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How Will We Know When Shorts Cover AMC?

How Will We Know When Shorts Cover AMC

AMC stock is showing major resistance in the high $30-$40 levels. The short interest has gone down by 3.5% since it peaked, did shorts cover?

And if they did, shouldn’t the price have gone up?

This is a very interesting topic indeed. Let’s discuss it.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – the blog that gives retail investors a platform. Today I want to discuss some key attributes that will let us know when shorts cover AMC.

Let’s get started!

But before I continue, I want to thank every single one of you who continues to share the content and who’s been supporting the blog all these months.

Identifying Short Covering

Short covering is what’s going to ultimately get you astronauts to the moon.

It’s a battle of tug-a-war if you ask me.

Except it’s not physical, it’s a mental game of strategy. And the first to cave in, loses.

Now, it’s worth mentioning that the domino effect may fall upon either side of the spectrum.

This means both long shorts and long retailers are susceptible to influencing one another.

The difference is whether we lend strength to one another, or doubts and fear.

In my list of 6 things retail investors should know about AMC, shunning negativity is one of them.

And for great reason.

The same way we can pull each other up, we can also pull one another down.

Short Interest Data

To the best of my knowledge, there are two major factors that will allow us to identify when shorts cover.

The first is through the short interest data.

What does short interest data tell us?

The short interest helps us understand how much of a stock’s float is being shorted.

It’s the number of shares that have been sold short but have not yet been covered or closed out.

short interest calculation

For example, a heavily shorted such as AMC has a short interest of 16.56% (currently).

Apple on the other hand has an SI of 0.62%.

Apple has almost no shorts to squeeze from their positions where AMC has 16.56% of the float shorting the stock.

That’s approximately 106.82 million shares out on loan that have yet to be covered.

So in theory, as shorts begin to cover their positions, AMC’s short interest data should begin to decrease.

Price Action Change

Another common way to identify whether shorts cover their positions is through sudden price movements.

Short covering adds momentum to the buying pressure of a stock which results in a spike or bullish run.

What makes identifying when shorts cover is that the price action and short interest data don’t align at the same exact moment.

The reported short interest doesn’t happen right away.

It’s actually released a week and a half.

However, when we look at AMC’s runup back in June, we see that AMC peaked two days after it’s last report high short interest.

See below.

It took two business days for AMC’s small short covering to take AMC from $31.81 to an all-time high of $72.62 per share.

The chart from Ortex below shows us a drop in short interest between the dates of May 28th and June 9th where the stock began to cool down from it’s runup.

We saw the short interest drop from 20% to 14.76% by mid July before shorts began taking new positions, further driving the short interest up past 19%.

And I know what some of you might be thinking. Shorts haven’t covered! They never did!

Community, I’m presenting you with data that shows how price fluctuated based on the short interest updates.

Strangely enough, when the short seller, not hedge fund, Iceberg Research announced they closed their short position in AMC, two days later we saw a very small increase in price action though retail volume was low.

People were quick to dismiss Iceberg simply because it’s one analyst publicly shorting AMC but I though the news was super bullish.

In fact, I hoped other short sellers would follow in closing too.

Will AMC Squeeze Based On The Current SI?

AMC Short Interest October

AMC’s current short interest as of the date of this publication is 16.39%.

You can keep tabs on the short interest update here where I update it daily from Ortex so you don’t have to buy it.

AMC’s current short interest by definition is considered to be extremely high.

There is more than enough juice to get some serious price action out of AMC with this data.

And of course, if more shorts begin taking positions in AMC then the short interest percentage will continue to go up.

Otherwise, we can expect it to stay the same if they continue to hold, or decrease even if very small short positions are indeed being closed.

With AMC’s short interest slowly going down and an incredible amount of short shares being borrowed, I’m curious whether their exit strategy is to heavily short the stock while closing smaller short positions.

You can see how many short shares are being borrowed daily via. StonkOTracker.

Tinfoil hat on but I can see a strategy where the amount of overleveraged shorting is countering any small short covering.

Even then, this scenario is just speculation to be quite frank.

If you have any idea why the short interest is slowly going down I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below.

I’m confident others would like to as well.

A Short Squeeze Requires Apes To Play Offense

I just published an article on what will trigger AMC to short squeeze.

If you have not read it I strongly suggest you do so.

In short, heavy volume and buying pressure is what initiated strong price movement back in January and this past June.

The community has set a new bottom for AMC in the mid to high $30 levels.

Holding will merely sustain the stock there, and low volume will not create momentum.

If the AMC community is to squeeze shorts from their positions, momentum will be the number one factor to creating another runup before the end of this year.

Could an even bigger third wave shake bigger short sellers?

I absolutely think so.

The next runup would force new shorts to close at a higher price then the previous wave of short sellers did.

Again, this is based on what the short interest data and price action have reflected.

We’ve raised the bottom during every runup, we’ve raised the market cap, and we’ve raised the all-time high.

There’s no doubt in my mind we can finish the mission through continuous buying pressure.

What About Synthetic Share Covering?

Unfortunately, there’s no way of identifying the process of synthetic share covering.

The safest way to track this short squeeze play is through the data that is provided, such as the short interest data.

And although at times it may be skewed due to being self-reported, it’s one way of tracking the information.

Synthetics shares are one of those things that regulators have been turning their heads on.

While the community is aware of them and acknowledges the use of synthetics, I find it’s counterintuitive for us to rely on information that is not being publicized as precisely.

Especially if we are to make big money from this short squeeze trade.

Be open to it, dig deeper to fuel your conviction, but also have a plan and be prepared for anything.

Stay true to your conviction, and make sure you make an awesome trade as shorts begin to cover.

How High Will AMC Go?

At this point, the short interest percentage is our fuel.

We cannot predict exact numbers based on the data available.

However, the data does show us that with enough applied pressure, AMC’s share price will skyrocket.

Ladies and gentlemen, there’s no way you cannot make money from this play.

It will be up to the community as a whole to be engaged, and continue playing offense.

In a war of mental tug-a-war, this third wave could be our grand win.

