I have access to several leftist shitcords. give me a decent commie meme and I will post it.
If only I'd bothered to save any commie memes. I have to admit that I'm not good at raiding, but I'm on leftypol right now pushing the wealth redistribution angle with innocuous posts. It's even easier when you mention that if the government isn't going to bail out their student debt and provide covid relief, then they should take the money out of the corporate pocket themselves.
Tell them this is not Santa Claus
>>299871>if only I'd bothered to save any commie memes
there aren't any, besides the term memes of production
Make one, you aren't a commie so you should be able to solve this.
You don't think they'd find it suspicious that a "fellow leftist" made a decent meme? Personally I'm making decent headway just by parroting their typical talking points.
>>299875>you dont think its suspicious
My aim is not to deceive but to give them this impression
you brought this idea forth, I am willing to help spread it. so make your idea spreadable
Come on, it's 3 am, all I really wanted to do was post a few innocuous shitposts, you don't need meme images to do that. If you don't want to join in without postable memes, that's fine.
>>299877>All I really wanted to do was nothing
then you don't have my sword. if you want t sleep then sleep. if you wake up and decide to work on it tomorrow, thats fine, if you don't work on it at all, thats also your choice. I am too busy to do all your work for you. I offered what I could.
I am ignorant of this sort of thing. Why is it bad that stocks are going up to ludicrous extremes? Sounds like prime time to sell to me.
Go to /biz/ for the full explanation, but a hedge fund shorted Gamestop stock over 130% of the available stock. The thing is, they need to close out their positions on Friday/Monday. And they absolutely MUST buy, it’s federal regulations.
So if you own GME stock, the hedge funds that shorted GME must buy. There is no upper limit to the stock price; in theory, if everyone holds and doesn’t sell, the price could go to infinity. The hedge funds are backed by banks, if the hedge goes under the bank has to pick up the slack and buy the stocks. And the one hedge fund is just one of many hedge funds that shorted GME. A bunch of hedges, all backed by big banks, are getting their asses turned inside out.
This could end up with Jewish tricks fucking it up for /biz/ and reddit. Or it could be the start of the 2021 financial crisis, who the fuck knows anymore. All you need to know is stocks go up till Friday at least.
what does this mean for people who live on their money in the stock exchange?
I just want to protect my friends and family who are doing this, this is really is their only option for money.
My father does that and he invests primarily in gold/silver mines or foreign firms, do your research and it's safer.
Now that AMC has fucking money where the Fuck is my new Ghost busters with Bill fucking Murray https://youtu.be/ahZFCF--uRYalso
happy Holocaust appreciation day
A normie friendly explanation about how it works.
>>299879>All I really wanted to do was nothing
Fucking nigger, I was shilling stock trading to leftypol as a form of wealth redistribution before bed, you're the lazy nigger who won't do anything without being spoonfed memes.>>299881
A bunch of hedgefunds agreed to short gamestop stock with the agreement that they would contractually buy it back later, they banked on it being cheaper, so they'd make a profit. But the goyim got wind of it and decided to start inflating the share price, then everyone else started getting in on it and now the hedgefunds are legally required to buy back the shares, no matter how expensive they are, and they're really fucking expensive. The hedgefunds are out somewhere in the ballpark of 90 billion dollars of boomer retirement money if the prices don't drop before friday.
The higher we can get the prices, the more money jews are out by, or more specifically, boomers. The best part is that there's absolutely nothing they can legally do, because what people are doing now is pretty much the same thing they do on a daily basis. They just banked on the fact that most people never bother with stock trading, but now market movements can be crowdsourced whenever we want.
>>299868>My proposition is this, we meme the left wing into getting in on this by suggesting that this counts as wealth redistribution, which it does.
This should be easier than we might think. I overheard my normie liberal coworkers talking about this today and they were laughing about how these guys are sticking it to banks and hedge funds. If you need to talk a normie into helping with an operation like this, just take whatever argument you'd normally make and replace the word "jews" with "banks," "billionaires," "1%," anything like that really.
Yet again like clock work, they made their own enemy. I do enjoy schadenfreude.
Interesting though any way this could back fire?
Sounds like a fun time any way i can help?
You're one lazy coon. If you want some bunkerchan tier memes, you can pull them from here:>https://lefty.booru.org/
pic related. it's the newest image on there
Holy shit the White House already got involved?
Can we have Hasbro collapse before they roll out G5? Seriously. Kill ponylife and all that other crap off and when Hasbro goes bankrupt and starts selling off their assets, we can swoop in and buy the rights to MLP.
I wish I were joking but after seeing this shit, I am not joking. Seriously, buy out MLP.
Hasbro isn't a hedge fund but this might cause another 2008 tier financial crisis.
So I hope I got this right. Game stop is worth only say, $1000 but like dumbasses have open stock where people buy into their stock so now they have on paper that their worth is $2300(130% more) but since their actual worth is only $1000 they don't have enough to pay off all the once that "bought" into it? So who has to end up footing the bill to pay the investors are big banks shelling out thousands to all these people? And because there is NO CAP on how high the stocks can go, they have to keep shelling out more money?
