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high-valyrian 2 points ago +2 / -0

Damn anon.... you got me thinking.

Codefag myself, app update is a good point. I just looked in the Play store and the last update pushed to Play was today 1/30. I've got automatic updates turned off, so my app hasn't been updated - but I'm limited on buys so I can confirm that's correct.

I'm assuming when they built their database, they've included some kind of data key and value for number of shares bought and owned by each user id... 🤔 im wondering if they could have updated their DB table structure to only accept a value less than 5, for example, for owns_GME_share? That might work without having to push an update to the app store ... then again we know the cabal and their connections... I'm sure they can push whatever they want at any time without having to get app store approval 🙄 😒

Someone on r/wsb pointed out that RH's restrictions were similar to the stock market's "circuit breaker" that is pulled from time to time...

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/c/circuitbreaker.asp

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high-valyrian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, short interest and float data is publicly available and updated 2x per month. You can purchase subscription services to services that update more frequently tho. Example: https://www.marketbeat.com/short-interest/

I don't think shareholder info would be publicly available. BUT, if it's a publicly traded company, the members of the board should be listed online (via a company's website etc). Tracking company board members and executives could work.

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high-valyrian 3 points ago +4 / -1

I have a few options bookmarked. Driving right now but commenting so I can come back later.

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high-valyrian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Send me a link to a post worthy of a sticky and it'll get done

Also to tag a user here, do u/typetheirnamehere

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high-valyrian 2 points ago +2 / -0
  1. She's high on drugs (look at her eyes! pupil size, color of white space)

  2. Jfc somebody get this bitch a razor and some shaving cream

  3. Symbolism. Cow, cherries.

Cherries ripening on the tree are often associated with the sweet innocence of youth and purity. But once plucked the cherry represents the loss of innocence, which can also be sweet if done with loving intention.

the cow is seen as the symbol of power, nurturing, and fertility since the dawn of time.

creepy

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high-valyrian 2 points ago +2 / -0

You know why, anon.

Pssst - this is awesome. What program you using to compile your feeds? I use Feedly but fuck , rather have an .exe

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high-valyrian 3 points ago +3 / -0

K so when you're shorting, you pay a borrow fee (the interest I mentioned in my previous comment) which can change from day to day. Right now that fee on $GME is between 20-80%. Which is as high or higher than most credit cards. Per day. The longer you have to hold your position, the more it costs. Now imagine you're a multi-billion-dollar hedge fund with millions of shorts entered.

Now you understand how they lost $5 billion dollars in a single day.

Eventually it either costs too much to maintain, and you have to close your position for a loss, or you go bankrupt.

Not only that, but there's rumors that other hedge funds are still submitting shorts on GME against Melvin and Citadel. They're not only fighting average Joes online but also fighting off other hedge funds and investment groups.

Today is significant as it's a day when lots of these 'options' expire. Likewise, Monday will also be very significant. However, it could take weeks or even months to finish the short squeeze fully. Read up on the short squeeze of 2008 with VW for some similarities: https://www.autoweek.com/news/industry-news/a35340727/heres-how-the-gamestop-short-squeeze-is-like-the-vw-squeeze-of-2008/

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high-valyrian 3 points ago +4 / -1

works for me. have you tried clearing your cookies for that site? Press the lock icon next to the website address in your browser > Cookies > Remove until done. Then reload the site.

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high-valyrian 1 point ago +2 / -1

Terrible idea.

The reason why $GME worked is because the stock's short to float was over 200% this week and well over 100% for an extended length of time. Buying shares and holding them in that situation creates a market event called a short squeeze and that triggers the transfer of wealth from bears to bulls.

This post just tells me that you don't have any thesis and would likely lose your money, no offense anon.

In theory, doing this over a long period of time might work if the right market conditions are present. It's called the prisoner's dilemma: https://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/prisoners-dilemma.asp

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high-valyrian [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removed. Low quality. If you feel your post has important information to the Q movement, go deeper, bring it together and present it in a way that makes what you see in your content obvious to others. Clearly, people aren't following. Thank you for understanding.

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high-valyrian [M] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Removing now. Please put this kind of discussion in the main daily thread. Thank you for understanding.

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high-valyrian [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removed. Low quality. WARNING. Please join the discussion in the main daily thread. Thank you for understanding.

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high-valyrian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Uhhhh... no.

For one, PayPal was originally created by Max Levchin, Peter Thiel, and Luke Nosek in 1998 as Confinity. They made security software for mobile devices first but didn't work so they switched to digital payments and rebranded as Paypal. In 2000, they merged with X.com, the company founded by Elon Musk and his bro. If I recall correctly eBay purchased PayPal after trying to develop its' own online banking platform... their users rejected it and were using Paypal for some 80% of all transactions. Hence, they sold.

For two, Tesla. Products include electric cars, infamous batteries, solar panels and roof tiles, etc. Tesla ranks as the world's best-selling plug-in and battery electric passenger car manufacturer.

Tesla is an awesome company in a lot of ways:

  1. Doesn't do advertising
  2. Sustainable
  3. Licenses its' technology with other companies to benefit society
  4. Develops their parts and components in house
  5. Great job providing company
  6. Nationwide charging network for electric cars

Musk is also anti-COVID, anti-Wall Street, anti-Democrats, anti-politically correct.........so not sure why you think he's some evil genius.

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high-valyrian 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is literally the ONLY good take on any of these lame ass podcasters

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high-valyrian 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would check Andy Ngo's Twitter feed. I know I saw some similar content there after the protest.

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high-valyrian [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removed. Low quality. Memes are allowed and supported on this site, but, they'll have to ROCK to make it on here. Thanks for understanding.

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high-valyrian [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removing. Low quality.

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high-valyrian 1 point ago +1 / -0

Of course they did.

I saw some comments over on r/WSB asking why the rating went from 1 earlier in the day back to a 4.2 in the evening. Then again, I'm work with Google professionally so I didn't have to wonder why, I already knew why...

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high-valyrian [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removed. Low quality. Memes are allowed and supported on this site, but, they'll have to ROCK to make it on here. Thanks for understanding.

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high-valyrian 2 points ago +2 / -0

Love this - making "the great reset" a double entendre... thanks for sharing anon. First thing's first: the US dollar is already at great risk. Nobody can dispute that; EUR and GBP were both stronger than the U.S. dollar in 2020. Let's not even bring up crypto, which is giving gold a seriously run as a store of value...

This GME incident absolutely has the possibility to become another 2008 all over again as long as our government and the FED gives a bailout to the bankers and 1% instead of retail investors and 'little guys'

'They' never thought that us average folks would bother to question their techniques or educate ourselves enough to figure out the fraud. This COVID virus is really beginning to backfire on the elites.

Two questions here - I wonder how they calculated the bit about the banks losing $1b in assets for every $11 increase in share price & regarding the "$30-$40 in debt for every $1 on the books"? If anyone has any sauce I'd love to see it.

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high-valyrian [M] 1 point ago +1 / -0

Removing. Duplicate. Anon, please review our rules. Reposts are not allowed here. Add your comment to the discussion that already exists: https://greatawakening.win/p/11SKC19vGf/winsanon-with-the-moral-boost-wh/c/

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high-valyrian [M] 2 points ago +2 / -0

Removing. Low quality. If you feel your post has important information to the Q movement, go deeper, bring it together and present it in a way that makes what you see in your content obvious to others. Thank you for understanding.

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