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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
Perfect example of #marketmanipulation $BTC soars after Musk tweeted that $TSLA is going to be accepting #bitcoin payments again. I am willing to bet anyone one thousand dollars that he sold some bitcoin after the Shepard spoke and his sheep followed.... He probably even made purchases prior to the statement, knowing that his words alone would be enough for the Elonians to do all the work so he canSee more
**MARKET MANIPULATION** Todays topic is #marketmanipulation which I hear often used coupled with assets such as $MULN and even more often with $TSLA Let's get straight to the ROOT CAUSE - When just 1.2% of the entire population amasses and hoards 47.9% See more
Invested in AMC Preferred Equity Unit
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$SPY - Based on the development of price action over the week, I am expecting price (of S&P 500 and Dow Jones) to continue to climb tonight through both #Asian and #London #ForexSession to complete Wave (b), in black (from previous posts), and then after the #NFP See more
TIME TO LEARN YOU SOME KNOWLEDGE Chances are, if you've only dabbled in stop losses, you've had your stops just barely hit just for the stock to immediately blow up. Or, if you use stops often, you probably see this somewhat frequently and don't know what you're doing wrong. Here's the answer: Nothing. The stock market is a rigged game, and the sooner you realize that, the sooner you can avoid thSee more
That’s what they get for market manipulation and corruption. Taking away BUY button in January has now an impact on them 10 months after. Move your portfolio to Public! #gme #amc #memestocks #corruption #marketmanipulation BYE BYE ROBIN!
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Invested in SNDL Inc.
You know, the motley fool is ALL over sundial. I'm pretty sure they're short selling just like amc and gme. Back awhile ago they were given full access to be a stock without a market cap if they could hit a dollar, which they did. Until it started slipping back down and it hasn't been able to keep it's head above that 1.00 point. This stock is being shorted so badly most people don't want to keep it. They don't have movement. This company has had great earnings, it's been one to watch and now it's fizzling. This is blatant market manipulation. Gme and amc are not the special outliers, there's so much market manipulation that keeps us "retail" investors down. #secdoyourjob #sec #market #marketmanipulation I want to normalize not calling people, "retail investors" to just investors. There's nothing that changes our investments too not be worthy of being an "investor". Its just another term the shills use make us seem finicky, and dumb. Unorganized and sheeple. We aren't. We like the stock. Ape likes stock.... Here hold my banana I'm going in. 🍌💎🙌 #holdstrong #apes 🦍 #longterm #patience #growth
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