And the icing on the cake is, that because we are a nation of paper IOU's and not backed by silver or gold, if they were to just Print off money to pay off this new surge of investors, it will just collapse the economy buy creating a hyper inflation crisis?
Did I get any of this or missed it entirely?
For once is leftypol our allie in this? Dont we have a share goal here?
For what It appears, they seem on the fence with other Anons trying to persuade them that this is just wealth redistribution. If they buy that or not, only time will tell.
Pretty much, the left was only dangerous because they were backed by the establishment, Uncle Joe didn't gave them control of the minecraft server, it pissed them all up and now they are actually damaging the establishment, so...i guess we're cool for now.
Dont know why they would not join us for this. Sure we hate each other but we share a comond goal this time. Better to team up and do the most with this no?
I should have said the left in general, not leftypol, sorry
Where do those guys usually hang out? Maybe i can try to convince them.
There is a large amount of soybois typing "commie revolution going stronk n' shiet" so a significant portion of the "alt-left" are in on this, but leftypol seem to be taking a while to decide.
The establishment is more powerful than any of the factions left angered by the election, an alliance is necessary if anyone wants to actually get a shot, lurk moar about occupy wallstreet.
>>300044>Game stop is worth only say, $1000 but like dumbasses have open stock where people buy into their stock so now they have on paper that their worth is $2300(130% more) but since their actual worth is only $1000 they don't have enough to pay off all the once that "bought" into it?
You're incorrect on this part. To explain how shorting works, it's like you borrowing a movie from a friend. After he allows you to borrow it, you then sell the movie for $20. Later, your friend wants the movie back, so you buy it for $10 and give it to him having made a $10 profit. Shorting is this like, where an agreement is made to lease someone's stock in a company for a certain amount of time, and verify if the price really is as high as it should be. Money is made when the stock goes down, but money is lost when the stock goes up (Like having to pay $30 to buy your friends movie back, having resulted in you
losing $10). With the GameStop situation, they sold over 100% of the shares, which is illegal only
if you cannot pay it back (If I understood things correctly on this last part).
Now, what makes the GameStock situation so unique is that practically the ENTIRETY
of Wall Street invested all their money into shorting GameStop's stock (Specifically Melvin Capital which is literally the market leader in shorts and hedge funds), some Ledditors just happened to notice the short, and bought everything hoping for a good laugh. Now, things have escalated to the point that several U.S. politicians are getting involved because Wall Street has pulled every illegal tactic they can to prevent themselves from going to jail or bankruptcy, having lost billions, if they cannot get the stock to lower by tomorrow (Friday) afternoon. And, this situation has extended to where AMC Theaters and Nokia are now a part of the game, and being blocked as well from being traded.
>>299933>Organize trading is a weapon to fight the economic elite
We're about to see the government criminalize public investment discussions.
I would not put it past them to add laws making it illegal for individuals, not certified in some form to be determined, to buy stocks. Or for that matter make it illegal for individuals to talk about stocks online but I feel it will be harder for them to find a wording for that law.
>>300067>Financial Internal Terrorism bill of 2021
DO YOU HAVE A LIOCENCE FOH THAOT TRADE?
They're already banning election related speech because it "influences".
Anyway we can help pull all these fuckers down? What do you need to do to be part of this?
Is it to late to join in on this? would buying now be profitable? Does anyone know the date they have to buy it back by?
It's unwise right now, you could very easily get screwed. The stock is at like $160 a share right now, so it would have to go up a lot from there for you to make any kind of a profit, and they could still pull some last minute kikery. They have to buy it back by tomorrow I believe. Start lurking /biz/ though, I wouldn't be surprised if this kind of thing starts happening regularly. Also, start putting money into crypto since it will probably keep going up as the dollar loses value.
>>300080>would buying now be profitable?
It is not about profit, but to hurt the fuckers in their soft spot, the wallet.
By transferring money from Wall Street to Main Street, people are doing God's will.
I love you crazy bastards.
>Great question from Nandita Bose of Reuters to Psaki if Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen would recuse herself from discussions about #RobinHood seeing has how she's given paid speeches to the hedge fund Citadel. Psaki dodges b/c Yellen is "one of the world renowned experts on marketshttps://twitter.com/CurtisHouck/status/1354882669876801539
It is a closed rigged circle of influences. Not justice nor fairness will come from them.
Also can someone please make a JUST edit with the guy on the lower right. Its just too perfect for that.
>>300082>Also, start putting money into crypto since it will probably keep going up as the dollar loses value.
NEVER INVEST WHAT YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO LOSE
Sorry anon, the machine with the graphic tools is busy; perhaps later.
>>300065>tfw GameStop stock becomes the new currency
Hunh, what a weird timeline.
A commentary on the rotten swamp around the stocks market.>DeceptiCon Maneuvers, Don’t Forget Who Owns The New York Stock Exchange>With the elite financial class being increasingly exposed over the past 72 hours; and with the collusion between Big Tech and Wall Street in the public spotlight; and knowing the elite Washington DC establishment is a part of that entire corrupt system; and with millions of Americans more able to accept the scale of the issues; perhaps this is a moment to remind ourselves how the BIG CLUB works to deceive under false pretense.https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2021/01/28/decepticon-maneuvers-dont-forget-who-owns-the-new-york-stock-exchange/
>Billionaire Leon Cooper Cooperman CRIES on CNBC because hard working normal people made money buying GameStop (GME) and liquidating Hedge Funds.