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List of Momentum Stocks: Short Interest And Utilization

Momentum Stocks Short Interest
Momentum Stocks: Short Interest Information

Community, I’m going to be updating this list of momentum stocks and their short interest and utilization daily.

Be sure to bookmark this page for daily updates. This information is being taken straight from Ortex. I understand not everyone has insight to this information so I will be making it all public for you.

If there are other stocks you’d like me to include, please comment them in the comment section below.

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#1. AMC

Short Interest: 16.55% | Utilization: 87.36 | Cost To Borrow: 1.35 | Shares On Loan: 107.39 Million

(Updated Daily)

#2. GME

Short Interest: 11.14% | Utilization: 35.62 | Cost To Borrow: 1.03 | Shares On Loan: 8.06 Million

(Updated Daily)

#3. BBIG

Short Interest: 26.87% | Utilization: 99.68 | Cost To Borrow: 69.04 | Shares On Loan: 35.57 Million

(Updated Daily)

#4. SNDL

Short Interest: 17.13% | Utilization: 98.34 | Cost To Borrow: 4.74 | Shares On Loan: 415.73 Million

(Updated Daily)

#5. SENS

Short Interest: 27.00% | Utilization: 89.49 | Cost To Borrow: 2.18 | Shares On Loan: 97.16 Million

(Updated Daily)

#6. CLOV

Short Interest: 13.67% | Utilization: 77.87 | Cost To Borrow: 1.43 | Shares On Loan: 50.59 Million

(Updated Daily)

#7. ATER

Short Interest: 29.63% | Utilization: 98.64 | Cost To Borrow: 87.51 | Shares On Loan: 14.84 Million

(Updated Daily)


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What Will Trigger AMC To Short Squeeze?

what will trigger amc to squeeze

A lot of new retail investors have bought AMC stock and are wondering what will trigger AMC to short squeeze.

What started from small data between a subcommunity turned into a mainstream phenomenon.

And along the way, the community managed to resurrect a century old movie theater chain.

Yet, mainstream media will tell you poor fundamentals are the reason why we should bankrupt the theater chain instead.

But we love the movies and we especially love the stock.

A short squeeze play doesn’t depend on a companies fundamentals, but rather on how much stock is being borrowed to short it.

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Chemtrail Of News

AMC News

There’s been a chemtrail of AMC news all year that have been part of this incredible journey.

From the community fighting regulators for a fair market, to leaked transcripts between Citadel and Robinhood during the January halts.

All this documentation will serve its purpose for a greater change.

But what will ultimately trigger AMC to squeeze?

Is there a specific catalyst that will cause the share price to skyrocket past the moon?

Or is everything tied to the tiresome battles against nefarious hedge fund tactics?

What Pushed AMC To $20 Per Share In January?

amc january

I missed the momentum that lead AMC to reach $20 per share back in late January.

But let me tell you, I sure didn’t miss the runup to $70.

And to be quite frank with you, I won’t miss the one going past $100 per share either.

So, what allowed AMC to experience these drastic upswings anyway?

Most people heard AMC was going to go up and they bought the stock. Before they knew it, it kept surging!

The stock has set a new bottom since it’s runup to $70, and is now cruising around $40 per share.

What will trigger AMC’s next runup?

It’s volume.

Volume propelled AMC to $20 per share, it propelled it to $70 per share, and volume is what’s going to propel AMC to $100 and beyond.

The sentiment is all in the volume.

Volume tells us how many retail investors are excited and frantic about a specific security.

If the volume goes down, expect a security to consolidate.

“We’re Going To Hold Until Shorts Cover”

If only it worked that way. You see, new short sellers can enter AMC at $40 per share and profit $5-$10 as the stock hits $30-$35 again.

The community is the only reason why AMC has a strong resistance.

We keep holding.

But it’s going to take a lot more than just holding the stock.

What drove AMC to $20 the first time, and $70 the second was not simply holding, but buying the stock too.

I’ve taken notice that the community has grown tired of ‘hodling till MOASS’.

There is no free ride here.

You don’t just buy one share of AMC stock and expect it to hit $100,000 because someone said it was hitting $100,000.

You cannot participate in a momentum play, and not put in momentum.

The retail investors that participated in the runup to $20 and $70 all put in momentum.

Holding without applying buying pressure is going to result in exhausting your conviction towards this short squeeze play.

You’re The Catalyst, Stop Looking

AMC Catalyst

“It’s their fault”, “this has to happen” – we need to stop trying to cut corners.

I’ve been guilty of this myself.

But it all comes back down to, what triggered AMC to move up?

Action did. Massive action caused massive change in AMC’s share price.

With enough pressure, retail investors will be able to surge AMC’s share price high enough to create short seller panic.

Thus, initiating shorts to cover their positions in AMC and further driving up the share price.

As more of them close their positions, retail investors would have triggered AMC to squeeze.

Not the SEC, not a regulation, but retail investors.

A lot of you continue to buy the stock. A short squeeze will require more than just a lot of us though, it’s going to require buying en masse.

Give More Than You Take

We cannot blatantly sit around and wait for others to take us where we want to go.

You need to be accountable for your own actions and your own wants and desires.

I get asked quite frequently, “when’s the next runup”, “when’s the next runup?”

My question to you is when did you last buy AMC stock?

Those of you on my Patreon have a history of my personal AMC transactions throughout the year.

I’ve been buying the stock since February, even when I was facing $9,000 in losses. Now I’m up because I took action.

And if you’re profitable too it’s because you took action even when you were down.

So what’s the pattern here? Why are people profitable? Because they took action and didn’t depend on anyone to come save them.

What will trigger AMC to squeeze? You will.

Is this financial advice? Hell no. It’s real talk.

AMC’s Volume Shows Community Sentiment

AMC’s volume has been below it’s average volume. The average volume has been plunging since both runups this year.

The volume tells a story, and this current volume shows moping.

Some may argue volume doesn’t matter because of dark pool trading or because of unlimited supply of lendable shares to short the stock.

However, the volume history during the previous runups has said otherwise.

Volume matters.

How Long Will It Take Until AMC Squeezes?

In short, as long as it takes for momentum and buying pressure to occur again.

Retail investors have the chance to trigger a short squeeze through momentum and serious buying pressure.

