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DesireLiberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

I don't trust the DOJ or FBI, but it would be a good sign if they go after the Hedge Fund and Bank naked shorting and PFOF thieves.

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DesireLiberty 3 points ago +3 / -0

don't give HOODwinked the account log in. Delete that crap.

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DesireLiberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

At least he is done with the blood sucker, and can go get laid.

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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

Also, the selling of shares on Computershare is easy, so no, you won't miss out on MOASS. Plus, you might have the only place that will be able to handle NFT dividends.

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DesireLiberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

Anyone with GME in Fidelity, the process to move them to Computershare is really easy. You just call fidelity, give them your account number and how many shares you want to transfer to Computershare.

It takes about 10 minutes, tops.

Also, a lot of people have been transferring shares to Fidelity from suck brokers (PFOF -- i.e. Robinhood, etc) and then moving to computershare. The suck brokers have been delaying up to weeks to go directly to computershare. Fidelity is handling it professionally, and there is some rule in place that brokers have to move shares between each other in 2 or 3 days.

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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

DSR is the way to go. Get your GME shares over to Computershare so the hedge funds don't have them to do their shenanigans.

We need to lock up the float via direct registration. Plus, when/if Game Stop offers an NFT dividend, that might be the only way to actually get it.

Computershare has been putting in place the code to handle nft dividends.

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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

The floor is the limit....

Seriously, no idea. Maybe, it will stay up, but that depends on how much is owned by manipulative hedge funds. The good thing is there is only 30 million shares. That should make it harder to tank?

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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

Hedge Funds are deep in the shorts and keep kicking the can down the road via swaps. It is getting harder for them because so many people are now direct registering their shares via Computershare.

Plus, the company itself is in great shape with cash on hand, leadership, expanded product line, expanded distribution centers, expanded customer support centers (500 person center just opened in Florida), and new product lines being hinted at (NFT marketplace).

Plus, they will be eligible for S&P 500 next quarter. They jumped into the Russell 1k this year. It is just a good stock.

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DesireLiberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

A lot of the halts are now on drops.

Compare the PHUN and DWAC charts. Serious automated trading going on to suck off as much cash as can be stolen. Hedge Funds are definitely running this game. Trump probably just doesn't want anyone hurt and for the price to be 10 or 20% up, not what is being done to it.

jmho

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DesireLiberty 3 points ago +3 / -0

Robinghood!

Just kidding. Stay away from that crap.

Fidelity is good and it is backed by the best brokerage.

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DesireLiberty 4 points ago +4 / -0

I honestly hope I am wrong and the money being raised is just all us saying FU to big tech.

I know I felt the same about Robing the Hood and it has somehow held around 40. I still think Hedge Funds are using it as some type of fake collateral to prevent margin calls, but I am a crayon eating ape, so what do I know?

Any way, be cautious. The game is afoot.

by Gotrek
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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

While I think there is a lot of effort to get GME better types to move to DWAC, I do like that it has a low stock number in the 30s?

Anyway, best of luck to you all. I support any effort to kill the tech tyrants.

I kind of wish I had a few spare thousand to buy DWAC this morning. I would be getting a lot more GME tomorrow. lol

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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

Is this because of Trump's announcement or results of the law suits he has against them, Facebook and Google?

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DesireLiberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

Imagine all those envelopes floating around the mail system. The Game Stop "power to the players" is big, bold and obvious.

I wonder if any postal workers are fomo'ing in because of it. lol

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DesireLiberty 3 points ago +3 / -0

Why all these Ebola posts on the the stock forum?

Seems like forum sliding.

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DesireLiberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

Not sure why you posted this in a stocks forum, but he got what he deserved.

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DesireLiberty 2 points ago +2 / -0

What Broker?

Here is the definitive guide to direct register your shares.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Superstonk/comments/pmsq3u/transferring_shares_to_computershare_a_stepbystep/

Of course, it is for GME, but you can do AMC the same way.

also, for maximum pain on PFOF brokers, it is being suggested to transfer shares to Fidelity and then DRS from Fidelity which takes about 2 days.

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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

Or, the CDC, OSHA and xiden comes out and announces that the mandates are no longer needed and we have effectively reached herd immunity.

Also, Fauci is arrested and charged with helping to create via gain of function, the CCP virus.

Suddenly, the economy takes off. I hate shorting. The idea of infinite loss is terrifying. Betting on companies losing value should be done away with.

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DesireLiberty 5 points ago +5 / -0

Game Stop has been assaulted with every good news release this year. (New Board, big time hires from Amazon and Chewy, new distribution centers, new call centers, beating earning, etc.) When companies prices normally go up on good news, GME goes down. It has become a meme in itself and the "apes" expect it. Dark pool and some crazy behind the scenes price manipulation keeps the price from getting to the point that might start triggering margin calls and FOMO. What is good news gets twisted by yahoo, msnbc, mot fool and others. It is beyond suspect.

Even if there isn't another squeeze or a "real squeeze", the actions that GME leadership is taking (getting out of debt, closing under performing stores, opening new stores, changing international naming from names like EBGames to GameStop, acquiring 2 billion in operating capital, redesigning online business, exploring egaming centers and egaming, adding product lines) and also the incredible loyalty of stock holders who are buying and HODLing through this saga, guarantees that Game Stop will be a great stock value in the future.

The number of outstanding shares vs. what many companies who have much higher stock prices but are providing services that Game Stop is slicing into is a clear indication that the price will go up. Where to? 400, 600, or closer to Amazon pricing? Time will tell.

Power to the Playas!

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DesireLiberty 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have made a few transfers through two brokers and some direct purchasing via Computershare.com

Each broker and your direct purchase gets its own account number. My first account was way down in the 50,000s range when I created it 2 months ago. My last one was in the 500,000 range!!! People are flooding their shares into direct stock registering!

I saw this morning that an ape got a 570k account. Yesterday, the much coveted 420,690 account owner posted his account screen shot with the account number. (generally discouraged, but this was such an monumental account, he felt he needed to do it). That cert should get an NFT. lol

Anyway, if you sign up to direct purchase a share, you can get fractionals with as little as 25 bucks. CS doesn't charge for transfers. The nice thing about having some of your shares DSR is that we know we will get dividends, even if they are NFTs. I am not so sure about my other broker (DTS) held stonks.

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