I may have to read over this a few times.
So if the price of the stock plumits, that means that you sell it back to your lender at a cheaper price, keeping part of what you bought it for? $20 buy, sell it back for $10 and keep $10? But if it goes up, as it is now with everyone buying, that means that you gain nothing, but they must pay out everything? Buy for $20 and they have to pay $20 to get it back but you own nothing? So what happens though when it goes to $50? I mean you don't have to lose $30 do you? Who makes the difference? From what I infer from another, it sounds they have to foot over the whole bill to buy back if I am right on that.
But after all this shit, do you see this changing? Also how do you sell over 100%? That is like selling something you don't even have nor own. Like an IOU, and that sounds very illegal. Like promising someone a new Yacht that people buy but since you don't have it, they are only buying a promise. Kinda stupid.
Also this is both funny and sad, I like my entertainment XD , or did back then, but Steam is where I buy games these days. Funny too that I worked for AMC for a while, it was a shit job but eh, I had fun with it. I got the job because I got to watch the MLP movie for free and swiped the posters for it latter. So despite it being a shitty job, I am still a bit fond of it.
In the world today, where there is no freedom of speech, press, assembly, or religion (here in the USA) and there are laws such as Hate Speech and every thing else. Do you thing the Elites of the world really, really enjoy being mocked? Ridiculed? and made fun of when they lose billions of dollars to the filthy, loathsome, degenerate, plebeians who are the average populace?
In otherwords, be prepared to see them dismiss the companies for having to even pay out and making it illegal for individuals and average people from participating. And watch the average joe just shrug despite losing more rights to Tryrant dictators.
The hedge funds have to buy back the shares no matter what they cost, this means that not only do they lose what they originally bought the shares for, they have to pay extra on top of that for the inflated price. The volume and cost mean they have to declare bankruptcy, liquidate all their assets, and the banks involved will be required to pay off the rest of the debt as a result of legislation put in place after the 08 crisis. Long story short, it's ultimately a wealth transfer from the banking jew back to the lower classes.
The thing about this that pisses them off is that it's a system vulnerability absolutely no one saw coming. They do this themselves all the time, of course, but they never expected the masses would try the same, not in numbers like this. You should absolutely expect a push for legislation to lock the majority out of the market, or at the very least a taxation plan to make back the money lost at the government's gunpoint.
Isn't it possible for Gamestop to dilute their stock 2x and sell exclusively to Melvin Capital and its copycats? And what about the fed bailing out the banks by issuing infinite credit?
>>300116>Taxation with out representation
We already fought one war because of this fact. I am sure we will be fighting another but for sure, the Jew doesn't like to be criticized and can't allow this to continue with out "Thing of the Six Million Je..., Erm Six Billion Dollars" . Because the Jew (((Honoring))) their obligations to pay the people back? Hah ha ha ha ha, yeah right. They will divide us even further. Though I wonder, AOC up there really hates the Jews, and is full Communist, can she be the spokes child to preventing legislation because >>300117
of what this guy said?
At these numbers, no measures are going to save the hedge funds from going bankrupt, and the hedge funds have to buy back the stocks anyway. They're required to by federal law. They've done everything they can to stop people from buying new stock, which is in itself market manipulation and therefore illegal, but it's far too late and people are already getting around it by buying stock through foreign apps. It happened way too fast for them to do anything about it and the system is too expansive for even them to control.
The feds will bail out the banks, they have to, but that's all on Biden, it's all on the US, and they can't keep doing it and expect a stable economy, because they can't stop the majority from doing this again and again for the rest of time.
The system just fucking broke in front of our eyes. If they don't get people to go back to sleep and ignore the stock market, the entire global financial system will inevitably become defunct as pumping stock prices becomes the trendy thing to do. A system built on usury and fiat currency can't sustain this level of interest in the stock market.
People realised that money isn't real.
So all and all, is it too late to get on this and by doing so, is there anything that we would gain from it? Can we profit from it? Shit, I'll put in $1000 if I can profit from it.
You might not even have to fight a war if you can literally just shitpost people into inflating stock prices ad infinitum. The internet and consumer mentality both work against them here with no real way to counter it beyond going full authoritarian and having a state controlled economy. For the left wingers, it's about the rich clinging to their wealth and monopoly over the market, for the right wingers, it's about the free market turning out to be not-so-free after all. There's an argument to be made against what's been happening for every part of the political spectrum, since all corners of the spectrum hate the same group of people, even if they call them by different names.>>300121
Not as much as you could have if you'd gotten on early, yesterday was the last opportunity to make anything substantial out of it, as now the shares are too pricey to buy much of. Some people bought shares at ~$20 a pop before the value went up 1,700%. A thousand bucks will get you something like two shares right now. I'm kicking myself for not taking the risk, I could have easily dumped a few grand into them when they were cheap and fucking retired off the profit.
