, and some observers believe the Fed’s losses could eventually as much as double before abating. William English, a former top central bank staffer now at Yale University, sees a “peak” loss of around $200 billion or higher by 2025. Meanwhile, Derek Tang of forecasting firm LH Meyer said the Fed’s loss is likely to hit $200 billion by the end of this year. **The National Debt Just Hit $34 Trillion** As of the latest available data, the U.S. national debt has surpassed $34 trillion. This is a record high and represents the total amount of outstanding borrowing by the U.S. Federal Government accumulated over the nation’s history. The world's largest economy is piling on more debt, with no end in sight as the stakes get higher, as the government continues to borrow to repay its ever growing debts. In the last century, the U.S. federal debt has risen from an inflation-adjusted $403 billion in 1923 to $33.17 trillion in 2023. The U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio surpassed 100% in 2013, and as of the third quarter of 2023, the U.S. debt-to-GDP ratio was approximately 120.13%, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Maya MacGuineas, president of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, labeled the record debt as a disheartening “achievement.” Despite economic strength and low unemployment, the growth of the national debt is alarmingly escalating. The growing national debt is spiking, in spite of a strong economy, and this is defying conventional fiscal wisdom. Based on conventional fiscal wisdom, this growth in national debt should be impossible during favorable economic conditions. The U.S. credit rating was downgraded by Fitch Ratings, one of the major credit rating agencies, in August 2023. The agency lowered the U.S. from the highest AAA classification to the notch lower AA+ rating. The downgrade was attributed to a “steady deterioration in standards of governance” in recent decades on fiscal and debt matters, among other issues. The situation should be closely monitored.

Mentions:#LH#AAA#AA

AA Systems hate this one trick: Surpise Nosedive!

Mentions:#AA

I think Delta is only flown with by people who aren't paying for it personally. Their ticket prices are crazy compared to any other airline. I can often get a first class ticket with United or AA for the price of a economy ticket with Delta.

Mentions:#AA

Court mandated AA never works.

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There is nothing like sitting at a 8:30am AA meeting to keep my obsession with alcohol under control.. Just so I can go home and fuel my obsession with being a degenerate gambler.

Mentions:#AA

AA sounds shitty then. To me it is about small steps at a time. If you drank 60 beers a week got it down to 50 someone should be happy about that rather than feel bad as they are still not sober.

Mentions:#AA

Yup, I see this mindset a lot online. The way AA makes drinking a single beer a huge defeat is counteractive to how healing should be. Having less of the dangerous thing today compared to yesterday is a positive result.

Mentions:#AA

In gamblers anonymous, do they tell you( like in AA) that, no matter how long you quit, if you start up again, on the first day you will be where you would have been had you never stopped?

Mentions:#AA

I'm not an alcoholic, but I know one thing after reading through this thread: If I'm ever going through it.... the last thing I want is to be around others struggling in the same way. therefore: puts on AA

Mentions:#AA

There is nothing like sitting at a 7am AA meeting to keep my obsession with alcohol under control.. Just so I can go home and fuel my obsession with being a degenerate gambler. I'll fucking die before I let the world take everything from me.

Mentions:#AA
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I’m just baffled as to why American would keep on buying from them. That recent announcement form AA should have omitted new BA planes and tanked Boeing stock and ousted the ceo et all in a jiffy.

Mentions:#AA#BA

>The 737 MAX is grounded. That means no new accidents are happening anytime soon. It's not. It's only the 737 MAX-9 (there are not a lot of them). >Boeing has a strong backlog of orders. Airlines still need planes, and Boeing is still the big daddy of airplane manufacturers. Several airlines are thinking of cancelling their orders if Boeing can't deliver/certifiy their planes (see AA, Southwest etc.). Some may try to switch to Airbus. >Boeing is getting their shit together. They're investing heavily in safety measures. The MCAS disaster happened 5 years ago. While this didn't have to do with quality control, it's still wild that it's again the same plane manufacturer and not the other one having such problems.

Mentions:#MAX#AA

I just had to book 4 flights for work over the next 2 months; I made sure not to book on any Boeing plane, which was kinda difficult with AA.

