CORP/BIZ GameStop Is Rage Against the Financial Machine

WTSR

Senior Member
Ultimate goal is to Win the WAR. The enemy is regrouping, in anticipation of the next assault, Silver is up already 2 bucks a share in SLV, they know were coming...

Silver is a global commodity that the people of the world understand.

Don't get me wrong, I have not sold yet, but I will be focusing my energy on SLV now.
 

20Gauge

Has No Life - Lives on TB
At the risk of turning this thread into a gender war, I call bullshit.

Perhaps men have been led to believe things that are counter to everyone's well being. I can see clearly that many, many men have been led down a road that I disagree with. So, who gets to decide what is best for everyone? Men? Please.

I will not return to being deemed a second class citizen, to having my choices or options in life limited by my gender, or to having men decide what is best for me and mine. Your penis is not a weapon that can be used to control others, and if you think for one minute that the Patriot women are going to fight for this country and then roll over and obey some man's idea of what we "should" be in order to please them, you better think again. Not. Gonna. Happen.
No arguments as Men have been destroyed as well as women.

As far as decisions that should be made by the individual not "men" only.

I disagree with slavery in all its forms. Always have.

The question at hand was women. That was what was answered. Sorry if it came across badly. It is still early and I have not had my BEER yet.....lol
 

raven

Has No Life - Lives on TB
could be a psyop.
to implement new machinations from social media to quell stock crash
 

20Gauge

Has No Life - Lives on TB
The redditors aren't giving a time to sell yet, but I feel pretty sure it'll be after Tuesday and probably closer to the end of the week. I'm pretty sure that's all in flux, depending on where things go.
That makes sense. From what I read, they close positions of say Friday, but have until Tuesday to "balance" the books. That time can be used to buy more of what is needed to make things balance I guess.
 

Plain Jane

Has No Life - Lives on TB
I agree that you may not have been "ruined" by the system, but it still holds a strong vein of truth. Far far too many women have been ruined by the system. The have been led to believe in things that are counter to everyone's well being. I do not fault women, but rather the system itself that led / allowed this to happen.
There is another factor. Since the 80's the well paying manufacturing jobs that men generally held have declined and are now almost extinct. When I started teaching in the mid 70s, I made $8500. The guy who was apprentice electrician at the plant where my father worked made $12,500. There were apartment complexes who would not even show to me because once they knew I was a teacher they knew that I couldn't afford it.

Fast forward to the late 90s. By then, many of my young female colleagues were married to guys who made less than they, and always would. Nurses are often in the same situation. The power dynamic has shifted. And those apartment complexes? They take housing vouchers now.
 

20Gauge

Has No Life - Lives on TB
There is another factor. Since the 80's the well paying manufacturing jobs that men generally held have declined and are now almost extinct. When I started teaching in the mid 70s, I made $8500. The guy who was apprentice electrician at the plant where my father worked made $12,500. There were apartment complexes who would not even show to me because once they knew I was a teacher they knew that I couldn't afford it.

Fast forward to the late 90s. By then, many of my young female colleagues were married to guys who made less than they, and always would. Nurses are often in the same situation. The power dynamic has shifted. And those apartment complexes? They take housing vouchers now.
Very much so. I never liked power dynamics based upon who makes what. I never bodes well for a relationship.

I remember just starting out and being able to afford a home on the starting wages of one of those factories.

Try that these days.... not going to happen.
 
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Southside

Veteran Member
Some on the chans are trying to push silver...

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I agree....and I disagree.
The price of silver has nothing, or little to do with the price of a phone. Think about it. Does it have an ounce of silver? No way! Maybe a tenth? we're looking at 2.50 there.

But buying phyzz?
Oh, big winner here. Really thin market. Little above ground supplies, and much overall manufacturing use.
AND.....Heavily shorted. Last time I heard 177 days of dedicated US production.
THAT'S SHORT!

Time to get the party started.
And Reddit Raiders, Keep up going after Majestic Silver!

Southside
 

Southside

Veteran Member
Well I danced on the Capitol steps and enjoyed the moment very much. I committed no crime dancing on those steps, and the traders committed no crime buying those stocks. Advocating that we refrain from legal activity due to fear of repercussions does make one question who's side your on. What do you propose? Sit at home crying about what we have lost, while tip toeing around so as not to upset our master's? Sorry, that is not what this country or it's people are about.

Of course it isn't organic. There is a plan, and we are part of it.
And, being the good patriot I am, I make sure I do my part.
Sometimes I go too far. OK, I live on the edge. But that's the way it is.