This, and a tax revolt are the last peaceful methods that we have left. After that, it's violence.
id buy a silver spoon, would you?
seems like some fags don't understand what is actually happening.
watch it from minute 2 to minute 7 to learn the basicshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwb9JR8bM8s
I hate stock market stuff but this video helped me to understand how it works in just 5 mins.
The real question is why haven't people done it before....
>>300135>The real question is why haven't people done it before....
Lack of organization to gather numbers, lack of collective motivation to fuck the undesirables, and lack of a juicy target.
Normalisation of the internet has only really happened over the last ten years, along with the fact that the majority of people don't have the smarts or the patience to understand the stock market, and those who do tend to keep the tricks of the trade to themselves. Viral marketing of share purchasing was a completely accidental discovery.
I honestly don't even know how to buy stock, or trade, or what ever it is called. Because of this whole fiasco, I just came to be aware that most of these "bets" (let's face it, stocks is really just legalized gambling) were made on some APP called Robinhood, and app, like what, something I can download via google play? But these apps have locked out any more investors and even hidden the stock so others can't bid on it. I don't think that is legal, but is what is going on. But damn if I didn't want a bit of extra pocket change with the stocks skyrocketing from $20 dollors.
I know they hit GameStop, someone pointed to AMC but then another Nokia, so, how many of these hedges are there? How many did the brokers/bankers already try to hide and lock out people?
I hate to point to Reddit but r/WallStreetBets is on top of the info (they're more like /biz/ than plebbit anyway). I use TD Ameritrade because it's directly tied to my bank account, but I found out about this only yesterday because I'm invested largely in gold and silver (EXK's made some big moves).>I know they hit GameStop, someone pointed to AMC but then another Nokia, so, how many of these hedges are there? How many did the brokers/bankers already try to hide and lock out people?
I don't know, but looking at Stockcharts.com Nokia's been pushed back practically to its pre-WSB level. They've tried to do the same thing to AMC and GME but they've bounced back. Apparently Robinhood has reopened trading and you can buy GME on TD Ameritrade (just not on margin, which is where you borrow money to buy stock); I've no idea why except maybe they realized stopping trading is completely illegal. Keep in mind that this is completely erratic behavior from a normal trading perspective where investors are largely anonymous and inscrutable. Supposedly the big hedge funds must buy the stock back today so who knows.
As the other anon said,>Money is made when the stock goes down, but money is lost when the stock goes up (Like having to pay $30 to buy your friends movie back, having resulted in you losing $10).
So is all them anons losing dough? Still funny as shit. And I have a business account with TD though didn't know they did stocks. It would be a bit odd if I used my business to trade stocks though. And I know that TD tried to shut down people from buying because of all this stuff. So at what time is the closing bell since everyone said this shit will come to a close today on Friday.
>>300122>I'm kicking myself for not taking the risk, I could have easily dumped a few grand into them when they were cheap and fucking retired off the profit.
You can't think about it like that. You'll go crazy.
I personally need to get on the ball with more investing. I've got some money that's just sitting around and not doing anything except lose value due to inflation. However I've just been too damned stressed out recently. I bought a home recently and I've been racing around getting my life sorted out. Nine times out of ten, by the time that you hear about these things in social media then you've already missed the boat and trying to jump onto the bandwagon late leaves you holding the bags.
How are things going now?
Seems like the kike are crying and begging for people to sell and telling the goys they won.
>>300159>How are things going now?
lol it closed at $325, they would have been fucked at $48. They're jumping out of windows as we speak.
Kek look at the shills in the comment section. Trying to scare people into selling and saying ""Its over"".
I just wish i could participate but i know nothing about these type of things.
My advice? Lurk /biz/ for awhile, and when you have a feel for the rhythm of the place and which threads are legit, start doing whatever they tell you.
Any tips for locating real threads?
Don't bother with Cuckchan. Just browse the /biz/ thread on Prolikewoah.
A lot of doompostingon biz and pol on how ""This wont do anything"" and ""you are all idiots being played ect"" How much of that is true?
Some are probably shills, the rest are just annoyed that they didn't get in when they could have. You'll see a lot of that on just about anything that takes off. The thing to remember is that no investment is a sure thing; you're gambling either way. Don't risk money you can't afford to lose. If you're savvy about it though you can put extra money into things that grow steadily and in the long run you'll probably do okay. The main thing is to not panic when you lose in the short term or to get too emotionally caught up in any of it one way or the other, treat it like a game. If you're nervous about jumping in on anything that seems risky you can start by going in on something relatively safe. Precious metals are generally always safe and contrary to what you might here Bitcoin is actually a pretty safe investment these days. If you can, try to buy in when it's relatively low. It goes up and down but if you look at it over time it moves consistently upward so it's a good place to park money if you're not planning on touching it for awhile.
PRQ is one that a friend of mine is convinced is going to go way up in the long term. I got in at around $0.20 and it's at about $1.19 now so I've done pretty well on it. It's kind of stalled out around there but he thinks it will still go up big picture wise so that would be one to consider. Pax Gold is another good one; it's tied to gold and you actually own the gold if you own the tokens, so it's a good way to buy gold without the trouble of physically storing it somewhere.