Mentions:#AA

This place is pretty much just AA(Autism Anonymous)

Mentions:#AA

March 1, 2024: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable" May 9, 2008: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable"

Mentions:#AA#AAA

Rightfully so. I think there might be some illegal activity involving AMC… Or AA is simply one of the WORST CEO’s of all time and just doesn’t care about his share holders. Stopped the run with dilution every time momentum picked up after the initial squeeze. I’ve never seen retail get screwed so bad except for on LUNA, or maybe SVB and svb was mostly held by institutions.

Mentions:#AMC#AA#LUNA

I’m starting to have faith with how expensive flying has become if you aren’t using points. I used to fly Delta/AA/SouthWest but my broke ass can only afford Spirit lol. Spirit flights are packed and overbooked all the time now

Mentions:#AA

Reposting this every few days so some of you poor souls will get saved: March 1, 2024: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable" May 9, 2008: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable"

Mentions:#AA#AAA

Same and AA goes to prison

Mentions:#AA

Im not cashing out, and I’m not greedy, we’re currently in a bull market. I have no reason to sell. I have an AA but that’s it.

Mentions:#AA

You’ve probably heard the AA expression “One’s too many, and a hundred ain’t enough”. That was me. My deal after I relapsed was/is I’ll binge drink. Drink solely to get wasted (at home, so only a danger to myself). At my age it takes a couple days to recover and still need a few more to get that toxic shit out of my system. I am striving to get back into my regular habits and eliminate alcohol. Before my health problems, I truly enjoyed living with alcohol. It was easy to replace it with travel and road trips. I have a dog now so he’s bitter sweet. Great companion and protector. But I always have to consider him when making plans. I’ve digressed. But that’s where I am in life right now.

Mentions:#AA

Does loudermilk have an AA meeting after this meeting?

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Buy the dip Thursday morning before Powell speaks you regards. I'm also going to keep reposting this, even on a red day: March 1, 2024: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable" May 9, 2008: "Fitch Affirms the United States at 'AAA'; Outlook Stable"

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I relapsed the other day and at a AA/NA meeting this guy told me that sometimes in life you cant take care of yourself, or that in truth really you dont want to or dont care to but you need to take care of that little kid inside of you because hes always there, he might be hurt he might be scared of the world around him but you can take care of him. he might never have had anyone but hes always had you so be that role model he needs. Make the little you a happy fucker my guy. Hes always in there. Little things like making the right decision today or by being the bigger man is impressionable. shit even making your bed doing you laundry its all a win. This country makes it easy to come up if you work at it. Then you just try not to lose it. SPY call 510 3/28

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They’re not that small - #6 and 7 and trying to compete with the legacy carriers. The big thing that turned the tide was an accidental admission that they planned to reduce seats and raise fares on Spirit routes by ~30%, which would stop a significant number of people from traveling. I was a fan of this merger, but that was the dagger to a case when the DOJ has already been successful in striking airline partnerships (see JetBlue x AA was very unceremoniously dismantled) https://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Airline-News/Bungled-redactions-reveal-JetBlue-s-plan-to-increase-Spirit-fares

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This is the opposite of AA We make the addiction worse. 

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I like draft king with the catalyst you mentioned. Isn't Cuban selling the Mavs to some Vegas owners to get a casino built next to AA center? Anyway, culture and economy seem to look more favorably to gambling even in the holdouts. Looks like good upside to me

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Yeah JetBlue paying sticker price to Spirit to buy them is bullying vs Delta, United, and AA buying pieces of Spirit for pennies on the dollar after they go bankrupt. FTC has already sued Amazon for being a monopoly and 90% is a joke. Monopoly is widely considered over 50%. As long as Pelosi and her husband have better returns than the best investment groups in the world off insider info, they deserve to be a punchline.

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>All they need to do is to psychologically turn them into a cult, then dangle a carrot that gives them the illusion that it'd make them rich. Funnily enough, AA has *repeatedly* told his cult that they're stupid and wrong, and all of their theories have no basis in reality. ​ He spent a sizable portion (like 15\~20 minutes!) of the earnings call last week deliberately calling twitter ape information pure garbage, which I might add, was in the *middle* of the earnings call...so those people calling in afterward during Q&A (like that first dude from goldman sachs) all had to sit there and listen to AA berating his moron investors while waiting to get questions answered. ​ This shit is hilarious, true reality TV. A real shame that gamestop just says "lol no questions GTFO later nerds" instead of doing the same. Instead they dunk on their own cult in their shareholder proposal documents.

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