Southisde
 

Publius

TB Fanatic
I must say this is providing us with some entertainment, but seeing how big this is I do expect to see some form legal action taking place by Monday.
 

doctor_fungcool

TB Fanatic
Robinhood Markets, Inc. is an American financial services company headquartered in Menlo Park, California.[3][4] Robinhood is a FINRA regulated broker-dealer, registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, and is a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation.[5][3] The company's revenue comes from three main sources: interest earned on customers' cash balances, selling order information to high-frequency traders (a practice for which SEC opened a probe into the company in September 2020)[6] and margin lending.[7][8] As of 2020, Robinhood had 13 million users.[9][10]
Robinhood
 

doctor_fungcool

TB Fanatic
....more

Payment for order flow
Bloomberg News reported in October 2018 that Robinhood had received almost half of its revenue from payment for order flow.[56] The company later confirmed this on its corporate website when asked by CNBC.[57] The Wall Street Journal found that Robinhood "appears to be taking more cash for orders than rivals," by up to a 60-to-1 ratio, according to its regulatory filings.[58]
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority fined Robinhood $1.25 million in December 2019 for failing to ensure that its customers received the best price for orders. All of Robinhood's trades between October 2016 and November 2017 were routed to companies that paid for order flow, and the company did not consider the price improvement which may have been obtained through other market makers.[59] Robinhood was sued in a class-action law suit in December 2020 for failing to disclose that a large portion of its revenue relied on payment for order flow.[60]
Security breach
In July 2019, Robinhood admitted to storing customer passwords in cleartext and in readable form across their internal systems, according to emails it sent to the affected customers. Robinhood declined to say how many customers were affected by the error and claims that it did not find any evidence of abuse.[61] However, in 2020, the firm acknowledged that almost 2,000 Robinhood Markets accounts were compromised in the hacking spree, and that hackers siphoned off customer funds, a sign that the attacks were more widespread than was previously known, and not forthcoming originally by Robinhood.[62]
Infinite leverage
In November 2019, a user on the WallStreetBets subreddit shared a glitch that allowed Robinhood Gold users to borrow unlimited funds via selling covered calls where the shares had been bought using leverage, and the premium from the call was used to access additional leverage to buy more shares in order to sell more calls and so on. The loophole was closed shortly thereafter and the accounts that exploited it were suspended, but not before some accounts recorded six figure losses by using what WallStreetBets users dubbed the "infinite money cheat code."[63][64][65]
Outages
On Monday, March 2, 2020, Robinhood suffered a systemwide, all-day outage during the largest daily point gain in the Dow Jones' history, preventing users from performing most actions on the platform, including opening and closing positions.[66] During this outage the S&P 500 climbed more than 4.6 percent.[67] Robinhood users postulated that the outage was the result of a coding error regarding leap year handling for Saturday, February 29, 2020. Robinhood denied these claims.[68] Robinhood said that they will offer compensation on a case-by-case basis.[69] Robinhood experienced another major systemwide outage on March 9.[70] Robinhood is currently facing three lawsuits due to outages in March 2020.[71]
Suicide of Alexander E. Kearns
Robinhood faced controversy in June 2020 after University of Nebraska student Alexander E. Kearns committed suicide after seeing a negative cash balance of U.S. $730,000 in his Robinhood margin trading account. It was later discovered that this was a temporary negative balance due to unsettled trading activity.[72][73] In his suicide note, Kearns, who was 20 years old at the time of his death, accused Robinhood of allowing him to pile on too much risk.[74] In a press release, Robinhood promised considering additional criteria and education for customers seeking level 3 options authorization.[75][76][77]
2020 SEC probe
On September 2, 2020, the Wall Street Journal reported that Robinhood was under SEC investigation for failing to fully disclose selling clients' orders to high-speed trading firms, with a potential $10 million-plus fine.[6] Robinhood paid $65 million to settle the SEC investigation on December 17, 2020.[78]
Gamification in Massachusetts
On December 16, 2020, the Massachusetts Securities Division filed an administrative complaint alleging violation of state securities laws by "marketing itself to Massachussetts investors without regard for the best interests of its customers and failing to maintain the infrastructures and procedures necessary to meet the demands of its rapidly growing customer base."[79] As a result of their gamified interface allowing new investors to participate in advanced derivatives trading, short sales, and call options, the Massachusetts Securities Division contended that Robinhood exploits novice investors, since these types of trade are usually considered "out of bounds" for new investors due to the high risk involved in them.[80]
2021 short squeeze
Main article: GameStop short squeeze
On January 28, 2021, Robinhood restricted the trading of certain stocks following an effort by users of r/wallstreetbets subreddit to drive up their price. This decision attracted condemnation from internet users on the subreddit and on Twitter.[81][82] United States House Representative Rashida Tlaib called for a hearing by the House Committee on Financial Services, tweeting that Robinhood's action was "market manipulation" to protect hedge funds.[82] Democratic representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted the restriction was “unacceptable,” saying Congress needed to know more about the company's decision “to block retail investors from purchasing stock while hedge funds are freely able to trade the stock as they see fit”, with Republican Ted Cruz and business magnate Elon Musk backing the sentiment.[83][84][85][86]
Following the controversy, the app suffered an influx of one-star reviews on the Google app store.[87] Google deleted at least 100,000 such reviews, calling them "coordinated or inorganic".[88][89][90] Protesters also showed up outside Robinhood headquarters in Menlo Park, California, at the Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters in Washington, D.C., and the New York Stock Exchange.[91] On January 28, a class-action lawsuit against Robinhood for alleged market manipulation was filed in the Southern District of New York. The lawsuit alleges that the app “purposefully, willfully, and knowingly removing the stock ‘GME’ from its trading platform in the midst of an unprecedented stock rise [...] deprived retail investors of the ability to invest in the open-market and manipulating the open-market.”[92][93][94][92] Later that day, the company announced that it would reallow limited buys of the stocks on January 29.[95]
 

