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Qanaut 2 points ago +2 / -0

My plays are in GME shares and RVP tokens.

While the market crashes, I'll be swinging high on the vines.

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Qanaut 7 points ago +7 / -0

I wonder how long a Hedge Fund manager could tread water?

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Qanaut 2 points ago +2 / -0

Y'all still have money left?

I yolo'd every spare penny I had into GME and crypto.

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Qanaut 1 point ago +1 / -0

I agree that it will be hugely unpopular with the Global Cabal. The team of people behind this is what gives me hope that this will not simply be snuffed out and buried six feet under.

From their website, we've got:

Dr. David Gelernter Chief Visionary Officer A seminal figure in distributed and parallel computing and a Professor of Computer Science at Yale University –

**Rob Rosenthal Chief Executive Officer A 19 year veteran of Goldman Sachs who led design and implementation for complex trading technologies across global financial products –

Dr. Paolo Coppola Co-Founder Entrepreneur, physician, engineer, and Academy Award winning film producer, who co-founded STAT-Health Urgent Care systems –

Todd Aydelotte Co-Founder One of the nation’s leading technology marketers who has managed global campaigns for an array of premiere brands –

Gary Chan Managing Director JP Morgan - Clearing House Advisor Gary is Global Head of Operations and CEO of Digital & Platform Services at JP Morgan. Gary also serves JP as a senior blockchain advisor for initiatives such as intra-day repo settlements and CBDCs. –

As someone on the Discord chat put it; you don't assemble the avengers to get a kitten out of a tree. We can be certain of one thing with this project, these founders are serious about what they intend. They have reached that point in their life where they each could retire quietly to a tropical island and live the rest of their lives in peace and quiet. That they have decided to each stake millions of dollars on this project tells me that they are not joking around.

Also, some have voiced concerns regarding Gary Chan's dealings with JP Morgan, or Rob Rosenthal's wok with Goldman Sachs, but I see this as a positive sign. If Revolution Populi can manage to execute their vision of a decentralized social network, while also building a bridge between crypto currencies and traditional banking, they may take a lot of the heat off of them that otherwise would have been there. If RVP manages to partner with either Goldman Sachs, or JP Morgan, that will be a very big deal. One of the goals of RVP is to build a crypto clearing house, so this could be a very real possibility; one that would lend RVP great credibility in the market.

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Qanaut 4 points ago +4 / -0

At this point, there is no need for a forum regarding GME. The game is simple. Buy. Hodl. Wait for MOASS.

Its so simple, even a crayon eating Ape could do it.

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Qanaut 5 points ago +5 / -0

There are only two things you need to understand about GME.

  1. How to buy it.

  2. How to hold it.

The former is a matter of basic computer skills, while the later is the much more difficult skill of patience.

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Qanaut 6 points ago +6 / -0

When I hear what you're saying, it's not really you speaking.

So who do YOU speak for? While it is possible you are merely a manically depressed citizen suffering from financial Stockholm Syndrome, a more apt descriptor might be a paid shill spreading FUD for the Wallstreet Hedge Funds. I hear FUD spreading is a lucrative employment opportunity these days.

Until then, they're in charge, and you're a fucking fool betting against the house.

It costs me absolutely nothing to hold onto my GME. Pity the same cannot be said for the Hedge Funds holding their naked shorted positions.

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Qanaut 7 points ago +7 / -0

Correction: The entire float of GME and its associated derivatives SHOULD be belly-button lint.

The game has absolutely been rigged for the past forty plus years. Until now, the Hedge Funds have been playing a game they invented, wrote the rules for, rigged in their favor, and in such a way that the house always wins. But like a bug in a computer program, they didn't think of everything. Their pride, vanity, and self assurance blinded them to the one variable that will inevitably bring them down. They never counted on retail investors wising up and learning the rules to the game.

In 2011, following the financial crash of 2008, people knew something was wrong with the system. The result of this realization was the futile occupy wall street movement that ultimately led nowhere when people got bored of holding signs and sleeping outside.

Fast forward to 2019 and the perfect storm began to brew. COVID-19 shut down the government leading to thousands of businesses closing down, many of which went bankrupt. The Hedge Funds, seeing the perfect opportunity for some easy profits, began a crusade of naked shorting across the market on businesses they were absolutely sure would go bankrupt. Many of these businesses, like Game Stop were already on death's bed even before the pandemic. There was no way these businesses would be able to survive the pandemic when nobody could show up to buy anything, right?

