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As the MSM Gaslights YOU, I want you to remember. We're dealing against the Epsteins of the world! They use their money to get pegged by lady bois (no judgement, we all like a good time lmao) as millions suffer from hunger or lack of resources. Be the fucking CHANGE and remember your WHY.
Imagine setting the precedent that NFTs are just a part of your regular business practices before MSM tries to skew and label an NFT dividend as "market manipulation" - in war, it is important in being able to turn disadvantage into advantage. CEO Adam, Ape of the Century
In light of recent events, remember to remain STOIC. Remember who doneth the crime (Ken boy, Vlad, and the usual suspects). The VIX jumped 54% on the day on Friday, when the MSM shills news that the APES are holding WallStreet hostage. REMEMBER. Institutions bought in as well.
CNN and CNBC right now have completely opposite stories on the top of their front page right now, one saying FB stock is going up and the other going down. Disclaimer: I loath FB as a company. It should be broken up ASAP. But this MSM stuff is hilarious
Everyone relax. What needs to happen is for everything to open up again 100%. Treat whatever latest variant as a mere flu and deal with it. End these stupid mandates. End the fake vax passports to eat in a restaurant etc. let people go out and spend money. Wake up. This weak admin and the MSM is scaring the average idiot and keeping them home
I’m sure there’s lots of good lessons. Like exposing greater than 100% short interest lol, and then seeing how MSM media promises hedge funds closed their shorts, but then also spends a year non-stop telling people to sell. Strange MSM hasn’t said a word about 5.2 millions shares DRS’d in the last quarterly report
It's easy to sit there and hate on the idea, but what better way to get massive buy-in to a brand new NFT marketplace that we all know is coming by now? Hell, when even the MSM's ***writing articles about it before it's even officially teased*** to cover up afterhours short-selling fuckery, that's not delusions of anything. Riddle me this - if the shorts all closed their positions, then why would any of them or the MSM financial media still be covering GME on a daily fucking basis? Just to keep non-Ape retail from FOMOing into it? I doubt it.
Unfortunately the apes only want to hear the things they like. There was a post on their main sub yesterday telling apes to not check other sources or read MSM as everything they need is on the sub. Since September or maybe earlier its gone full cult over there.
The markets are set up for you to loose. High frequency trading algorithms backed by AI and limitless dirty tricks you couldn’t even think of. They prey on unhealthy, sleep deprived, Stressed out burnt out, irrational decision making coming from yolo investors and the likes. They have studied human psychology for centuries and manipulation it masterfully combined with the full control of MSM and every other industry on planet...
The fact that you don’t understand how conservatives are more anti establishment/government just explains how fucking lost you are. Trump was the greatest gift to ppl that were skeptical of big government and MSM we’ve had and liberal pussies ruined threw it away because they couldn’t handle mean tweets. You’re soft
Why this intense wall to wall MSM interest in the ‘GME anniversary’ when it IS NOT the anniversary just yet? If this were ‘natural’ stocking filler articles from lazy journos recapping a quaint historic event, they would be filed ON or AFTER the actual anniversary date. Let‘s look at articles about Griffin or Citadel in the intensely boring and conservative BRITISH publication, the Financial Times: (credit u/PhilboJBaggins ) *Feb 2020 - Sept 2021: ZERO articles and any before this date was not fluff pieces - talk about suing someone and about settling Chinese fines.* *Oct 2021: 2 articles* *Jan 2022: 4 articles* The latest being a VERY long puff piece. Recently the FT had a piece about the ‘brilliant’ deal with Sequoia and Paradigm where Citadel gets a $1.15 billion injection. Why does Citadel ‘need’ such a deal? The reasons given do not add up. Citadel and Griffin are supposed to be so all powerful and dominant, they would just buy whatever ‘talent’ they needed and not be beholden to anyone. I.e. the direction of money flow is all wrong. ‘They’ are lying to you. GME is about to blow up again. This time, long dated ITM or near the money Call options are going to print like you cannot believe. They are TERRIFIED WSB goes full YOLO on options causing a gamma squeeze. Don’t be stupid and go for short dated far out the money crap. Please.