Melodi

Disaster Cat
This woman has not been ruined by feminism, and it might just be me and other women who ride in on our white horses. Have you a horse to ride in on? I do.

Attitudes like this are one of the reasons the left has been so successful. It's ok, I will stay on the side of the Patriots, even if many of them wish to demean me and my gender. Here's hoping for a new and better future, free from the idiocy of the left and the idiocy of the right. There are plenty of women fighting on our side right now. Perhaps you might want to remember that before relegating us all to "ruined" status.
Yeah, the "ruined thing" was the one part of that post I really disliked, because it suggests that a thought pattern that includes everything from simple "equal pay for the same job" (which today almost no one questions) to screaming idiots demanding a "return" to a "matriarchy" that as far as anyone can tell never actually existed in the historical or archeological records.

And while I agree that today's courts create a situation where many young men, with very good reasons, are terrified of having a family and children, I am also old enough to remember the reasons this came about. Once again it was a typical case of humans going from one drastically wrong position (when men could simply leave their wives and kids, move out of State and be "off the hook") to one where men are treated like cash machines and "deemed" to owe more money than they can make in a lifetime.

Just as this current situation may be the start of one of those rather drastic swings where the balance of economic power suddenly gets shifted at least for a short time period, driven and fueled by sheer human rage. Once some people realize they can change things and yes there may be ways to force at least some billionaires to "own nothing and you will be happy about it" (or Eat S...t and Die) then things can really meltdown into a total Fourth Turning "Detonation."

A lot of women are going to bear the brunt of the grunt work no matter how this mess goes, they are the ones in 1930 manning the soup pots in the "Hoovervilles" of the Great Depression, they are the ones stuck with the babies even if the men leave or are taken away and they just keep on keeping on, even in bombed the bombed-out cities of Post WWII Germany or potentially the remains of a second US Civil War.

That isn't "feminism" that is doing what needs doing, from planting a garden to holding the rifle to defend it.
 

Kayak

Adrenaline Junkie
For four years the left has been united in "Orange Man Bad". No matter what happened, they could all agree to blame it on Trump.

This happened, and right off the bat, no one knew which side to take. Pelosi took one side and AOC took another. The media took the Hedge Funds' side because they know who butters their biscuits, but now, the media is realizing the everyday people of the world might have more power than they thought. If people get mad and stop watching, they lose even more of their own market share, and they've already lost so much of it.

No one has come up with official talking points yet, which is a pretty big deal.
 

The Snack Artist

Veteran Member
Ultimate goal is to Win the WAR. The enemy is regrouping, in anticipation of the next assault, Silver is up already 2 bucks a share in SLV, they know were coming...

Silver is a global commodity that the people of the world understand.

Don't get me wrong, I have not sold yet, but I will be focusing my energy on SLV now.
When the big boys get on the right side of silver (long) it will moonshot. Goldman will eat their brethren in a NY minute for money. I bet they're getting long it right now.
 