WRONG. Something else happened during the pandemic that would spell doom for these same Hedge Funds. The people, stuck at home and out of work, were presented with relief checks worth thousands of dollars. Sure, many people spent these wisely on food and other necessities. But a niche group of bored gamers did not. A small group of crazy ape brained gamblers learned just enough about the market to understand what the Hedge Funds were up to and decided to spend their relief money and tax breaks on joining the game and reversing the damage these Hedge Funds did to their nostalgic company. This is a generation that already witnessed Blockbuster, and Toys R Us go bust, and had no intentions of waiting idlily by while another of their favorite companies went out of business, especially at the hands of Wallstreet.

What started as a joke became a movement. Apes Together Strong is not a simple catch phrase, it is the truth of the game that Wallstreet and the Hedge Funds designed. They never imagined in their wildest dreams that retail would have enough courage and brains (or lack thereof) to actually have any significant impact on their rigged game. The Hedge Funds thought that GME was easy money, and they were right to think so. It had worked for them for forty years, why the hell shouldn't it work this time?

Enter PRIDE. Because of the Hedge Funds pride, they did not content themselves with a risk assessed naked short position with GME. They bet the house against GME because they had no reason to believe that they would ever in any reality lose the game. They own the damn casino after all, right? Rather than merely betting half the float against GME's survival, they bet the float three or four times over upwards of 300% - 400%. This was all supposed to be over for them in December. As COVID-19 continued to wreak havoc on retail stores, the Hedge Funds were expecting their massive payday to arrive any day.

But it never came. The Ape community stood in their way. In order to win at the Hedge Fund's own game, the only thing the Ape community had to do was ensure that Game Stop did not go bankrupt. The payday that the Hedge Funds were expecting would only come under the condition that Game Stop went bankrupt, so as to cancel any outstanding naked shorted shares they would have had to pay back. For six months the Ape community poured money into Game Stop and saw its revival in real time. They have a new president, new management, no outstanding debt, and a billion dollars of capital to their name. There is even rumor that they will partner with Microsoft and enter the crypto currency market. Game Stop is now effectively a start up company with a billion dollars of capital. Short of deliberate illegal corporate sabotage, nothing can stand in the way of Game Stop's success.

The Hedge Funds, against all odds, lost at their own game. They are now hemorrhaging money as they try desperately to stay afloat. But what happens if the Hedge Funds cannot stay afloat? What happens to all of those outstanding counterfeit shares they have not payed back? They do not simply vanish when the Hedge Funds go under. THE SHORTS MUST COVER is not a meme. It is a FACT. If these short positions are not covered, it will result in the complete demoralization and loss of faith in the stock market, and not simply from investors based in the United States. This movement is now global. If the shorts are not covered, our market will forever be looked upon as too risky to invest in. It would be the of the entire game as we know it. This is where Citadel Securities, DTCC, and the Federal Reserve enter the picture. It is in their best interest to allow these Hedge Funds to go under, and allow the Apes to win their victory and take home their money. Like the owner of a casino, it is better for them to empty their coffers, change the rules, and preserve the house than for the house to forever after be empty of investors and their money.

You see, it is a house of cards. The entire market has been a paper thin illusion this entire time. All we needed was the perfect storm to arrive, a couple dozen proud and imbecilic hedge funds, and a few million bored gamers with too much money.

I don't fault you for not understanding what is at play in this situation. Few can understand it, let alone have the courage to join the fight. You are from a different generation. Your generation lost hope and decided that doing nothing was the best course of action, because after all, what can you do when the casino always wins? The answer most were looking for was to lobby congress to change the rules. What your generation never considered was the possibility that you could win their game and take the house's entire stockpile of money by simply playing their game better than they do.

You'll see in time. Until then, enjoy the show!

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Qanaut 7 points ago +7 / -0

Why would the Cabal advertise the powder keg that would blow up their river of milk and honey? GME has the potential to bring down the entire house of cards if Apes and Anons hold on to their shares for long enough.