Or you can buy quarterly calls and puts and make money every cycle... fun fact there's a whole basket of retail stocks that do this. Just look at bbby, dds, koss ect. Or XRT and other "meme" etfs. Meme was just the name MSM call it to discredit and distract peeps from catching on to the run cycles from their swap exposure.
Exactly, surely anyone with a brain cell can see that MSM has been pushing the same brick and mortar narrative since before last year, but a lot has changed since in the company since then so to use the same argument for why its overvalued makes no sense
Did you actually read "The Shorts Are Riding a Tiger," authored buy independent analysts, NOT MSM? It's the antithesis for shorting GME, it's a warning. GME has been on an overly dramatic price decline since late November. And, you didn't even mention the NFT marketplace and NFT gaming, despite your "Meta" lead off. I like the stock, too, but you sound woefully uninformed and like a blind pumper. I'm surprised you haven't brought up some of the more advanced tactics working against GME, like cellar boxing (in the beginning), total return swaps, hiding naked short positions in far OTM options, borrowing from and shorting ETFs, nonstop MSM hit pieces, and variance swaps. You didn't mention the importance of direct-registering shares and buying/exercising options (which are good strategies for all stock holdings).
Granted, those numbers were demonstrated on MSM when OC had it's second round of financial crisis, so it does appear years in tenure are relevant. The games of pension spiking have also caught attention, but that's another matter. Regardless, I'll go with many or most, within same skill subset if that suits better. The librarian at retirement did have top end pay, well above average because of years, however.
Guilty. Thank you, I had not seen that footnote. Interesting, choice to use a graphic with so little information. The 16 prior days of Short interest seems insignificant when compared to the massive amount that had accumulated prior to Dec 24th. (lol) If the SEC were able to say: "Shorts covered, they exited their risk." they would have. Instead they said, as did you, that the largest driving factor of price action was diverse retail participation. The SEC also mentioned options/hedging. Gamestop's SI was massive, closing those positions would have required unadulterated buying of the free-trading float several times over - intermixed with retail's pressure - the price action doesn't match up. There is no way to **close** that many short-sold transactions with out massive price impact. I'm surprised and disappointed they didn't address the limitations of figure 6 in the body text. If in-fact the vast majority of short interest was closed but not depicted that seems like a glaring oversight/miscommunication. Seems they chose obfuscation over clarity. Along those lines, they also chose to display Short Interest on a 15 year timescale, juxtaposed to 16 days days of accumulated SI. I'm not sure those granularities were best suited to tell the story. To be fair to their efforts, the graphic showing the increase in unique accounts and their impact on the price seemed clear. I think of note is the accumulation of OI in the Jan 2022 .50 puts oct 2020 2,039 jan 15th 2,039 jan 22 3,205 jan 25 4,951 jan 26 13,868 jan 27 19,812 jan 28 73,261 jan 29 93,185 feb 1 106,082 feb 2 106,082 march 1 106,082 I find it odd anyone would leg into positions that cost a few dollars to open. But, only during this period (and others) of extreme volatility/price control. 2021 Jan price action was retail not shorts covering, ETF shorting, brokerage firm restrictions, borrow rate not respecting supply and demand, APEX inverting client-intent pulling DRS'd shares back, MSM treatment, the correlation in the number of pro AMC vs anti GME shills.... I'm at a confirmation bias buffet over here.... and none of this has anything to do with my actual investment thesis. I'm happy as a clam, I'll keep stacking shares, brick by brick.
The thing is its already happening. We just can’t see it because they MSM is ignoring it and the dark pools control the data. Reverse repo has been happening at the Fed for months now. Those securities are being sold massively to cover liquidity requirements thus the market is tanking. Also crypto. 3 hedge funds already bankrupted i.e. anchorage, credit suisse, and i forget the third. Regardless everybody is carrying margin debt and reverse repo can’t go on forever. Add to that inflation, interest rate fears, supply chain woes and Ukraine/Russia and the market is teetering at the brink of collapse.