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psychrn

Contributing Member
I have a serious question...If Silver skyrockets and I'm holding physical coins, how do I use them if I want to cash in? Will the bank take them, say to pay off a mortgage or loan, or do I have to sell back to a dealer at less than spot?
Any other options?
 

Kayak

Adrenaline Junkie
I have a serious question...If Silver skyrockets and I'm holding physical coins, how do I use them if I want to cash in? Will the bank take them, say to pay off a mortgage or loan, or do I have to sell back to a dealer at less than spot?
Any other options?
As it stands now, you'll have to sell them to a dealer, or directly to another investor.

If everything collapses and no one trusts the dollar? Junk coins may turn into the only acceptable way to buy eggs and milk from the farmer down the road.
 

Melodi

Disaster Cat
I've paraphrased her before, Catherine Austin Fitz says that during times of disruption silver is what you use for daily transactions and gold is to bribe the border guards.
 

psychrn

Contributing Member
As it stands now, you'll have to sell them to a dealer, or directly to another investor.

If everything collapses and no one trusts the dollar? Junk coins may turn into the only acceptable way to buy eggs and milk from the farmer down the road.
Thanks.
 

Farmgal

Contributing Member
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">NEW: Melvin Capital Management, the hedge fund that has borne the brunt of losses from the soaring stock prices of heavily shorted stocks recently, has lost 53% in January (WSJ).</p>&mdash; The Bias News (@thebias_news) <a href=" View: https://twitter.com/thebias_news/status/1355913355697954821?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw
">January 31, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
 

Shooter

Veteran Member
I have a serious question...If Silver skyrockets and I'm holding physical coins, how do I use them if I want to cash in? Will the bank take them, say to pay off a mortgage or loan, or do I have to sell back to a dealer at less than spot?
Any other options?
There are plenty of people who will take silver as payment NOW,I do gun work, usually give a better price if payed in silver , you can ask people if they take silver , I have one friend manages a store, he tells everyone, someone has silver call him, he pays for there purchase, and takes the silver
 

Plain Jane

Has No Life - Lives on TB

Reddit Outages Reported As r/WallStreetBets Experiences Surge In Web Traffic
Tyler Durden's Photo

BY TYLER DURDEN
SUNDAY, JAN 31, 2021 - 12:00
Reddit users are reporting issues with the website on Sunday morning, according to Downdector. The outage map appears widespread.
Redditors began reporting issues around 0930 ET and appear heavily concentrated in the Northeast.
Downdector Reddit


Reddit Outage Map

While there is no official confirmation from the website of what is causing issues and outages for users, people on Downdector who are reporting the problems suggest "WSB (r/WallStreetBets) has bogged the server down."
Others said, "reddit down again lol."
Someone else said, "This is the second time in less than 24 hours."
r/WallStreetBets has seen exponential traffic with millions of new subs over the last week.

r/WallStreetBets Traffic

People are flocking to the stock market-centric forum because the group has allegedly sparked massive short covers in a handful of popular listed stocks, including GME and AMC.
This weekend, we noted r/WallStreetBets' next move could unleash the "world's biggest short squeeze" in silver.
 

WTSR

Senior Member
MW UPDATE: GameStop stock retreats from record gains after more than half of short positions eliminated
5m

— — —

+2.35%

+0.63%

More than 35 million GameStop shares no longer shorted, leaving 27.1 million remaining, says S3


GameStop Corp. shares reversed course Monday, retreating from their record weekly gain, after one noted analyst said more than half of the short positions on the stock had been eliminated.


GameStop (GME) shares fell as much as 35% in Monday trading, and closed down 31% at $225.00. Volume was at more than 34 million shares by the close. Over the past 10 trading days, daily volume has averaged 92.2 million shares, and averaged 11 million shares daily over the past 52 weeks.


Last week, GameStop's stock soared 400% in an extremely volatile trading week (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/ gamestop-amc-stocks-rally-friday-as-robinhood-allows-limited-buying-11611931393)where retail investor loyalists of the stock assembled via the Reddit WallStreetBets thread to clash with institutional short sellers on Wall Street.


Ihor Dusaniwsky -- the head of predictive analytics at financial technology and analytics firm S3 Partners, which specializes in analyzing data on short selling -- said on Monday that the "short squeeze has begun" on GameStop, even though some were speculating (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/gamestop-stock-soars-60-in-apparent-short-squeeze- 11610559366)that a short squeeze was boosting the stock in mid-January.