AMC Volume Trigger

We can tell from looking at past volume patterns how important volume played a role in AMC’s previous upswing.

This momentum may be instant and short term and may happen at any moment.

Otherwise, some sort of FOMO catalyst may drive that momentum back in several months from now.

How long it takes for AMC to squeeze will depend on retail sentiment and drive.

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Why Is Citadel Securities Frightened Of The IEX Exchange?

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The lawsuit regarding the D-Limit order type is taking place on Monday, October 25th. Citadel is suing the SEC arguing that this new order type from the IEX Exchange will harm tens of millions of retail investors, via Reuters.

But will it?

Let’s dive deep into what the IEX Exchange is supposed to do for retail investors, how the D-Limit order will innovate the market, and what it will mean for AMC and GME.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – I’ve been doing some more digging and what’s occurring with Citadel and the SEC is a lot bigger than I thought. This is an important time in history.

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Impact Of IEX Exchange In Markets

IEX Exchange

So, what is the IEX Exchange anyway? IEX, or the “investors exchange” is a fair and transparent stock exchange dedicated to investor and issuer protection.

There are more than 150 broker members using it and around 10,643 unique symbols currently being traded.

The innovation behind the IEX Exchange relies heavily upon it’s D-Limit order type that is supposed to outperform displayed order prices on other exchanges.

This means that predatory strategies such as market arbitrage, where high frequency firms profit from lower prices in foreign exchanges, will no longer be able to do so.

High frequency trading has been used against retail investors to not only gain better prices on stock from other ‘slow loading’ exchanges, but by also using this advantage to sell stock significantly cheaper.

So when you find an exchange that is showing lower prices, hedge funds betting against certain tickers may borrow high in another exchanges while benefiting the difference from selling the stock in those displaying lower prices.

The D-Limit order uses AI technology that provides more consistent and accurate data across all exchanges.

This order type is going to provide high quality prices in the market and is truly innovative and for retail.

How Will The IEX Exchange Affect Citadel Securities?

Citadel

In short, Citadel Securities and other high frequency trading firms will lose a lot of money.

The reason being is they are making money every second from using this high frequency trading technology to their benefit by getting better prices than anyone else in the market.

The IEX Exchange would put Citadel Securities in the same courtyard as retail investors, leveling the playfield.

IEX would create a foundation for a fair market and Citadel Securities is suing the SEC for it.

The use of high frequency trading is not protecting retail investors, on the contrary it’s betting against them and the SEC has recognized this saying, “Citadel enjoys unfair advantages over other participants”.

Fighting against this order type is like getting angry for having to share your cake at your own birthday party.

Citadel processes close to 50% of the entire market’s orders. The company would face massive losses from eliminating high frequency trading alone.

Not to mention, the heavily shorted stock they have been betting against.

What Would IEX Mean For AMC and GME?

AMC GME

We know that high frequency trading gives these firms a trading edge over heavily shorted stock.

They’re able to locate and identify foreign exchanges where the price is significantly lower, and use these means to cheat the system by buying back borrowed shares low; profiting the difference from selling high and driving these stocks down.

IEX would seal these cracks in the system. The D-Limit is meant to keep prices equal and consistent throughout the markets.

This order type will essentially put a halt to high frequency trading, changing the entire game in the markets.

We would have transitioned from an older world of finance, to an innovative one that may bring more participants to the market.

So, How Will This Affect AMC And GameStop?

AMC GameStop

The price moves based on supply and demand would be significantly more accurate.

I would expect massive price moves from retail momentum finally display in the lit market.

IEX is the first step towards a fair market and retail investors must support it’s innovative structure to fight high frequency trading.

Only then could we move on to the checklist of eliminating dark pool trading and other predatory strategies.

What Are The Chances Of The D-Limit Order Type Being Approved?

This would highly depend on the judge(s) looking into this matter. There are a lot of factors that can take place here and Dave Laurer, a former Citadel Securities employee said it well in a recent interview with Trey.

He mentioned you never know what kind of deals are being made behind-the-scenes that may influence certain decisions.

And although Dave Laurer wasn’t very optimistic, I believe the energy we should be feeding is that of positive impact and real change in the markets.

The D-Limit order type would be a significant innovation in our markets and must be upheld.

It would be up to retail investors to fight for justice and a fair market should it not be upheld in court.

This is a developing story so make sure to subscribe to the blog or follow me on social media to get notified on the next updates.

Is The D-Limit Order Type That Good?

To put things into perspective, the IEX Exchange has done numerous tests observing the accuracy of the D-Limit order type.

They’ve found over several tests that not only does the AI match prices but also sets new and higher prices in the market.

The IEX Exchange would give the market a much needed refresh that would allow stocks to perform significantly better than the current model.

IEX Order Displayed Orders Improving
IEX Displayed Orders Improving

This is the closest we’ve come to restructuring the markets and is massively bullish in my opinion.

For our community to be part of this incredible innovation alone is a massive win.

This is what we do. People like us fight for a fair market.

And whether this D-Limit order type goes through or not, this is what we’re going to be known for.

Our community is a beacon for change.

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Here’s Why People Need To Get In On AMC Stock Right Now

AMC Stock
Will you miss AMC’s short squeeze?

AMC stock is up more than 2000% year-to-date. People continue to wonder why AMC talks continue to pop up everywhere.

The AMC community has grown immensely since the start of this year. Retail investors discovered data that would allow them to make massive gains from simply buying the stock and holding it.

The SEC just released a report confirming what has driven GameStop’s share price up and how we’ll know when shorts begin to cover; more on that later.

The first wave of retail investors are up significant amount of money from getting in early, a few from the second wave are beginning to break even, with another percent finally seeing profits.

With AMC currently trading in the low $40s, third wave investors that get in now could experience significant gains on AMC’s next major runup.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – I’ve been discussing AMC’s data since early February. If you missed the runup twice already it’s not too late and I’m going to discuss why.

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Some of you have told me you saw my AMC articles early this year, dismissed them, but luckily got in right before the push to $70 per share.

Others had the same experience but got in a lot higher.

If you’re holding losses at the moment I think it’s fair to say, for some of you, that it was due to negligence. Negligence of information, correct?