“You folks” lol like you’re high and mighty. Who said the sky is falling? Your comment was essentially the point of the post so if you already knew that, go ahead and move on. Not necessary to chide others. You know MSM will hype up these type of events and some will panic, even if not warranted.
I sold pretty much everything last Friday and I stand by that judgement. CNBC just used 30 minutes of time that was scheduled to be part of a normal hour of Shark Tank on damage control. So why does Shark Tank matter? Shark Tank is a ratings monster. There’s a reason it is first up in prime time every single day on CNBC and it would take a lot for CNBC to just skip over 30 minutes of Shark Tank. They wouldn’t give up all those eyes for nothing, unless they wanted them on something... and guess what they had on. They had Jim fucking Cramer and he was also desperately sending a message: that we are not in a recession and everything is okay. He tried to say that now is the time to buy and that buying in this uncertain time is the antidote. They gave him 30 whole minutes of Shark Tank time so he could plead with the working man to keep buying, keep bag holding as we veer off of the cliff, because we are veering hard. He knows it, CNBC knows it, they mentioned it on the show. They literally said, you can taste it. Regular people can taste it. Wild statistics like the dip and recovery on Monday being the biggest since October 2008 are piling up, we are seeing the writing on the wall clearer and clearer and the dumbest/safest of dumb/safe who invest in mutual funds are starting to hear little birds telling them something is off. They might start to question their financial masters, and CNBC has to take the time to inject an extra fat dose of it-will-be-okay to keep mom and dad buying stock while the market makers and rich investors cash out and jump ship OR Wall Street is over-leveraged up to their fucking eyeballs on derivatives and, if retail pulls their money out, Wall Street gets margin called by not meeting collateral requirements. TL'DR; Shark Tank being interrupted by Jim Cramer telling folks to bag hold harder is the canary in the MSM coal mine. If anyone knows anything about sticks, you basically do the opposite of what Jim tells you.
It’s over! They will get it eventually because MSM has been saying it’s over for 1 year! It’s over! It’s over! It’s over! Get it yet? It’s over! It’s over! Because it’s over! Still over? Yes it’s over 1 year later, for 12 months straight it’s over! ITS OVER!
And he’s remained on tv spouting his hedge fund-helping bullshit. They’ve been raping retail for years. And for the life of me, I don’t know why more retail investors are hopping into AMC/GME stocks to make a point. This is our chance to change the way things are done on Wall Street. If enough of us buy and hold stocks that MSM is telling us to sell and ignore their advice, Cramer and the others will become useless to them.
I think the first thing you need to do before you invest a dime is to figure out what your risk tolerance is and invest accordingly. For example: Lower risk: Solid stocks like Apple, Google, etc. These are big names with a ton of money, are unlikely to go down in the long term, and would be considered fairly safe investments. Medium risk: Smaller companies with room for growth. It may take time, but these could pay off very well in the long run. High risk: I would like to give an example, but I don't want to inadvertently break any sub rules in the process, so I'll just say that these are investments that could go extreme either way. Big money, or maybe lose it all, hence, high risk. Take some time to consider what your risk tolerance is, then you'll know what you're looking for, and you can narrow down the scope of your research to protect your money accordingly. One word of caution though: Always question the source for any information, whether that's from the company itself, other investors, or even MSM. There are bad actors in all of them, and the only one truly looking out for your financial well being is you. Hell, take my advice with a grain of salt while you're at it - you don't know me or my motivations either.
Good lord, all I was asking for is equal treatment from the MSM. Don’t get all butthurt because you think I’m taking a side. This is part of the problem in America. YOU only want to defend your team color (blue/red) and play ignorant to the shitty job this guy is doing.
Yeah, it's tough to fight against algo/HFT. My guess is the MSM will spin it as retail panic and we're moving the market when it's big money scalping money from us. Let's not forget that PFOF is still a thing. Imagine the amount of data they got for retail buying into puts today. Yeah, the MM pocketed good money from the premiums today.