There's a meme going on with Dogecoin right now that I'm not sure about, I've been sitting that one out because I suspect it's probably a pump and dump meme that you'd only make money with if you jumped in early. But if you're feeling adventurous it might be worth a gamble of a couple hundred.
I'm pretty new to all of this as well so don't take my advice as gospel, but I had some extra savings that was just losing value sitting in the bank that I decided to play with a little, and I've made some money with it over the last couple of months experimenting with crypto.
simply hodl your stock. They keep crying. I love when they cry
It seems "You're doing it wrong" posts are only legitimate when they offer better alternatives in the posts or offer up good arguments why ____ can't work and will backfire.
The ones just crying "Stop, stop!" for the sake of it are undoubtedly shills.
That TMK guy is trying to make people doupt this. Wonder if hes actually legit or just a well spoken jew.>>300174
I’ve been watching Cramer for years and I’ve never seen him get this frantic.>Ha ha, g-good one guys! You sure got those investors good! B-but the joke’s over, you can sell it all back now
So the rich bastards who "borrowed" and sold those stocks are fucked if people hold on to those stocks which can only increase in value over time, right?
I wish this happened while Trump was still in power. If he was secretly some scheming guy trying to balance being on our side and keeping the Jews happy he would have shat on the banks for this blatantly illegal bullshit. Or shat on us and served the banks, definitively proven he was always a fraud, pissing off the Trumpfags and upgrading them into nazis.
One thing that is concerning me is that I've seen a LOT of posts on 4pol along the lines of
>BUY BUY BUY, don't sell. Stick it to the hedgefunds. Forget $1000 a share. We're going all the way. Never sell. Buy and hold forever. Their tricks to weasel out of this won't work if you just never sell.
Which strikes me as monumental retardation. One of the first rules of smart investing is to have an exit strategy. By just following the herd mentality and buying in because you were told to, you're basically just a useful idiot that's helping facilitate someone else's exit strategy. So who exactly is benefiting by encouraging people to buy and never sell? It's not the recipients of the advice since you don't make a cent of profit until you ultimately sell.
I have seen some speculation that this might be an elaborate power play by the institutional investors. The speculation arose from the idea that the common man retail investors don't have enough capital to put a serious squeeze on the big player institutional investors. So the idea is that another big player is on the same side as the retail investors as part of the pump. If you assume that the big investment firms are incestuous and working together to play the market, then they might be making a play where all of the big players make it out while the goyim are left holding bags. Where some of the big players benefit greatly from the upswing of the stock, and the short selling side of players kicks their expenses down the road or gets bailed out with other people's money thanks to jewish tricks. The media hypes the event up as the new shoah and begs for new regulations. New regulations get drawn up to the benefit of the big players. The long players quietly get out as the stock hits its peak, while the shorts short again as THE GREAT RESET kicks the average Joe in the nuts and forces his hand to sell to help keep food on the table.
I'm not sure how likely that scenario is, but it sounds jewish enough for me to believe that it's possible.
>>300162>Trying to scare people into selling and saying ""Its over""
You're right, it's 100% shilling
It's not over at all, this is just the beginning.
Are you sure? Do you have enough /biz/ experience to know whats really going on? People keep saying this is overhyped and wont do shit to the big boys.
>>300188>So who exactly is benefiting by encouraging people to buy and never sell?
Honest answer, no one, but it fucks over the right people. By people holding onto their stock and refusing to sell, what they're essentially doing is instigating a stock market crash. If they do end up selling their stock, then things continue down the path things were going.> The speculation arose from the idea that the common man retail investors don't have enough capital to put a serious squeeze on the big player institutional investors.
If this was a normal situation, you'd be right. However this is a completely abnormal situation as the entirety
Wall Street had bet everything
on their short working. Also, as if it hasn't been made clear yet, people are pointing out that you're not retaining your stock in GameStop in hopes of making a profit. If you're looking for that, you should pull out already. The reason people are telling everyone to hold onto their stock is because it fucks over the brokerage firms (And their beneficiaries) that caused the illegal chaos over the past week.
Do you think Biden's going to bail out Wall Street with printed money?
4pol’s advice doesn’t literally mean “never ever sell until the end of time”, or at least it shouldn’t. At some point (maybe today? someone correct me if I’m wrong), the hedge funds are legally required to buy back their positions, just like how borrowing something means you have to return it eventually. That’s the entire point of short selling; it’s the same principle as buying and selling to make a profit, you’re just doing it in the reverse order. The people who bought shares to inflate the price only have to hold their shares until this required buyback happens, then they can do whatever they want.
I’m definitely not one to say “big tech/the government/etc is abusing its power, that means they must be scared!” but CNBC is by far the calmest and least (vocally) biased of all the MSM outlets; when they’re terrified like they are now, it shows.https://youtu.be/O2wFRevbwmw
You can hear the panic in his voice.
But there's a small chance that this all may be for naught, because of kike financial tricks.
