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Happy 4th 🎉  My crystal ball’s in the shop so this is not investment advice 🔮. About AMC, it’s probably best to ask your favorite Public @expert to chime in on how traditional fundamentals might relate to AMC’s health long term and on any squeeze potential/timing. Hopefully the new SEC rules will make the system more fair moving forward. In terms of what will happen with any existing naked shorts/shorters (and the nature of any pressure release valve that is in place to “protect” the world economy; like is it better than Ignatius Reilly’s valve 😂), who knows. But I do have an idea that I’d love your thoughts on… So I’m walking through the park on a beautiful day thinking about dark pools 🤗 and then a lightbulb goes on: What if I switch my focus as an AMC shareholder to what I can control here, rather than just being dragged around by every news story, price drop and rise, etc. And then it hit me…    💡We OWN this company! Well almost all of it. And that’s obvious, sure, but have we really thought about what that means? I hadn’t. We OWN this amazing company, currently valued at billions, that has so much free PR/buzz and is so loved, and its new CEO has created a platform to connect with us (InvestorConnect, which at press time gives us free popcorn and early access to movies but alas not a bronze Elon…); and he just messaged me (because I signed up for InvestorConnect) saying he wants to hear my voice as an AMC investor. Is that genuine? Let’s see! What if those of us who decide to keep our ownership in this company (and 100% respect to what others do especially given the risk here) shift our focus from whether AMC will make it to the moon soon (I hope it does! 🌝) to what we can actually do as shareholders to improve the value of our company for the long term.     So here’s the baton guys: WE OWN A COMPANY VALUED IN THE BILLIONS and the CEO wants to hear our voices! What do you want to say? This is a unique situation and I think it’s time to dream big here. Our company has physical locations all around the USA and the world, and I think it’s key that these facilities are all ready to be used as gathering places (with nice seats, big screens, bathrooms, food, drinks…) for anything we want. Movies yeah! But what else? Like when people buy a movie ticket maybe there’s a (paid or free/foundation) option to come in 15+ minutes early for a Public-sponsored investing seminar 😎. It’s clear that AMC and GameStop have become symbols for the power of retail investing and even our Democracy. Hey maybe we can use our access as AMC shareholders (since we don’t seem to have access to a fair market) to bring about change, like by educating younger generations on investing/government/public policy/etc., that could lead to a fairer market in future. There’s an idea!     Movies will always be #1 and I wonder what an AMC/GameStop movie will do to the share price) but as long as we’re invested in this let’s brainstorm together and with friends/family to see if we can generate additional sources of value for our company. I think it would be worth it even if just one good idea emerged beyond what the CEO and his team are dreaming up! I do think AMC should create Popcoin🍿🤪 #popcoin whether it’s crypto currency or points people earn everywhere (grocery stores, online shopping, etc.) that will bring more folks into the theaters. Maybe seniors get free coffee when they buy their tickets. Ha we could also have a free (if they’re getting broke) “naked shorters” movie night 🤣. Here’s one: We use the extra theater space for public/private partnerships, for teaching coding, anti-bullying, drug prevention, job training. I love the idea of using AMC as a way to both entertain AND empower. Hopefully the CEO is open to a definition of value that exceeds traditional financial gains, like @buygold as a metaphor, but I think the empowering part could also bring in new revenue! Anyway just brainstorming here and if all my ideas are crap, great! This isn’t about me. There are just sooo many of us AMC shareholders, and we’re as diverse as the people who go to the movies which is so beautiful and important! Love to hear your ideas here!💡   #AMC #democracy #SEC #GameStop #nakedshorters #2030vision #longterm #PopCoin #AMCentertainandempower
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