Do you want a real answer? Governments and Central banks use FUD through MSM to induce fear. They then use government fiat and all us idiots paying real tax dollars to get as afraid we can't live form 65 to 85. What is equitable? Bananas, land, weapons. It isn't Bitcoin.
This whole human-caused climate change tale is getting tiring. I suggest learning some actual science, not the paid-up version of lies that is fed by MSM and wealthy puppeteers such as WEF and Klaus Schwab. Any warming is not caused by humans and is natural and inevitable over a longer priod. I think this is a pump post for oil companies, honestly, as all this moralizing alone makes one want to do something to opposes it. If going this moral route, I would not invest in ESGV based on this alone, to resist the cabal that is linked to WEF
Does anyone get the feeling that the narrative has been forced in a certain way lately.... WSB dead.... WSB not the same as it used to be.... All clear MSM FUD. WSB has and always was something that has and will evolve. People posting such garbage just want to distract from the obvious....
...or ape found out AMC could help him in his situation.. But you can read that however you'd like. Me personally. I love Watching movies in a big recliner on a MASSSIVE screen. *AMC/GME ape not stupid* Boomers and the generations raised by them who listen to MSM for every FRIGGIN thing and believe big brother is their friend.. those are the retarded enemy of the nation. APE NATION!
This post is dumb. The market can crash at any time regardless of the TA that can be pumped out. The probability varies and we just attempt to gamble based upon when the chances are low. It all depends upon banks and who've they've margined. But, indicators such as dividend payouts, debt accumulating from cash on hand, inflation, and MSM pushing banks tells me this "dump" isn't done. The crash will be when it spills over into large liquidations that can't be absorbed by the bigger players in the market.
Lol scapegoat madness by MSM . The market bubble is bursting because of two tickers? how fickle was the bubble that would allow this mis calculated bet made by retarded Hedge funds create this situation. The factors go way way beyond GME and AMC MaNiA . To think otherwise means your a simp
Youre 100% right to do what you did.. The op tho is puting 500$ per months, so basicly he can always average down because he buy all the times instead of putting it all in. Theres no secret to the stock market, theres fraud, manipulation, twisting of rules, ftd , iou, shills, bots, MSM lying etc.. So much bullshit can happens.. But Op is right, one thing never changes, using the market for a serious ammount of time (years)will make you richer.
> But squeeze or no squeeze, I have seen a lot of moves in turning the company around, and it’s for sure on the right tracks. So why wouldn’t any MSM write about that? And why have there been so many articles trying to get you to sell? And why are there still so many ‘shills’ trying to convince you to sell? One thing is calling you stupid for holding, but people are actually trying to get you to sell? That’s just weird to me, If it was completely dead. GME hasn't made any moves that could possibly justify its current price, people are trying to get apes to sell because A) they're fucking annoying, they call everyone shills and accuse you of siding with hedgefunds if you side with reality B) this only ends one way and that's with gamestop going to under 30 and staying there, and C) you guys pollute reddit with your cult shit and conspiracy theories and occasionally convince some unsuspecting dupe to lose their savings on your shit stock pretend you don't know anything about the stock market and you read something on reddit that tells you that there's an incoming financial collapse bigger than the world has ever seen, that will redistribute 15 trillion dollars to people who hold GME, wiping out the wealth of every representative of congress and every billionaire, don't you think SOMEONE in power would realize it and maybe idk, bring it up, or buy GME so either you guys, with lots of financial reasons to want to believe in a MOASS, are the only ones smart enough to see this, or experts think you're wrong I've read some ape DD and even with a hobbyists understanding of trading I see blatant falsehoods and rank speculation taken as gospel and then built upon to construct theories with obv batshit conclusions also you guys celebrate everytime something bad happens because "it might be the catalyst", I know you think you're fighting the good fight but to an outside observer you look like a bunch of greedy psychos who root for catastrophes because it might make them rich