But it doesn’t matter because some of you second wave investors are finally breaking even, with a few even profiting again.

You see, AMC stock has the perfect setup for another runup and a lot of people are going to miss it, for the third time!

But not you.

And I believe this third wave could cause the big one to come to fruition.

We’re going to take a look at where AMC is now, and what we can learn from the SEC’s new report regarding GameStop’s runup back in January.

AMC’s Momentum Just Only Started

The momentum we’ve seen with AMC stock has merely been a statement. A statement that said, “hey look over here, check out this data before it’s too late”.

The runups AMC has had, brought attention to the data. This data tells us massive change is going to occur in the lives of those who hold these golden tickets.

A lot of what’s occurring in the markets is quite complicated, but in short, retail investors are taking this opportunity to squeeze hedge funds betting against the movie theater chain from their short positions.

Squeezing these players out of their short positions would create what’s known as a “short squeeze”.

A short squeeze would create so much momentum that AMC’s stock price would skyrocket to unprecedented numbers.

The Stock Is Not That Far From Its New Bottom

The AMC community created a new bottom for AMC stock. After several price moves, it seems AMC has found a new bottom in the mid to high level $30 range.

If you added to your position when the price was around $36 last week, then you’re already seeing gains the start of this new week.

AMC is not that far from its new bottom which means it has a lot of upside potential from buying pressure alone.

As momentum buyers continue to apply pressure against short sellers, AMC’s stock price will continue to move up past $50, $60, $70, and beyond.

As AMC establishes higher highs and higher lows, we also raise AMC’s bottom.

So where the current bottom is in the mid to high $30s, a new bottom could easily establish itself in the $70s-$80s after the next major runup for example.

How high this new bottom gets raised would depend on how high the next runup goes.

We’ve seen this type of price move with Tesla as it continued to set higher highs and higher lows.

But with that being said, at the rate the AMC community is growing, the momentum and buying pressure is (without a doubt) there to grow AMC’s market cap.

Will This Third Runup Squeeze Big Shorts?

Hedge funds have been losing billions of dollars all year from overleveraging their short positions in both AMC and GME stock.

It’s very possible a third runup forces big shorts to close their positions to refrain from losing even more money.

In this instance, the short interest would plummet and AMC’s share price would skyrocket.

This of course would depend on how big the momentum carried out by retail is.

The SEC confirmed in a report how important buying pressure was to squeeze GameStop short sellers earlier this year. More on that below.

One thing is certain. Early third wave investors along with long term holders will be up significantly in gains as the buying pressure increases.

Late third wave investors could very well partake in the short squeeze event as short sellers rush to close their positions during the next AMC runup.

This third wave of momentum is not necessarily coming from new FOMO buyers but mainly from the AMC community who’ve been buying and holding the stock for months now.

Additional momentum from FOMO buyers will only add fuel to the rocket.

In the recent SEC report, they back up how intense momentum can increase the price of a particular security, I’ll go over that in just a moment.

Should You Buy AMC Stock Today?

We’ve discovered the secret hedge funds feared we’d discover. And it’s the power of community.

AMC has a massive community made up of millions of retail investors who are buying and holding the stock until a massive short squeeze is triggered.

This means the community is periodically buying the stock but also holding it, as momentum continues to push the stock price upwards.

Whether you decide to buy and hold AMC stock for a short squeeze play or for profits, be sure to do your research first because patience eventually ends up paying off.

How Will We Know When AMC Squeezes?

The SEC just released a report detailing the events that occurred in January regarding GameStop’s massive runup.

They mentioned that one thing they noted, was that GameStop’s short interest decreased during the time the share price had increased drastically as it began to squeeze shorts from their positions.

This confirms to us just how important the short interest is in this short squeeze play.

SEC Gov. Report On Equity and Options Market Structure
SEC Gov. Report On Equity and Options Market Structure Source: Page 26

In that same excerpt, the SEC confirms that volume was a significant factor that triggered shorts to cover their positions in GME.

What differentiates AMC from GME is that GameStop’s short interest continued to go down after it’s runup, while AMC’s short interest actually increased.

This means that these AMC price moves have been solely from retail momentum.

Shorts have not covered AMC and it’s for this reason that AMC will continue to climb up until shorts tap out like they did with GameStop earlier this year.

Now, GameStop still has juice left to keep running up. It’s current short interest is at 11% where AMC’s is at 17%.

But it’s all in the hands of retail investors at the moment. And as long as retail investors continue to buy and hold the stock, the price will continue to surge based on demand alone.

Here’s Why AMC Will Keep Surging

What triggered GameStop’s massive price increase was a combination of retail buying pressure that led up to many shorts covering their short positions.

We saw this as GameStop’s short interest fell from 100% to where it’s currently at today.

AMC’s short interest has only increased which means now is the perfect time for retail to conjure up a buying storm if a short squeeze is to be triggered now.

Although AMC does not have the short interest GameStop did back in January before it squeezed, AMC’s short interest is leaning closer to 20% which is still categorized as “extremely high” short interest.

You can view the short interest as being the juice to the squeeze.

AMC’s amazing runups have all been merely from proud AMC shareholders fighting against short sellers.

And we’re not going anywhere until they’re squeezed.

How To Trade A Short Squeeze

Short Squeeze Volume

A short squeeze requires short squeezers to go long, which majority of the AMC community has done.

A candidate with more than 10% short interest has enough short sellers to create a short squeeze.

AMC’s short interest is coming up to 18%.

The only thing stopping AMC from squeezing at the moment is massive buying pressure.

The people who miss out on this short squeeze play will be those who do not get in on this historical play right now.

Because as soon as short sellers are triggered to close in masses, it would have been too late to participate in this short squeeze play.

GameStop Short Squeeze SEC Report
SEC Gov. Report On Equity and Options Market Structure Source: Page 25

Will You Miss AMC’s Short Squeeze?

AMC stock is up more than 2000% year-to-date. Mind you this is without a short squeeze and with the short interest increasing all year.

GME is up more than 900% year-to-date although it used up majority of its 100% short interest earlier this year.

An AMC short squeeze is inevitable and the gains will be immense. The question is, will you be a part of it or will you miss it for the third time?

