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I'm clearly doing the stonk thing wrong, as @Harrison Stafford sent me down a wormhole with AMYZF. I know it's purely speculative, but anyone know if it's a stronger play than ABML (ABTC)? AMYZF has a patented process, ABML is claiming a proprietary process and has some former Tesla guys on board. Just trying to figure out which one is more legit.

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Haven't mentioned it because didn't need naysayers because it is stupid, but I'm a med student doing this almost purely on my student loans while they're at zero interest. I've made +$20k since Decemb

The real treasure is the friends we make along the way

As long as 700% APR payday loans exist, you can fuck right off with "protecting people from themselves".

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I bought a metric shit load of it at around 3.4 this morning.  Kept buying.  Let’s roll.
 
 My biggest holdings by far now are AlPP, TSNP, AMYZF, and UUUU, in that order.  All picks by our stonker overlords.
And fifth is PFMS, lol.

Same here, I went full tilt on pennies around lunch time.
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Interactive Brokers was also restricting GME by only allowing you to close positions, so you could sell if already long, but could buy if you were short. TD Ameritrade let me buy it around noon after I was finally able to merely log in to their app. Picked up 3 shares to help the cause, don't care if it goes to $0. 

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12 minutes ago, bluto said:


Same here, I went full tilt on pennies around lunch time.

ALPP's only a penny if it's under $5 and on OTC... both of which are going away a week from tomorrow. Congrats on anyone who bough $2s / low $3s  on these dips. 

PFMS bid never filled. I may regret not chasing for .0038s

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3 minutes ago, PenelopeWitherspoon said:

So question, how do you use the 13F of a hedge fund to figure out their short position?  

13F is public.  should be on SEC\EDGAR.  But it's a quarterly filing so by the time you see it, it's too late.

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4 minutes ago, PenelopeWitherspoon said:

So question, how do you use the 13F of a hedge fund to figure out their short position?  

 

Just now, 52-80 said:

13F is public.  should be on SEC\EDGAR.  But it's a quarterly filing so by the time you see it, it's too late.

This. You can google a hedge fund's 13f and look at what they have. But there is a huge delay. For example, Melvin's 13F was filed in November and covered their holdings as of 09/20/2020. A lot can change in that period of time.

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1 minute ago, PenelopeWitherspoon said:

I know that.  But there has to be a way to infer what the positions are, yes?

It tells you exactly how many shares they own, how much the position has changed since the last reporting, as well as call and put volume. What it doesn't show, however, is shares shorted.

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1 minute ago, 936horn said:

They lay them out

 

2 minutes ago, 52-80 said:

13F is public.  should be on SEC\EDGAR.  But it's a quarterly filing so by the time you see it, it's too late.

 

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This. You can google a hedge fund's 13f and look at what they have. But there is a huge delay. For example, Melvin's 13F was filed in November and covered their holdings as of 09/20/2020. A lot can change in that period of time.

This is kind of my point.  The 13F has holdings (admittedly, I am not seeing long or short designations either), but that is stale data. So how do you figure out who is holding what?

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1 hour ago, Foosters said:

As someone who bought like $200 of ethereum like 3 years ago and then promptly lost the 56 digit key i needed to access it, does anyone have suggestions on best way to enter crypto markets for idiots like me?

Yeah.  Buy PayPal and Square so you profit off people converting crypto to cash (or vice versus) while simultaneously (a) avoiding the inevitable mess when government cracks down on crypto and (b) avoiding the heartache of getting locked out of ever accessing your six figure gains because you can’t remember your password. 

I see the logic of people going crypto to an extent, but on the other hand, if anyone is really worried about the game being rigged for the big finance guys and alternatives being stomped out through collusion and underhanded tactics ... doesn’t moving to straight crypto ensure your own doom?   There’s way more potential for eventual regulatory fuckery with that than there is with a stock brokerage account.  

Obligatory - I’m not a financial advisor, not giving financial advice, and if you knew my takes on Apple circa 2000s and Tesla circa anytime you’d do the opposite of what I think. 

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10 minutes ago, cam4mav said:

 

 

 


Surly STONK lords
What does this mean

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basically just that if one were to include the synthetic long shares (which are created as a consequence of a short position) as part of the total number of "tradable shares" in calculating the total percentage of shorts, that the number of shorts is only 55% of total instead of the 122% that has been floating around as part of the story.

whoever created that though might have some more success with their marketing ploy here if they took the time to do a little bit of editing - and at least tried to spell "difference" and "academy" correctly.

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Question for the traders here. I’ve historically held the view that it’s really difficult for individuals to do technical trading (maybe with fundamental mixed in). As a result I never considered learning technical trading and trying to make decent money trading. 