The number of GameStop shares shorted fell by 35.2 million over last week, leaving 27.1 million short positions remaining, or a drop of 56%, according to S3 data. Shorts have lost about $13 billion in 2021 alone on GameStop even after gaining more than $2 billion on Monday's downturn, Dusaniwsky said.


"Both fundamental and momentum short sellers have found opportunities and price exit points to trim their positions in the face of these losses as the GME short squeeze is in full force," Dusaniwsky said in emailed comments.


Meanwhile, the stock most likely to be said in the same breath as GameStop, AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. (AMC), was up as much as 30% Monday, but closed up 0.3% at $13.30 as one analyst downgraded the stock to a sell rating (https:// www.marketwatch.com/story/amc-entertainment-stock-now-a-sell-at-mkm-as-price-target-drops-to-1-11612196602) and cut their price target to $1.


A new addition to the Reddit treatment was the iShares Silver Trust (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/silver-gets- the-gamestop-treatment-rallies-by-as-much-as-13-11612203674)(SLV), which had gained as much as 12% Monday, finished up 8% at $26.98.


On the other hand, shares of other-heavily shorted stocks like GameStop were logging sizable losses Monday. Stocks like Naked Brand Group Ltd. (NAKD), Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY), National Beverage Corp. (FIZZ), SunPower Corp. (SPWR), and Macerich Co. (MAC) closed down 10% or more Monday.


Heavily-shorted stocks bucking Monday's downward trend included BlackBerry Ltd. (BB.T) with a 3.8% gain, Nokia (NOKIA.HE) with a 7.2% gain, Fossil Group Inc. (FOSL) closing up 5%, and 3D Systems Inc. (DDD) with a 9.5% gain.


-Wallace Witkowski; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com
 

Plain Jane

Has No Life - Lives on TB

Robinhood Is Reportedly Raising Another Billion Dollars... On Top Of $4 Billion In Last Week
Tyler Durden's Photo

BY TYLER DURDEN
MONDAY, FEB 01, 2021 - 15:03
Update 1500ET: Despite all the spin and hoopla that securities trading restrictions are being lifted and all is well in the wild wild west world of Robinhood's back office after raising $3.4 billion in fresh capital in the last few days and another $600 million in revolver drawdowns, Reuters is reporting that the free trading app has held talks with banks about raising an additional $1 billion in debt
Robinhood started negotiations with banks about expanding its lines of credit or arranging a new one after it drained its revolving debt facility during last week's frenetic trading, one of the sources said.
It is not clear how much debt Robinhood will be able to secure.
The sources requested anonymity because the matter is confidential.
Robinhood declined to comment.
Sadly, Robinhood's representations that it is adding the capital "to invest in record customer growth"...


... seems a little suspect, as with everything else involving this company.

Meanwhile, the lies continue:

* * *
* * *
Update 1215 EST: In a development that will come as surprise to nobody, Charlie Gasparino reports that Robinhood's plans have been put on hold, noting that the company has to “focus on surviving the current drama over trading of stocks and settlement issues."


While it is clear that Robinhood will never IPO now, the biggest question is whether the loss of clients is big enough that the latest $4 billion in new capital will itself be impaired in the coming weeks, and what happens then?
 

Kayak

Adrenaline Junkie
The WSB guys say it's a last-ditch effort to try to get them to sell. They point out the shorts are no longer listed, and that whatever the MSM says, the opposite is true -- and the MSM is working really hard to try to get them to believe the shorts have all been resolved/unwound/etc.

As always, time will tell.
 

20Gauge

Has No Life - Lives on TB
MW UPDATE: GameStop stock retreats from record gains after more than half of short positions eliminated
5m

— — —

+2.35%

+0.63%

More than 35 million GameStop shares no longer shorted, leaving 27.1 million remaining, says S3


GameStop Corp. shares reversed course Monday, retreating from their record weekly gain, after one noted analyst said more than half of the short positions on the stock had been eliminated.


GameStop (GME) shares fell as much as 35% in Monday trading, and closed down 31% at $225.00. Volume was at more than 34 million shares by the close. Over the past 10 trading days, daily volume has averaged 92.2 million shares, and averaged 11 million shares daily over the past 52 weeks.


Last week, GameStop's stock soared 400% in an extremely volatile trading week (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/ gamestop-amc-stocks-rally-friday-as-robinhood-allows-limited-buying-11611931393)where retail investor loyalists of the stock assembled via the Reddit WallStreetBets thread to clash with institutional short sellers on Wall Street.