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AMC’s Extremely High Short Interest Is A Ticking Time-Bomb

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Banks, market makers, and hedge funds are all very well aware of the trouble stocks with extremely high short interest can mean for them.

Financial institutions have been overleveraging printed money to help hedge funds keep up with margin requirements and borrowing costs.

Hedge funds have have lost billions despite turning a few profits recently from plays such as AMC and GameStop.

Still, any ‘gains’ seen on paper can easily turn upside down with another upswing. Long short sellers are going to burn new shorts getting in on these plays.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – S3 Partners are reporting a 100/100 short squeeze score again based on algorithms. An AMC short squeeze is inevitable.

Let’s get started!

If you don’t know who S3 Partners are, they’re a company similar to Ortex. These companies gather real-time short interest data and other analytics.

Ortex may not have a short squeeze predictability score but S3 Partners does.

The algorithm has put AMC at a 100/100 short squeeze score. And although this score fluctuates from time to time, it should be no surprise that AMC has hit this predictability score more than once.

AMC’s short interest is at an outstanding 17.65%! This is self-reported and could be significantly higher.

This high short interest was just recently around 20%. Did some shorts cover?

And if so, what will happen to AMC’s stock price next?

Iceberg Research Closes AMC Position

Iceberg Research analyst has closed their AMC positions, down 30%. For those who aren’t familiar with short selling, down 30% means they profited 30% from their initial entry.

I saw apes had this information mixed up. The analyst also took it to Twitter to explain this.

They stated, “we may open shorts later”.

What mad the analyst close their short position in AMC? It makes you wonder how many other small short positions could have closed too.

Iceberg Research closing their short position is extremely bullish for AMC shareholders.

It proves that AMC has set a new bottom. It’s retested the mid to high $30 range about three times now.

This bullish sign of strength could be the reason why this short seller decided to take profits now before another massive upswing.

Which if you ask me, was very smart.

AMC’s has very high short interest which means it has enough fuel to move the stock relatively high.

Iceberg Research mentioned they would possibly open short positions later signifying it’s something they would do when the price is significantly higher for them to profit from on the way down to new levels.

Do Stocks Go Up When Shorts Cover?

Activity from covering may create a chain reaction where other shorts begin to cover their positions.

Whether shorts close their positions with gains or losses, a stocks share price increases due to buying pressure from shares being bought back.

How Long Does It Take For A Closed Short Position To Settle?

According to the SEC, the settlement cycle is about 3 business days.

Iceberg Research announced they closed their position in AMC on Monday October 11th.

Meaning the transaction would not be reflected until mid to end of the week.

How much AMC’s share price moves up will depend on whether these short sellers were mainly small individuals or large financial firms.

Are Short Sellers Profiting From AMC?

Short sellers who entered during AMC’s runup are profitable. But not everyone is up. Large financial firms who shorted AMC earlier this year are still facing apocalyptic losses.

Don’t Short AMC Stock – They Can Soar To ‘Unimaginable Highs’, CNBC

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AMC still has a very high short interest meaning there are original short sellers betting the stock will go low enough to finally make a profit.

Thing is AMC gets extremely uncomfortable when it gets pushed down a cent below $30.

The best strategy for short sellers holding losses would be to close now before AMC claims a higher level of resistance, resulting in even greater losses.

And for new short sellers, CNBC warned about unprecedented highs back in June even as it peaked saying, ‘resist the temptation’.

Because even those who are profitable on paper, another major upswing can change that in one day.

The high short interest in AMC is a ticking time-bomb due to the explosive effect a few short sellers can trigger from closing.

Iceberg Research for example took profits without the care of other short sellers, even though it means the price is subject to move up from such a move.

That’s the danger of short selling AMC, this simple update from the analyst could trigger smaller positions to close, ruining the play for other shorts holding their positions.

For retail, this would mean a surge in price action.

Retail Investors Are In It For A Short Squeeze Play

This is another advantage retail investors have over short sellers. Short sellers are paying a fee, must keep up-to-date with their margin requirements, and have no control over other shorts.

You could be short on AMC stock but if a financial firm closes due to a margin call, you could lose a massive chunk of your portfolio.

Retail investors continue to raise the bar regardless of AMC’s current share price.

The community continued to buy the stock at $50, $60, and $70.

That’s because retail’s conviction towards how much AMC is worth is beyond what short sellers can comprehend.

Profitable short activists are better off taking profits and getting in on this short squeeze play against market manipulators.

Both retail investors and short activists want to make money. A short squeeze would yield some of the biggest gains any party has ever seen.

Another Major Upswing Is Around The Corner

amc rocket

If you read my article on why an AMC rebound is sure to happen, then you understand the significance of patterns.

We’re seeing that as AMC’s short interest continues to climb, the play is set up for bigger upswings.

This is bad news for shorts holding the stock as new levels of resistance are being created during these upswings.

AMC’s short interest reached a high of 9% back in January when it topped $20 per share.

Short sellers jumped in and raised the short interest to 20% where the stock ran up to $72 per share.

After this runup, AMC’s short interest fell to 14.76% before continuing to move back up to it’s current percentage.

The original 9%-20% is an 11% increase. From 14.76% to the high of 21% we saw not too long ago is another 6% increase.

Here we can see short seller sentiment. Fewer of them are willing to get burned on this short squeeze play.

Short activists have the decision to close positions now while AMC’s share price is extremely close to it’s new base price.

Failure to do so and you may get caught in significant losses that are awaiting hedge funds and bigger short sellers alike.

It Takes One Major Upswing To Ruin Short Position Gains

How many waves can short sellers tolerate? Short sellers going long on their plays are burning cash passively from borrowing fees.

The next major upswing AMC has will set a new foundation.

The $30 range will no longer be AMC’s base price but rather $70-$80 respectively.

And we’re talking about the floor here, not AMC’s upswing peak. This next peak could very well reach hundreds of dollars from mere momentum pressure.

And although AMC’s share volume has decreased recently, we’ve seen this pattern happen right before retail and whales create massive buying pressure again.

It only takes one massive upswing to create a chain reaction of buying from both new retail investors and short sellers.