I'm of the thought that this is a good try even if if fails because of the inevitable consequences any way it plays out.
When someone is telling you to sell now and buy other shit, they're full blown shills.
HOLD till it gets higher or you see someone you don't like go bankrupt, then dump and invest into other over-shorted things and inflationary safe assets.
but I'm a nobody and you should never take my word as advice>>300188
No, I think as Elizabeathian Warden Pocahontas wants to do, she is demanding for a heavily regulated economy. Is it beginning to sound a bit, what's the word, Fascist?
Rest assured, the Jews and the Aristocrats hate it when they are made out to be fools, and they can't allow for it. They will crack down hard on it if not outright rendering all be bets invalid because "it was a coorinated attack on our domocracy and economy" and "This is just another form of Domestic terrorism and we must sign an executive order deeming all these bets invalid. " That would be the easiest thing they could do and then they will crack down with regulations baring any simpleton like us from ever participating in wall street again. Kinda like having to have a Class III for a lot of guns that are our rights to begin with, there be a lot of red tape and the people of this nation would just roll over and submit like a bitch in heat.
Because lets face it, this shit is funny but do you think the people are going to ensure that the other side plays fair and stand up when they start cracking down... This is sabotage at it's finest and I love it. I want it to continue and wonder what other things we can fuck with them on. The only thing that I don't like is that you damn well know it that they Left is going to retaliate and it won't be pretty.
Think about this
what happens when you turn of a game? It resets. Creepy signaling perhaps?
I think it's best to be prepared, Even if the best case scenario occurs, Which to be honest is probably not the case majority of the time it still is good to plan for a potential negative outcome, Remain skeptical and you'll never be surprised likewise Naivete leads to death. Preparation is key. I'm still planning an escape for the worst scenario which is probably the most likely scenario.
Congrats on the dubs and trips combo.
>>300218>Ratings and reviews meant to manipulate an app's average rating or top reviews violate google's policies
Isn't that the entire point of a review?
Absolutely. This easily could've happened the other way around, people could've bought in only for a bunch of high-bank shitheads to pull out and fuck over the common man.>>300233
the technical purpose of it is to get short feedback from users about the quality and flaws of an application, but these days it's no better than a glorified upvote/like system.>>300222
They've been creepy signalling for years, the truth is they don't know what they're doing so they stuff their actions with "conincidence" to make it look like they did it on purpose.
They're afraid and angry, but we are learning how to terrify them.
They did it for tlou2, of course they'll do it here
The feds are considering rolling back trading to undo the losses.
There hasn't been single article published that states anything even remotely
close to that. If there is, however, then post your source.
This is not going to end well for them if they do. The first Occupy Wall Street will look like a Cub Scout cookie sale in comparison to the fallout people will cause in reaction.
There is NOTHING
in the article saying that they're going to "unwind" the past week.
What surprises me the most in all this is that it came from Reddit. Not /pol/, not /biz/, not /v/, not even old /b/ trying to make a comeback, but fucking Reddit. For once, are they (or at least this particular subreddit), dare I say it, /ourguys/?
I've gathered that as far as subreddits go they are one of the ones that are more influenced by 4chan culture, to the point that the subreddit mentions 4chan in their description. I saw some faggot on Twitter bitching about how they were "toxic" when they went there, which is a good sign.
No, their current actions happen to be beneficial and align with our interests, but believing them to be suddenly "based" now is the mistake /pol/ made during Trump's 2016 campaign. Aligning on one issue for different reasons does not mean they align with us on all, or even most issues. It would be stupid to make the mistake of being more open with them purely on the basis of common cause, again, we all know what happened to /pol/.
>>300272>but believing them to be suddenly "based" now is the mistake /pol/ made during Trump's 2016 campaign
Not a mistake. Have you seen what biden has done in a week and a half? On the plus side, people are getting redpills shoved up their ass.
Let's not forget why this site exists, it wasn't just shills, but redditors in general that turned /pol/ to shit.
easy kick in the dick from us (well not us in particular) to biden. Same thing with currency. Bad news drives out good.
They could be useful. But are they redpilled on the JQ? We can work together but we are not the same.
Bunkerchan is truly the biggest shithole on the surface web. Not because of their content, but because of their sheer stupidity.
This. Redditfags are some of the last people we want here, doesn't matter what part they come from.
THE THEORY OF COUNTERFEIT SHARES>The real reason Wall Street is terrified of the GME situation>Here is my hypothesis: I think the hedge funds, clearing houses, and DTC executed a coordinated effort to put Game Stop out of business by conspiring to create a gargantuan number of counterfeit shares of GME, possibly 100-200% or more of the shares originally issued by Game Stop. In the process, they may have accidentally created a bomb that could blow up the entire system as we know it and we're seeing their efforts to cover this up unfold now. What is that bomb? I believe retail investors may hold more than 100% of GME (not just 100% of the float, more than 100% of the actual company). This would be definitive proof of illegal activity at the highest levels of the financial system.>This completely explains why so many levels of the financial system seem to be actively trying to get in the way of retail investors purchasing more GME. It's not just about a short squeeze, it's about their firms' very existence and their own personal freedom. We have the opportunity to put all these people in jail by proving that we own more than 100% of shares in existence.https://www.reddit.com/r/wallstreetbets/comments/l97ykd/the_real_reason_wall_street_is_terrified_of_the/
A Leddit post... shame on me. Sorry.