For a number of reasons I don’t want to get into, I’ve started thinking about doing it. What are the thoughts from folks on here? I do not work currently and not planning to for awhile. Can you make money trading?

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basically just that if one were to include the synthetic long shares (which are created as a consequence of a short position) as part of the total number of "tradable shares" in calculating the total percentage of shorts, that the number of shorts is only 55% of total instead of the 122% that has been floating around as part of the story.
whoever created that though might have some more success with their marketing ploy here if they took the time to do a little bit of editing - and at least tried to spell "difference" and "academy" correctly.
Gracias, so basically another way to show how ridiculously shorted gme is. 50% would equal basically a 100% short rate in the way its being thrown around... Is that roughly right?

Also the dudes name is freaking IHOR I'm assuming English isn't number 1

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9 minutes ago, Dbeasy said:

Can you make money trading?

If you're not working and are okay with losing your starting capital, go ahead and test the waters.  You won't know until you know.

 

 

 

 

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11 minutes ago, Dbeasy said:

Question for the traders here. I’ve historically held the view that it’s really difficult for individuals to do technical trading (maybe with fundamental mixed in). As a result I never considered learning technical trading and trying to make decent money trading. 

For a number of reasons I don’t want to get into, I’ve started thinking about doing it. What are the thoughts from folks on here? I do not work currently and not planning to for awhile. Can you make money trading?

Give TD Ameritrade a try. They'll give you a paper account for free for 30 days.

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1 hour ago, NYTransplant said:

I'm clearly doing the stonk thing wrong, as @Harrison Stafford sent me down a wormhole with AMYZF. I know it's purely speculative, but anyone know if it's a stronger play than ABML (ABTC)? AMYZF has a patented process, ABML is claiming a proprietary process and has some former Tesla guys on board. Just trying to figure out which one is more legit.

Both AMYZF and ABML are pre-revenue, but ABML just holds rights to property that they think has lithium worth mining....doesn't show them doing any mining.  AMYZF recycles lithium battery cathodes using a patented process for which they're building the pilot plant.  AMYZF also has another project for manganese using a similar process.  Supposedly, Tesla has put the cyber truck on hold due to a lack of battery metals and all the other auto manufacturers are just getting started.  Demand much?  AMYZF is at .70 and ABML is at 3.00.  If the move by ABML is anything to go by, AMYZF should be moving up as well.  I think AMYZF is the stronger play, but a lot of people own both stocks. 

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Picked up 1,000 shares of ALPP at 3.54. Already gruntled. 
 
Man, I was going to jump in on a few shares right before close and see if I could ride a rocket ship tomorrow but my dickhead client** called me and wanted a last minute zoom meeting so I was unable to buy. Maybe I'll place a reasonable limit order for open.


*** Not actually a dickhead, great guy, friend and my biggest and best client. Still though he's harshing my stonk vibe with his actual paying work. Fucker.
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3 minutes ago, BradInATX said:

Still though he's harshing my stonk vibe with his actual paying work. Fucker.

You need to tell him to hold the got damned line and gtfo out of the way. 

 

 

until after market close.

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Can someone explain the diamond hands thing? Pretty easy to figure out the meaning from context but where did it come from?
It's from r/wallstreetbets it means hold forever(until the absolute peak) .... they are only after playing the longshots

It's a casino is a popular saying there...they were taking the house then the house changed the rules
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4 hours ago, Harrison Stafford said:

Wall Street hedge funds running to the exchanges to halt trading to prevent losses is another example of why the game has always been rigged in favor of the elites.

When you lose it's okay, but when they lose the game is turned off.

So, would you say the Game is Stopped?

2 hours ago, Hefeweizen said:

@RCRanger03

@Harrison Stafford

Are the badass pickers here.  Both have had big winners.

My tired eyes read this as “have big wieners”

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After todays open surge and subsequent price beat down on gme with buying restrictions.... 

My assumption is that it will continue to rally afterhours like yesterday. Then maybe do the same open surge followed by systematic beat down? It dropped $180 in one hour this morning.

These hedge funds are not going to get to the point of these short options coming due without a kicking screaming fuckery fight right? The man will try and get his however they can.

So..... what is the downside to selling tonight/tomorrow morning IF that repeats, then be ready to buy back in full force anticipating another manufactured dip.

Just for example. I've got 8 @ 235

If it hits 350 i have a sell order. not really likely but I also have faith in the internets overnight fuck you energy over this shit with robinhood. Along with the powers that be beating the shit back down if it raises up again.

Buy again at 125-200 assuming it repeats.