Both sides are looking at their strategies. It’s not costing retail investors anything to hold their stock.

Apes continue to buy when they have the means available. A community with a ‘why’ is much stronger than individuals trading for small profits on the way down.

It’s only a matter of time before larger financial firms begin taking profits from shorting AMC stock and leave smaller short sellers behind.

Or vice versa. AMC’s extremely high short interest is a ticking time-bomb.

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Here’s Why An AMC Rebound Is Right Around The Corner

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AMC has massive potential to rebound

AMC Entertainment stock is respecting that $35-$38 level of resistance very well. Retail investors are wondering when AMC will rebound.

Some of you are HODLing gains, some of you losses.

However, something extraordinary has been happening while AMC stock has been slowly creeping down to its current price range.

The short interest has hit an all-time high. And although new shorts might be profiting on paper from AMC’s $70 decline, hedge funds who have been shorting AMC since January face apocalyptical conditions.

I mean, have you seen Kenny recently?

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Welcome to Franknez.com – the blog that provides you with unfiltered information about your favorite stocks. Today we’re talking AMC and why I personally think we’re heading towards a rebound.

Let’s get started!

Last time AMC’s short interest was at 20% it jumped past $70 per share back in June. The current short interest is hovering extremely close to 21% now.

If this doesn’t have you excited it should. If history repeats itself, which usually does, this could be big.

Here’s what we can learn from the past.

Patterns Often Times Repeat Themselves

Before we moved past $50 again last month, patterns suggested that breaking specific levels of resistance would lead us there.

Breaking $32, $38, $40, etc, proved to be right.

Well now AMC has been doing incredible at respecting the mid to high $30s again like it did last month.

Community, don’t be fooled – this shows strength in the stock. Not just the stock; but in the community as well.

See, no one is getting left behind. We’ve come too far to let off the gas pedal.

The fact that we have been seeing a strong resistant level in the $30s again signals that apes continue to hold. It will be a rare instance if AMC’s share price goes below this price range.

And although we might have seen it drop a little below (maybe once or twice) last month, AMC has proven to be extremely uncomfortable below the $30 range.

This leads me to believe that we indeed have a new bottom. And compared to where it was at $5, I’d say it’s a pretty great bottom.

What Does AMC’s Short Interest Data Tell Us?

The short interest is the number or percentage of a stocks float that has yet to be covered by shorts.

This is what I like to refer as the rocket fuel. 10% short interest is considered to be high where 20% is considered to be ‘extremely high‘.

For perspective, Apple stock has less than 1% short interest.

Here’s Why This Matters

AMC topped almost 9% back in January during its first runup to $20. Then, it peaked at 20% in June when the stock price surged past $70+.

AMC’s short interest fell as low (or I should still say as high) as 14.76% in July before beginning to move up again in August and September.

October could be the month we get another massive rebound. AMC actually hit 21% short interest a few days ago and is extremely close to reaching this percentage again.

The increase in short interest percentage tells us that more short sellers have gotten in on the stock since the runup back in June.

And as long as retail investors continue to buy and hold the stock, the community can set new bottoms and run the price up again, squeezing new short sellers from their current positions.

This extremely high short interest can ignite an AMC rebound specifically because the ‘market‘ is there. The short sellers are there and the demand for AMC stock continues to increase.

So what happened is that instead of all short sellers closing their positions back in June, the few that did were replaced by new ones. This short squeeze play is nowhere close to being over and I’m excited!

Here’s What The Trading Volume Tells Us

AMC’s trading volume reached 1.2B the day it rose to $20 per share. It’s previous trading day volume was around 456M.

In June, when AMC’s share price hit $70+ dollars the volume peaked at 766M. AMC opened at $37.52 that same day on Wednesday June 2nd. Incredible right?

The trading volume before the runup ranged between 400M-700M its previous trading days.

Ladies and gentlemen, volume matters. An AMC rebound is just around the corner; however, retail would need to play more offense than defense.

AMC has the perfect setup for another massive upswing. And if you sold, sorry to break it to you but this ain’t done running up.

Theoretically speaking, retail would have to refrain from selling in order to hold new levels of resistance to further runup AMC’s share price.

Upcoming AMC Price Prediction (October-November)

AMC has peaked at $20, and it’s peaked at $70; that’s 3.5X from it’s first run. If this pattern continues, we could very well see AMC peak closer to $250 per share with some serious volume from retail.

If you’re part of the Patreon, you’ve seen me adding AMC throughout the months and know I’m making another purchase very soon. The stock is currently at a bargain for momentum traders and my conviction has only gotten stronger.

This is why buying and holding has been all the DD the community every truly needed. The volume from retail is the sleeping giant. It’s what hedge funds didn’t want you to know.

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Bank of America Has Been Illegally Shorting AMC Stock

Bank of America has been shorting AMC Stock

If you bank with Bank of America chances are they’ve been using your hard earned money to short AMC stock. Financial institutions have been shorting AMC stock all year, resulting in billions of dollars in losses.

Bank of America also has a 75% probability of going bankrupt according to sources. The shorting of meme stocks could explain why the bank is currently facing liquidity issues.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – so much information is coming to fruition. I’m piecing bits of information that have been revealed in the last few weeks and days.

Let’s get started!

Information from one of my articles has been circulating the entire community recently. In this article, I go over how AMC continues to be the most shorted stock in the market. This is going to be a very important piece of info.

Bank of America Is Shorting AMC Stock

Bank of America is on the list of the top 10 institutions shorting AMC stock. BofA is known for being an untrustworthy bank for the people so it comes as no surprise.

They’ve been cheating the system by demanding printed money from the feds to lend to short sellers. The insane part of this scheme is that everyone is a part of it.

I’ll touch topic on that below.

Bank of America shorting AMC Stock
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A lot of the puzzle pieces seem to be connecting now. Boston and Dallas Fed presidents Kaplan and Rosengren were fired due to investing in securities while playing a major role in creating monetary policy.

Repos have been at record high this year. The feds have been pumping so much money into the financial systems for banks and hedge funds to maintain margin requirements from.

Hedge funds have been overleveraging their positions due to betting against retail investors who aren’t giving up the fight for a fair market, and a short squeeze play in their favorite ‘meme stocks’.

