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Yordan Arauz
I mean how else am I going to get money to buy into stocks 😂 #amc #memestocks #memestock #memecoin #memecoins #gme See more
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Andrew Lee
Just a reminder 😳 if you’ve been dollar cost averaging into Microsoft or Meta over the last year, you’d be up in a big way. It’s not too late ⤵️ Stitch screenshots and images side by side (like this one below) with the free iPhone app PicMerger: Watch this 🎥 and understand how this works: more
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Invested in AMC Entertainment
SHORT SELLERS HAVE LOST OVER $175 BILLION IN 2023‼️ 0DTE OPTIONS ARE LIKELY TO CAUSE A FLASH CRASH IN THE STOCK MARKET MUCH LIKE THE 1987 FLASH CRASH‼️ Every time the #VIX spikes, FAILURES TO DELIVER on #UVXY skyrocket. This is a clear indication that the FED or Plunge Protection Team are Naked Shorting the VIX to cause Gamma squeezes on the #SPY‼️ THIS artificially props up markets. 0DTE" stands for "Zero Days To Expiry," and it refers to options contracts that are set to expire on the same trading day they are opened. Trading 0DTE options can carry significant risks, and there are systemic dangers associated with this practice. 0DTE options are extremely sensitive to price movements because they have no time value left. Any price changes in the underlying asset can have an immediate and amplified impact on the option's value. This heightened sensitivity can lead to rapid and substantial gains or losses. Traders have very little time to react or adjust their positions when trading 0DTE options. In traditional options trading, if a position is going against the trader, they may have the flexibility to adjust or exit the position before expiration. With 0DTE options, there's no time for such adjustments. Due to the short time frame, traders may need to execute multiple transactions within a single day when trading 0DTE options. This can result in higher transaction costs, including commissions and bid-ask spreads, which can significantly impact overall profitability. Options with zero days to expiry may have lower liquidity compared to options with more time until expiration. Lower liquidity can lead to wider bid-ask spreads, making it more challenging to enter and exit positions at favorable prices. Gamma measures the rate of change of an option's delta relative to changes in the price of the underlying asset. 0DTE options, being very close to expiration, can have high gamma. This means that the option's delta can change rapidly with small movements in the underlying asset's price, leading to rapid gains or losses. The short time frame of 0DTE options makes them susceptible to market manipulation and front running. Traders with advanced technology and information may attempt to exploit price movements for their advantage, potentially harming retail traders. Trading 0DTE options is highly speculative, and it may attract traders looking for quick, short-term gains. This speculative nature can contribute to increased market volatility and systemic risks, especially if a significant number of market participants are engaging in such trades. Top holders of #UVXY consist of market makers that are also heavily shorting meme stocks such as #AMC, including #Susquehanna, #Citadel, and #JaneStreet, indicating a correlation in market volatility between meme stocks and the VIX. Much like AMC, market makers are diluting the UVXY in order to suppress spikes in the VIX. This means that the #VIX, $AMC, #Gamestop have a high likelihood of achieving new all-time highs. Funds are flowing out of the system towards money market funds and more secure assets such as T-Bills. Despite this, stock prices continue to rise as many investors maintain leveraged long positions and seek to "extract alpha" by shorting in-the-money put options and going long on calls. This strategy compels brokers to hedge in a manner that influences the very stocks involved in these transactions through synthetic positions. Simply, they have no choice but to continue their ponzi in pursuit of preventing further losses. This is the black swan of 2024, and almost no one will see it coming. Make sure you're properly hedged.
BREAKING: GameStop $GME shares are trading lower after the company reported worse-than-expected Q1 results and announced it has appointed Ryan Cohen as executive chairman, terminating its former CEO. The company also will not be holding the planned earnings call today. Shares are down 18% in after hours on the news. more
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#ai can be used by #hedgefunders to analyze various types of data that can be used to make predictions and trading decisions. Such data could include market trends, news, financial statements, and social media sentiment, among others. As for using AI against an individual, hedge funders typically analyze market data and trends to make predictions and decisions that will affect the markets on a broader level, rather than focusing on an individual investor. However, if an #investors #portfolio has a particular characteristic or exhibits a certain pattern of behavior that AI tools can detect, hedge funders may use this information to make trading decisions that could affect the investor's portfolio ( $HOOD 👀👀👀👀) It's important for investors to understand the risks and limitations of AI in trading and to consult a financial advisor for personalized advice. Now about $GME ... In January 2021, a group of individual investors sought to buy shares of #gamestop a struggling video game retailer, and drive up its price by enforcing a short squeeze on hedge funds who had bet against the company's stock. This initiative caused the stock price to skyrocket from around $20 to over $400 in just a few days, costing hedge funds billions of dollars in losses. To counteract this momentum, some hedge funds engaged in what is known as #shortselling which involves borrowing stocks and selling them in anticipation of repurchasing them at a lower price in the future, thus generating a profit. Hedge funds that had bet against GameStop found themselves with rapidly increasing losses, and to limit their losses they bought shares of the stock at a higher price in what's called a #shortsqueeze This rush to buy the shares resulted in a massive increase in demand, thus driving up the stock price even further. In response, some hedge funds used various #marketmanipulation tactics, such as spreading false and negative information about GameStop, disrupting the trading process, or engaging in illegal practices like naked short selling or collusion with other players in the market, to stabilize the stock price and protect their losses. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) launched an investigation into some of these tactics, and several hedge funds were scrutinized for their behavior. To protect financial markets' integrity, regulators have increased scrutiny in recent weeks to ensure that investors are adhering to the same rules, regulations, and laws that govern all participants in the financial markets. This message was brought to you by AI and #shortingthetrend DM me if you wanna be friends chat or learn to use Webull and do #optionstrading
GameStop stock soars after company posts first quarterly profit in two years Key Points: For the quarter ended Jan. 28, the video game retailer Gamestop $GME posted a profit of $48.2 million, or 16 cents a share, compared to a loss of $147.5 million, or 49 cents, a year ago. Net sales dropped to $2.23 billion from $2.25 billion in last year’s fourth quarter. Company expenses were down to $453.4See more
"No one comes in anymore" says Gamestop manager 100+ layoffs in Gamestops newest attempt to restructure the company towards an e-commerce focused business model. GME has really been struggling the past few years but it still begs the question: Will Gamestop reclaim the power it once had?? Personally, I think it will be a long journey but certainly possible. Thoughts?See more
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