I’m looking for any thing. I got quite unbiased. And is still quite unbiased. I don’t believe anything I see online. Not from regular Reddit folks and definitely not from MSM. All I’m looking for is a little bit of logic. And so far, what’s been most logical has been the bullish gme side
Because what has changed? Imo the dd has never been proven wrong. The only difference is the time that has passed, and that now a lot of People are in the red, so it’s so easy to change the narrative now. And make people believe they are the only one still holding. But squeeze or no squeeze, I have seen a lot of moves in turning the company around, and it’s for sure on the right tracks. So why wouldn’t any MSM write about that? And why have there been so many articles trying to get you to sell? And why are there still so many ‘shills’ trying to convince you to sell? One thing is calling you stupid for holding, but people are actually trying to get you to sell? That’s just weird to me, If it was completely dead. But what do I know ;)
just up :) Chewy has double the mkt cap, but a smaller market segment. OpenSea's valuation is 13b - they operate a digital mkt place, a component of Gamestop's company. RC has assembled a great team... I'll let them set the timeframe and pace. I was in tsla at IPO and out last year - a decade, my hunch is this will take less time to mature/develop 3-5 years? Elon had to battle big oil/auto, a lot more resistance in the marketplace. Most of that time, the MSM yelled SELL.... na let the thesis play out, re-evaluate often -- sell when you're proud not when you are fearful (unless your thesis falls apart then kick your own ass out the door). I'll harvest gains down the road to invest in new theses. Or sell covered calls. Something I would have never investigated if it were not for Gamestop b/c I believed the standard line "options are dangerous, just stay away". Turns out they drive the whole market and watching them is probably more important than the chart. They definitely shed light on why the chart is doing what it is doing. cheers!
Disclaimer: yes, I am holding bags. I will hold them till peloton is bankrupt. I fucking love the product. The hit job on Peloton is so incredibly sus. Anti-peloton memes on r/stocks and here prior to the big axe yesterday. Sex and the city literally had someone die using a peloton a month ago (this is maximum lolz) So many doom-and-gloom MSM articles. You know who bankrolls the biggest peloton competitor? Bezos. Facts are simple: people who use the Peloton service fucking love it. It is without a doubt the best $20/mo I spend. I use Peloton more than Netflix. I do not intend to quit Peloton for any reason. I am healthier than I have ever been in my life in large part because peloton makes it SOOOOO easy, and because I feel great about doing it. Even when I do a shitty job, doesn’t matter I showed up. Anyway. This is all highly suspect to me.
I don’t know where the sentiment in this sub is but GME is the only way for me…violent volatility is great but remember it’s a psychological game and MSM who shifted peoples attention else where..think about it. BUY HOLD DRS. Let’s get that bread
Peloton execs: time to sell all of our shares high. After we do, we will buy back in cheap. MSM: Peloton is going to stop making the only products they sell. Price plummets Peloton execs: time to buy in again. Dumps a bunch back in, then comes out with report that the media report was untrue and misrepresented. Professional Analyst Clowns start talking about how the price is way too cheap and it’s time to buy. Price goes back up due to WSB regards. Execs sell again all while laughing.
No, it’s just you get all your information from a reddit sub that deletes all contrary arguments. Sec report for example, on the exact same page they say retail buy pressure was the biggest contributor, they have a graph showing SI going from 140 to 20. On the exact same page, but somehow apes ignore that graph but parrot the rest. You also don’t have a natural right to buy any stock you want from any company, buy buttons turn off was shitty but not illegal and wasn’t even brokers choice there was no liquidity. Constant bleating about ‘le MSM’ is another thing. Nobody but boomers, qanon loons and now apes give a single fuck about cable news lmao. that itself is a good sign you’re. wing taken for a fool. There is no ‘energy’ being put into ‘making apes sell’. you’re just obsessed with gamestop to the point where you are seeing it everywhere.
dude is way off the deep end. A few weeks ago he actually had the nerve to claim that “The economy is the best i have ever seen!” fkn clown just trying to prop up his pals running the country. I cant believe i actually used to listen to him and MSM for investment advice. GME really blew their cover.