The only stock I see the Cabal and MSM advertising is AMC. I haven't seen any news segments covering GME yet. They never even mention it.

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Qanaut 5 points ago +5 / -0

Next week = Russel 1000.

GME will be joining the likes of Apple and Tesla in the ETF offerings. Much harder to short those ETFs.

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Qanaut 2 points ago +2 / -0

The volume of shares is directly connected to the squeeze potential of a stock.

The volume of a stock is the amount that is in trade on any given day.

AMC has an average volume of 150 million shares, whereas GME has an average of 10.16 million shares. That is a difference of 1500% in volume. This is important when it comes to the Hedge Funds being able to cover their short positions. With 150 million shares in circulation, the Hedge Funds have much more headroom to work with AMC to prevent a short squeeze from happening.

The 10 million average trading volume of GME, coupled with the DDs suggesting that retail owns the float (majority of legitimate circulated shares), is indicative of a much higher squeeze potential for GME. When the shorts are forced to cover, they will have nowhere else to go but to retail investors who can set their price. This is why GME has a theoretical ceiling of infinity. There very well may be one retail investor who gets lucky and ends up selling a single share in the amount of a trillion dollars if they manage to diamond hand all the way to the peak of this mother of all short squeezes.

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Qanaut 1 point ago +2 / -1

Better hope you can cash out at the right time. I think a lot of AMC investors are going to become bag holders in the not too distant future.

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Qanaut 1 point ago +2 / -1

Ask yourself this: Why would the MSM push AMC, but not GME?

Something smells extremely foul. I believe AMC is being hyped up in order to either create bag-holders, or divert attention away from GME. In the past few weeks the MSM has been running more and more stories about the short sold stocks, but they always omit GME from the discussion. Its the elephant in the room that nobody wants to talk about. That they are willing to give so much airtime to AMC tells you all you need to know about what is about to happen.

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Qanaut -1 points ago +1 / -2

Why not call up the Federal Reserve and hire one of their bankers to be your wife's new boyfriend? You seem to enjoy being fucked over by them. Why not add cuckolding to the mix?

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Qanaut 11 points ago +13 / -2

The first lesson of Wall Street and Cryptos: Its all a casino.

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Qanaut 2 points ago +4 / -2

It helps that he was played by Christian Bale in the Big Short... literally Batman!

One of Christian's better roles I thought...

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Qanaut 2 points ago +2 / -0

I believe this is why GME has been trending negative all week. I think Gamestop was selling these 5 million shares in small batches each day so as not to completely tank the price. Notice that we stayed above 200 all week. As soon as Gamestop announces that their at the market share offer is done, I think we will see GME rip back up above 300.

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Qanaut 4 points ago +4 / -0

Do you know what it costs hedge funds every day Apes decide not to sell? Hundreds of millions of dollars.

Do you know what it costs apes to hodl? Zero.

Apes: 1

Hedge Funds: 0

We are winning this battle every day we hodl and force the hedge funds to squirm and pay their interest rates on their counterfeit positions. This is the greatest game of chicken in the history of the world. This the Cabal vs the Planet of the Apes. The Cabal thinks we are stupid. We're about to show them just how stupid our crayon eating Apedom really is. This is one battle they won't win.

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Qanaut 3 points ago +3 / -0

Youtubes - AMC Stock - The Repo & Reverse Repo Market Explained And What This Means For Us

Youtubes - AMC GME Reverse Repo NEARS 600 BILLION

r/superstonk - If you don’t know what “reverse repo” means and think there are bailouts happening prematurely, you need to go back and read the good DD crossposted below

I love modern day technology. Nearly any question you have can be answered if you know where to look.

I'm still learning about the repo, reverse repo situation myself. Hopefully the links above can enlighten y'all.

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Qanaut 3 points ago +3 / -0

To any of you see-saw investors saying "I should have bought GME/AMC" keep in mind...

On 12/15/2021, the values of both GME and AMC were:

GME: $13.85 AMC: $2.86

As of 6/24/2021, the values of both GME and AMC are:

GME: $229.44 AMC: $57

Both GME and AMC have seen a percentage increase of:

GME: 1556.61% AMC: 1893.01%

During its peak, GME's percentage increase was actually 2080% when the price was 302. Make of these numbers what you will.

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