 

Assuming that's what happens, what's the negative? Obviously there's 2 ways that it goes tits up (wasted opp selling early or it tanks)

Is it just recycled gains used to further fuck them up? Pocket some cash and reposition to further cash once the squeeze really starts?

 

Most of this is cloud high level thoughts based on twitter/reddit/here so yeah what could go wrong. fuckem

 

All of this so far has been price competition (up and down) before the real fun begins as the shorts become due.... right?

http://isthesqueezesquoze.com/

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3 hours ago, Foosters said:

Explain to me like I'm 5:

Why I should not be worried about: my pension, my IRA, daughter's 529, and 401k?

Because money printer go brrrr and nobody is liquidating and pulling money from their 401ks early, taking a big tax penalty. 

3 hours ago, ZB'Tejas said:

Hello Bitcoin.

 

Yep. They’re censoring your speech and now your money.

What else do the people in authority have to do to show you how little they think of you?

Buying and holding some bitcoin is itself an act of protest. It’s one that will almost certainly bank you some coin as well. 

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2 minutes ago, cam4mav said:

After todays open surge and subsequent price beat down on gme with buying restrictions.... 

My assumption is that it will continue to rally afterhours like yesterday. Then maybe do the same open surge followed by systematic beat down? It dropped $180 in one hour this morning.

These hedge funds are not going to get to the point of these short options coming due without a kicking screaming fuckery fight right? The man will try and get his however they can.

So..... what is the downside to selling tonight/tomorrow morning IF that repeats, then be ready to buy back in full force anticipating another manufactured dip.

Just for example. I've got 8 @ 235

If it hits 350 i have a sell order. not really likely but I also have faith in the internets overnight fuck you energy over this shit with robinhood. Along with the powers that be beating the shit back down if it raises up again.

Buy again at 125-200 assuming it repeats.

 

Assuming that's what happens, what's the negative? Obviously there's 2 ways that it goes tits up (wasted opp selling early or it tanks)

Is it just recycled gains used to further fuck them up? Pocket some cash and reposition to further cash once the squeeze really starts?

 

Most of this is cloud high level thoughts based on twitter/reddit/here so yeah what could go wrong. fuckem

 

All of this so far has been price competition (up and down) before the real fun begins as the shorts become due.... right?

http://isthesqueezesquoze.com/

 

Didn't it blow up after hours yesterday then get killed in premarket today? 

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2 minutes ago, cam4mav said:

After todays open surge and subsequent price beat down on gme with buying restrictions.... 

My assumption is that it will continue to rally afterhours like yesterday. Then maybe do the same open surge followed by systematic beat down? It dropped $180 in one hour this morning.

These hedge funds are not going to get to the point of these short options coming due without a kicking screaming fuckery fight right? The man will try and get his however they can.

So..... what is the downside to selling tonight/tomorrow morning IF that repeats, then be ready to buy back in full force anticipating another manufactured dip.

Just for example. I've got 8 @ 235

If it hits 350 i have a sell order. not really likely but I also have faith in the internets overnight fuck you energy over this shit with robinhood. Along with the powers that be beating the shit back down if it raises up again.

Buy again at 125-200 assuming it repeats.

 

Assuming that's what happens, what's the negative? Obviously there's 2 ways that it goes tits up (wasted opp selling early or it tanks)

Is it just recycled gains used to further fuck them up? Pocket some cash and reposition to further cash once the squeeze really starts?

 

Most of this is cloud high level thoughts based on twitter/reddit/here so yeah what could go wrong. fuckem

 

All of this so far has been price competition (up and down) before the real fun begins as the shorts become due.... right?

http://isthesqueezesquoze.com/

Exactly what I am doing now. Going to swing trade whatever I can until merrill locks me out again I guess.

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1 hour ago, babysdaddy said:

HSO alert. The shit going on with AMC and GME ain't got shit on what would happen if bitcoin threatens US dollar hegemony.  It may rise to $100k-500k/coin but it will eventually be worth $0.

Have Fun Staying Poor. 

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1 minute ago, BradInATX said:

 

Didn't it blow up after hours yesterday then get killed in premarket today? 

up after hours yesterday it got killed after open today. had about an hour of way up this morning then got nuked

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3 minutes ago, 936horn said:

Exactly what I am doing now. Going to swing trade whatever I can until merrill locks me out again I guess.

This game is being strung out until the shorts are due right. it's still shorted over 100%. If we know that they will beat the price down and the retail are going to keep buying after  because the short amount is valuable and fuck them up pay your stupid ass risky position, it's a yoyo. Might as well play it? I don't have much else to do tomorrow haha

http://isthesqueezesquoze.com/

 

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