This is based on what CNBC said they “retrieved” insider documents right? I’m a bit sceptical on the news from MSM lately so I’m taking whatever they said with a grains of salt. I hope the fact that they cut off the production of the hardware not because they are suffering but in fact it is a pivot to subscription base service which margin is better in the long term. I don’t think it worth 60$ or 100$ but at 20$-22$ it’s not that bad IMO.
More deflection? Why do you make these memes? Do you think they have an effect other than circle jerk material? You've been making them for a year now... is it working? You got 6 more upvotes on your most recent one - is that winning? Great place to buy back a covered call... lock in those profits - regain that upside potential. Let me know before you drop your next meme - so I can short it, before you send it back to $20 --- quickly! Any day now...your memes will work. Keep up the strong work. Seeing people like you slave away or the MSM telling us to forget about Gamestop - while they go nuts over Walmart entering the metaverse....is great confirmation bias food. Keep it up champ. Or get a better job?
Really good write up, OP. You’re way better than the MSM finance nitwits and this is better than most analyst notes. Good shit. I’m watching this stonk from afar before getting back in. And my peloton bike from afar mostly except those few days a month I feel motivated.
> everything from rate hikes to Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision was a disaster for GME. **World's top scientists have confirmed that the sun rises in the east.** MSM: GameStop falling to $5 next week due to unprecedented sun cycles! SELL NOW CONFIRM SUNRISE LATER!
And how do you think they’re driving the price down? It’s not with real shares that’s for sure. They will have to pay the piper eventually, and if they make it any more cheap, we will definitely DRS the entire float by this year. Then every single share that trades we will know is synthetic and the problem will be too big to ignore even for MSM.
I'll admit, I'm not deep into the GME DD, but where is the evidence of: >the constant price manipulation against the order flow It feels a lot like when Bitcoin drop in price, all the bitcoin fanatics talk about how this is due to "whale activity." As if there is just no way that GME or Bitcoin could possibly go down in price, so there must be something nefarious behind it. And even if there is, that doesn't mean there's a squeeze coming. When DFV identified the GME play, the short interest was at what, like 140%? Now it's at 13.5%. Oh but wait, you say! That number is being manipulated too, and it's really much more than 13.5%. Isn't that convenient for your theory? When the numbers are in your favor, they're real, but when the numbers go against you, they're manipulated and inaccurate. There obviously is short interest in GME, and those with short positions want to push the stock down as much as they can. And they certainly will do shady shit. But how is that any different than any other stock with 13.5% short interest? Last year they were super over extended, and that's why the removed the buy button and all that shit. What evidence do you have that the current shorts positions are over extended like that? >the MSM adverts claiming shorts closed Can you show me anything like that recently? I don't dispute that the shorts well pulling all kinds of bullshit last year (when the squeeze was actually happening) but where are you seeing these ads now? >the constant fud articles, or the negative press Imagine, just imagine that some people might not actually think GameStop (a failing brick and motor retailer for a product that is now sold almost entirely online) isn't really worth $8B+ just because they switched up the c-suite and talked about getting into NFTs. Maybe, just maybe those articles are actually in good faith by people with different opinions than you. >positive earnings price drops This happens all the time. The fact you use this as evidence of anything just shows you don't have a lot of experience in price moves after earnings.
How is it delusional that NFTs are going to be a useful thing in the near future? MSM articles report on this also, and big brands are spending millions getting into this space. Even without GameStop and Apes, NFTs are going mainstream. 🤷♂️🤷♂️🤷♂️
This is literally your first post in wsb... So you chose to only specifically ask about gme. Also, if the shorts closed and it was all over, can you explain the constant price manipulation against the order flow, or the MSM adverts claiming shorts closed, or the constant fud articles, or the negative press, or the positive earnings price drops? There is literally not a single piece of counter DD