The original speech here:>Father Charles Edward Coughlin>Drive The Money-Changers From The Templehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aLeWOJp0yU
should note that, that is full of conspiracy theory elements by itself
If what is said that the "shorting" is for way more than 100%, then the conspiracy isn't any longer a theory, but a fact.
it becomes non theory after actual facts supporting it are found and not speculations on level "it could be like this"... It basically uses naked short selling which is real thing to try make "extra stock" also true, but naked short selling doesn't mean that there is now magically extra stock, it just means people are retards and regulations mean jackshit.
>>300395>but naked short selling doesn't mean that there is now magically extra stock
Correct. But I would like to mention that wholesale traders play with shares in a totally opaque way and answering almost to no one. Then would you trust the quantities claimed by the (((money-changers)))?
>>300396>Correct. But I would like to mention that wholesale traders play with shares in a totally opaque way and answering almost to no one. Then would you trust the quantities claimed by the (((money-changers)))?
Who/what i trust doesn't give any more validity to claim. And in my opinion whole stock market is retarded concept from get go and anyone working related to it is useless idiot.
>>300396>But I would like to mention that wholesale traders play with shares in a totally opaque way and answering almost to no one.<What is the SEC: https://infogalactic.com/info/U.S._Securities_and_Exchange_Commission
The problem is that, unlike other business regulators and regulations, majority of people don't know jack shit about investing and the stock market, how it works, what terminologies are used, what business practices are taken and acted upon, etc. The easiest example to show this is how the average retard thinks that their house and vehicle are a "real investment" or an "asset" . They're not.
investment makes you money (Or causes you to lose money) when (And ONLY
when) you finally sell it. Meanwhile, a real
asset makes YOU
money without any input. And, where this leaves your house and vehicles is that they are considered liabilities
, because they actively take money out of your pocket in order without any real return on it.
If you're taking someone's word as their entire thing being some "Grand scheme" just remember that, literally a week ago, all anyone ever knew about "shorts" was that it was a clothing line made for midgets. Now, after everyone having received the same
abridged crash course on the stock market, you honestly expect those same idiots to then "stumble upon" a larger scheme when they don't even know how the system works?
Also, there is NO
"conspiracy" to put GameStop out of business. Everything that has lead to the business' current financial situation is of their own damn fault. And, it's been expected for years for the company to go by the wayside because they are struggling to adapt to the current world. Anyone purposely bankrupting the company would be more of a mercy killing than anything ever close to malicious intent. If you actually used the store, or knew the first thing about video games, you'd know
that.That's what makes this entire situation completely ironic and even more hilarious.
>>300404>Depressed Incels>should focus more on forming “romantic relationships.”<Women require money<Getting involved in the stock market can earn you loads on (legally) un-taxxed dollars
They make it sound like the issues are mutually exclusive.
>>300403>you honestly expect those same idiots to then "stumble upon" a larger scheme when they don't even know how the system works?
I'm seeing it in real time, the kikes launched their silver bait to deflect stock investors. The less new comers with money participate, the faster the shares' price will go down.
>>300409>the kikes launched their silver bait to deflect stock investors
By the way, for everyponer information.
I understand that when dealing with precious metals, the brokers give the buyer not the physical metal, but a paper "certificate". Which is the same of to exchange real money for the ILLUSION of to possess the real metal. You've been warned.
But if you insist, I suggest to buy the real McCoy like Krugerrands (South African coins), they are universally known and are the same than cash.
>>300412>But if you insist, I suggest to buy the real McCoyALWAYS
buy the real thing in keep it in a place only you know about. In fact, there's been stories floating around for the past few years of gold reserves and safety deposit boxes having the contents within them (((mysteriously))) disappearing.
Yet again countering threats to their assets with social issues they made up and putting the blame on the little guy. Maybe if they didn't encourage every girl to start an onlyfans the second they turned of legal age.
>>300409>the kikes launched their silver bait to deflect stock investors>#SILVER bait
And here the confirmation of kiked dirty tricks:>Gamestop Rebellion Ignites MEDIA PANIC, NYT Calls For Biden Reality Czar, Marc Cuban Says HOLDhttps://www.bitchute.com/video/t1NFYw85tsc/
I attached a clip with the relevant part.
Nick Fuentes The Populist Uprising Against Wall Street is a Diversion.
It's a deception to cause panic and force the newfaggots to sell.
What a coincidence it is that with such a low price no peasant is allowed to buy, but it is welcomed to sell.
What is the short percentage at now?
I believe 150% last I checked.
/biz/ is absolutely useless in this kind of situation. The focus on crypto and pumping and dumping, that mindset doesn't work with stonks.
>SEC To Crawl Through Social Media, Hunting For Gamestop Manipulation Fraudhttps://www.zerohedge.com/markets/sec-crawl-through-social-media-hunting-gamestop-manipulation-fraud
Isn't this called intimidation and interference?