Now, 34 of the largest banks are being required to hold $1 trillion in capital, enough to be able to loan mortgages and business loans during an economic downturn such as a recession.

Will banks margin call hedge funds to meet the new capital requirements as of October 1st? Or will they default?

Hedge Funds Just Got Smaller

We’re beginning to see financial institutions throw other institutions under the bus. Citadel began pointing fingers towards Robinhood during a rant on Twitter.

I think very soon we’re going to see banks do the same towards hedge funds. Will hedge funds be able to pay back banks? Someone has to pay back the overleveraged debt they owe.

What started from a Robinhood and Citadel scandal just climbed the hierarchy and is now involving both the banks and feds.

This could be the biggest financial scandal in history.

Is America Headed Towards Financial Collapse?

Janet Yellen Hedge Funds

Janet Yellen just recently said, “there are issues relating to hedge funds and the possibility of leverage, they can trigger financial runs.” So, we know that any chance of financial ruin in the markets is tied to overleveraged hedge funds and financial institutions.

Hedge funds have been borrowing money from both the banks and the feds. The feds weren’t stopping overleveraged institutions from borrowing money, but rather contributing to their needs and gaining from them, as seen with Kaplan and Rosengren.

It seems leaders are washing their hands before these scandals continue to escalate.

A substantial portion of Citadel’s assets are held by Bank of America’s clearing house “BAML“. Powerful leaders are fleeing the crime scene. Who are the first to flee a sinking ship? Leave a comment below if you know the answer to this one.

Will Bank of America Go Bankrupt?

Bank of America has a ‘more than 75%’ probability score for bankruptcy, via MacroAxis. The fact is there is no path that can save overleveraged institutions or short sellers betting against retail investors right now. The future of the short seller is grim.

Bank of America bankruptcy

To make matter worse for the bank, retail investors are pulling their money out from the bank before things get a little more severe. In fact, one of my personal family members just moved 98% of their money from BofA into a brokerage account.

Overleveraged hedge funds and banks will be the cause of the next financial collapse.

Something massive is coming very soon and I know the community can feel it. I speculate paper-hand sellers will soon re-enter the markets as the first wave of short sellers begin to close out their positions.

This momentum will only further complicate the state of emergency these financial institutions are currently in.

What Happens If A Bank Goes Bankrupt?

If a bank goes bankrupt, the FDIC must collect and sell the assets of the bank and settle its debt.

For AMC and GME shareholders, this means that all the shares that were borrowed will finally get bought back. Heavily shorted stocks would skyrocket as overleveraged debt is finally closed out.

The results? MOASS (mother of all short squeezes).

The momentum from billions of shares being bought back could push ‘meme stocks’ to unprecedented numbers.

Whether Bank of America goes bankrupt will depend on whether they file for bankruptcy protection or not.

A short squeeze play is imminent and there’s no doubt financial institutions are preparing for it.

The Stock Market Is Rigged

“The stock market is a rigged game for the wealthy as corporate execs can hide behind trading plans as they buy or sell stock, sometimes based on nonpublic information.” via ZeroHedge.

We’re seeing this happen right before our very own eyes. Fed presidents Kaplan and Rosengren were using their power to mold regulation in theirs and their partners favor.

Bank of America has been a liquidity refuge for Citadel, allowing them to overleverage their positions in heavily shorted stock without repercussions.

We saw that Robinhood executives sold AMC and GME stock right before halting trading back in January of this year. The Citadel scandal has been the talks all over Reddit and Twitter. Citadel and Robinhood had communication about which ticker symbols would be halted.

The stock market is a device that has been created for the wealthy to leverage their wealth to build more wealth. The SEC has proven to have little to no power.

Now, that doesn’t mean retail investors don’t have a chance at the market. Corporate executives simply have a much stronger edge.

Our voice and DD have been very powerful tools in fighting corruption in the markets. We’ve been able to inform the public of what’s been occurring all while setting ourselves up for an immense short squeeze play.

What a journey.

The Greatest Transfer Of Wealth Is Commencing

I believe this scheme revolving shorting meme stocks is finally coming to a close. Empires are crumbling and new ones will rise.

But before new ones rise, retail investors would have made history by beating the financial system at its own game first.

It seems more information is being revealed with each day that passes. I don’t think retail investors have had an upper hand like this before. And unfortunately for short sellers, they’re about to get burned again. This time for good.

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Is AMC A Pump And Dump? [Details]

Is AMC A Pump And Dump?
Is AMC A Pump And Dump?

I’ve recently come across some speculation that AMC is some sort of pump and dump that’s being promoted for a select few to benefit from.

And although mainstream media has been saying this for quite some time, have you ever really given it any thought?

I have to cover this because I want to protect you. Somebody has to ask the hard questions right? Is AMC a pump and dump?

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Welcome to Franknez.com – information landed on my lap last night that led me to some deep digging and serious thought. Let’s identify what a pump and dump actually means.

Let’s get started!

How Did The AMC Movement Start?

The GameStop fiasco was going on for quite some time before it became mainstream. GME stock didn’t begin to move up until some time in late October and began to squeeze in late January.

It wasn’t until Redditors noticed AMC was also being heavily shorted early this year. A few of these retail investors were able to buy AMC stock before it gamma squeezed to $20+ per share.

One of the retail investors who was able to get in just days before the runup was Trey Collins from Trey’s Trades. I got in as the stock was coming down, I had not seen Trey’s content at this point.

It was during this time that Robinhood halted buying GameStop, AMC, Blackberry, and other heavily shorted stocks, and the scandal began.

Trey saw that AMC stock still had high short interest and a high utilization rate. These two data figures is what allowed us to build a strong conviction towards a higher share price.

High short interest meant shorts could potentially get squeezed out of their positions with enough momentum and buying pressure.

The data spread like wildfire.

People were excited about the data. Retail investors heard of what happened with GameStop and experienced FOMO to some degree knowing AMC could potentially have a similar runup.

Retail investors at this point are getting in for a short squeeze play.

AMC Retail Investors Get Ridiculed

The media was quick to ridicule average people buying stock. See, opportunity in the stock market in general is not meant to get passed down to the general public.