Ihor Dusaniwsky -- the head of predictive analytics at financial technology and analytics firm S3 Partners, which specializes in analyzing data on short selling -- said on Monday that the "short squeeze has begun" on GameStop, even though some were speculating (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/gamestop-stock-soars-60-in-apparent-short-squeeze- 11610559366)that a short squeeze was boosting the stock in mid-January.


The number of GameStop shares shorted fell by 35.2 million over last week, leaving 27.1 million short positions remaining, or a drop of 56%, according to S3 data. Shorts have lost about $13 billion in 2021 alone on GameStop even after gaining more than $2 billion on Monday's downturn, Dusaniwsky said.


"Both fundamental and momentum short sellers have found opportunities and price exit points to trim their positions in the face of these losses as the GME short squeeze is in full force," Dusaniwsky said in emailed comments.


Meanwhile, the stock most likely to be said in the same breath as GameStop, AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. (AMC), was up as much as 30% Monday, but closed up 0.3% at $13.30 as one analyst downgraded the stock to a sell rating (https:// www.marketwatch.com/story/amc-entertainment-stock-now-a-sell-at-mkm-as-price-target-drops-to-1-11612196602) and cut their price target to $1.


A new addition to the Reddit treatment was the iShares Silver Trust (https://www.marketwatch.com/story/silver-gets- the-gamestop-treatment-rallies-by-as-much-as-13-11612203674)(SLV), which had gained as much as 12% Monday, finished up 8% at $26.98.


On the other hand, shares of other-heavily shorted stocks like GameStop were logging sizable losses Monday. Stocks like Naked Brand Group Ltd. (NAKD), Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (BBBY), National Beverage Corp. (FIZZ), SunPower Corp. (SPWR), and Macerich Co. (MAC) closed down 10% or more Monday.


Heavily-shorted stocks bucking Monday's downward trend included BlackBerry Ltd. (BB.T) with a 3.8% gain, Nokia (NOKIA.HE) with a 7.2% gain, Fossil Group Inc. (FOSL) closing up 5%, and 3D Systems Inc. (DDD) with a 9.5% gain.


-Wallace Witkowski; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com
What is that 50+ billion dollars still open for the short positions.
 

WTSR

Senior Member
Probably good to note that they could not get 27 million shares to be sold at any price.
I'm seeing people buying GME in 1 and two share lots consistently. People Dollar Cost averaging their position I'd suspect.
 

Red Baron

Paleo-Conservative
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The WSB guys say it's a last-ditch effort to try to get them to sell. They point out the shorts are no longer listed, and that whatever the MSM says, the opposite is true -- and the MSM is working really hard to try to get them to believe the shorts have all been resolved/unwound/etc.

As always, time will tell.
I learned that it is -not- an SEC requirement to list short holdings.

Isn't that convenient?

So much for any notion of transparency in the market.
 

Millwright

Knuckle Dragger
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:lkick: Master marketing.


Popeyes Hands Out Free Chicken Tendies in Wake of GameStop Stock Surge

Popeyes Chicken launched a “Free Tendies Offer” on Monday as part of a promotional campaign built upon the recent GameStop stock surge and short squeeze.

Customers may add a side order of three-piece chicken tenders at no additional cost to orders of $5 or more.
Popeyes Chicken used a populist theme in framing its special offer.

“Tendies aren’t for the elite few,” the restaurant chain declared on Twitter. “They’re for everyone. Free #Tendies4Yall.”


The promotional advertisement depicted chicken tenders against a moving background resembling a stock market chart.
The fast food chain also composed its promo codes with the ticker codes of GameStop, AMC, Nokia, and Blackberry: $GME, $AMC, $NOK, and $BB.
Popeyes Chicken stated via Facebook, “We’re going to make sure no institution stands between the people and their right to tendies. Let’s get some tendies. #Tendies4Yall”:

The Associated Press reported Sunday:
GameStop shot up nearly 70%, clawing back much of its steep loss from the day before, after Robinhood said it will allow customers to start buying some of the stock again. GameStop has been on a stupefying 1,600% run over the last three weeks and has become the battleground where swarms of smaller investors see themselves making an epic stand against the 1%.
Robinhood, E*Trade, and other online brokers recently blocked investors from buying GameStop stock to obstruct shares of the video gaming retailer from further valuation increases.

 
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