>Gamestop = Game Over? >what goes up abruptly, comes down just as abruptly.https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/world-news/conspiracy/gamestop-game-over/
I think that this is pure shilling to convince the faggots to give up and sell.
The author at no time says that the price is going down because retail buyers are cockblocked, also he omits the fact that in like two weeks, I believe, is the final line when the hedge funds must buy, at any price.
So, it is not game over at all, whoever has the shares, has the kikes by the balls.
"Economy is an art"- Janet Yellen
>Micro-Caps Are Soaring As GameStop Collapses>GameStop is now down almost 90% from its record highs last week as Reddittors run for the hills...https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/micro-caps-are-soaring-gamestop-collapses
Let's see the final price when the kikes will meet the death line.
I was watching Tim Pool the other night and he put it like this, "Because they stopped the buying of stocks in these hedge funds, the only option is to sell. Buy stooping buying they have caused the stocks to plummet because there is no longer a 'demand' for them." He went on to say how rigged the system is but also said that if you believe in what you are doing, then don't sell. Hang on to dear life, because if you bought at the right time, you really aren't the one that is loosing out here.
What Wallstreet is doing by stopping these hedge funds and continued trading in them is sickening because it is down right illegal. But they are getting away with it. But too, he did make another point, "What is wallstreet going to do when everyone moves onto another hedge next week? Stop that too? You would have to stop the entire market."
Fair point, will the US ban all buying of hedgefunds? Especially if every hedge is "attacked" and we rack them up till they lock them out? Or will they all go into some special bone and skulls, illuminati, free masons pedo ring underground where it is by invitation only just to trade? Which by all means is down and outright illegal?
In other words, we have them where we want them, running scared for the entire world to see as they run about with soiled britches.
By Stopping* I hate this keyboard.
No offense intended, but I'll know we have then where we want them when they're all lined up in a room with a reinforced, airtight
door, to have a 'shower'
Not sure. It might have fallen a bit (quite a bit) from the initial high. But the hedge funds that short sold and drowse the price down are still fucked I think. I did not invest so I haven't followed too closely (didn't learn about it before GME was at $100). But could be that the hedge funds did some extra short selling at the top and recuperated some of their losses when Robinhood and others prohibited the buying resulting in tanking the price again.
Robinhood is probably going to be the sacrificial lamb that will be found guilty of market manipulation by preventing buying of the stock and will go bankrupt while the hende funds that under the table pressured Robinhood to stop the bying will go free.
But this is manly me speculating and someone with real knowledge can probably give a more accurate and true prediction of what to come and what happened.
Top mods at WSB saw the sub getting lots of media attention, got greedy and sold out, signed a movie deal and attempted a coup of the sub.
Never trust a redditor. This drama basically sidelined the movement.
I thought they all moved to the kotaluinaction2.win style site, wallstreetbets.win.
>Crackdown Begins As SEC Suspends Trading In Pennystock>It appears that there's such a thing as pumping a worthless stock too far.>Today the SEC made it clear that it won't sit idly by as millions of daytraders gang up and pump pennystocks to the moon after it announced it would bar trading in SpectraScience , a Minnesota healthcare company, the FT reported. The suspension comes as new and inexperienced retail traders have flooded into the market drawing scrutiny from policymakers in Washington.https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/crackdown-begins-sec-suspends-trading-pennystockhttps://twitter.com/cdntradegrljenn/status/1355723524363616257
The SEC protecting the jewish monopoly.
Zoomers got fucked by their own amateur greediness. Buy physical silver if you want to do the most damage, if you can find it.
>>301128>Buy physical silver
Common sense question. There will be a time when the holders will need to cash it out, so who will be the buyer? And another question, will the buyer report the transaction to the eternal bureaucracy?
Remember that men with guns might come to take a piece if not all of what's yours.
I found the announcement of confiscation.
It has happened before, it will happen again.
>>301240>coin, bullion, and certificates
Let me tell you about the rooster in pic.
Back when the feds stole gold, they tried to steal this rooster claiming it was bullion.
They failed because it's obviously art.
It's the Ascuaga's golden rooster.
So what are stackers going to do if the feds try to steal metals again? Melt it down into trinkets.>>301129
A blackmarket will form around metals as it did in the past.
I'm calling it- GME is the strand that unravels the entire fucking globalist-big-money-spiderweb.
They're either gonna kill the hedgefunds and their illegal games to save face, or they're gonna go full-retard and ramp their stupidity up.
They do that, and they're gonna further make a real, tangible enemy out of the public.
People do stupid shit when they're panicky. You watch.
C-Span switched to some House thing.
Here is link to other stream of the GameStop casehttps://youtu.be/D7N4S_FKMq4
>>301472>they're gonna go full-retard and ramp their stupidity up.
You know this is what they'll do.
It will be illegal, through civil liability, to talk about anything financial unless you're licensed or a recognized media outlet.>We'll put and end to organized economic terrorism!
>GameStop Just Collapsed After Topping Record Close
>Update (1225ET): GME collapsed after we posted highlighting the craziness again, and is now halted for
the first second third fourth time...