It’s a game that’s been hidden from ‘average people’ so to speak, to keep classes in line.

When Franknez.com went live on January 1st of 2020, my goal was to spread financial literacy, teach people how to begin investing in stocks, and to help people create a plan to build wealth.

My platform has always been a place for self-education.

When The Fool, MarketWatch, Benzinga, InvestorPlace, and other financial platforms began attacking the community, I couldn’t bear to see people get pushed around.

If you’ve heard my story before, I didn’t want to write about AMC on my blog. But something told me that this platform was created for the purpose of harnessing information that could change the lives of people.

So, I took it upon myself to stand up for the community and publicly share the information that Trey and other TA analysts were discovering. Before I knew it, we were fighting corruption and our goal has been to make real change in the markets happen.

Only then will we see proper price action in AMC and GME stock.

What Is A Pump And Dump?

A pump and dump is where a group of investors promote a specific stock to pump its price up through buying pressure and then selling off during high runups. Pump and dumps are usually orchestrated from the get-go and die off rather quickly.

Here’s the definition from Investopedia:

“Pump-and-dump is a manipulative scheme that attempts to boost the price of a stock or security through fake recommendations. These recommendations are based on false, misleading, or greatly exaggerated statements. The perpetrators of a pump-and-dump scheme already have an established position in the company’s stock and will sell their positions after the hype has led to a higher share price.” – Investopedia

How Do We Compare This To AMC?

How can we use this information to separate what’s occurring with AMC and what an actual pump and dump means?

  1. Retail investors have been spreading knowledge, not recommendations. Real apes, people – not bots.
  2. The information provided has not been false or misleading. High short interest, high utilization rate, naked shorting, dark pool trading, it’s all real. These are all facts provided by software that tracks this data in the markets. No one is making this up and mainstream media has finally shed light on this real problem.
  3. The AMC community has not sold their stock, even during the highs. Selloffs from institutions combined with short laddering explains why AMC’s stock price has been going down after spikes. That is something our community ultimately has no control over.

See, the media portraying AMC to be a pump and dump fails to touch topic on the high short interest rate. They fail to present the manipulation suppressing the stock’s price.

It’s for this reason why I’m breaking this down today. When people looking for opportunity ‘Google’ whether AMC is a pump and dump, I don’t want The Fool to mislead people or scare them from their money.

How about let’s put everything on the table and let the public decide based on the information provided. Maybe they don’t want to put an effort or join a cause fighting for a fair market. Perhaps it’s too much for them.

But at least fair information and facts would have been provided. Community leaders are not trying to convince people to buy the stock. Anyone who bought AMC months back when we published the data is up more than 1000% in gains.

That is a choice retail investors made based on the information that was provided. That same information is why we continue to hold the stock. What’s limiting the data at hand is the increased manipulation in the market.

The AMC Community Demands A Fair Market

The reality is very few retail investors are facing losses in AMC and seasoned investors in the community continue to hold the stock.

Why are we holding the stock? Because it’s being suppressed by hedge funds and market makers who get to mold the rules to their benefit.

We’re seeking regulations from the SEC that will prevent short sellers from creating counterfeit shares and stop dark pool trading once and for all.

Once these unethical strategies are eliminated, retail investors will begin to experience the bigger fruit of their trade. AMC should runup as transactions are no longer masked through dark pools.

This is a serious matter that financial platforms nor hedge funds have addressed. However, the community has made enough noise to get CNBC’s Melissa Lee and FOX Business’s Charles Payne to publicly touch base on this very real matter.

Scandals of Ken Griffin lying under oath have awoken Citadel on Twitter after 9 months of complete silence. Boston and Dallas Fed Presidents, Kaplan and Rosengren have been fired after buying securities while creating monetary policies. AMC now stands for more than just money.

The AMC community has been a beacon for change in the markets. Financial institutions are going to realize very soon just how much they have underestimated each and every one of us.

So, Is AMC A Pump And Dump?

AMC is the reason why a new era will be replacing its current leaders. AMC is not a pump and dump, it’s a beacon for change and a fair market.

I’m going to be the first to say you don’t have to own any AMC stock to fight against corruption within our community.

Owning AMC stock is a bonus. We have the knowledge and data to stick to our convictions and make a life-changing play for ourselves and our families, if we want. We don’t need anyone’s validation anymore.

Buying AMC stock is a ticket to the moon, there’s no doubt about that. However, fighting for a fair market will be the community’s legacy.

A chance at a fair market will increase our probability of squeezing shorts from their positions. The weight of the wait would have been worth it.

Whether you decide to buy, hold, or sell your stock, don’t stop fighting for the community. But remember, diamonds are created under pressure. Your voice is a weapon, use it.

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Ken Griffin Lied About Robinhood Communication During Halts

Ken Griffin Lied About GameStop Halts
Ken Griffin Lied About Halts

#KenGriffinLied is trending number 1 on Twitter right now. A document was just released showing messages between Vlad and Robinhood COO, Gretchen Howard, in regards to Citadel making demands on limiting PFOF (Payment For Order Flow) back in January.

The conversation then shows Vlad stating, “maybe this could be a good time for me to chat with Ken Griffin”.

Ken Griffin lied under oath by stating Citadel had no communication with Robinhood in regards to the halts on AMC and GameStop back in January.

Hedge funds have since been overleveraging their short positions while manipulating AMC and GameStop’s stock price through the illicit use of naked shorting and dark pool trading.

Retail investors are now looking at regulators to take serious action.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. You are creating change this very moment. Lets discuss what we need to do to end this market manipulation once and for all.

Lets get started!

Will The SEC Protect Retail Investors From Market Manipulation?

But before I do, if you don’t know who Ken Griffin is, he’s the CEO to the Citadel Securities. This is the hedge fund who’s been betting against AMC and GameStop for months now.

Citadel is what you get if our government’s power was not divided into three branches. See, the problem here is Citadel LLC is a hedge fund, Citadel Securities is a market maker, and Citadel Connect is a dark pool.

You essentially have a tyrant making all the rules for themselves.

Now, many of you have been tagging the SEC, Gary Gensler, and even Potus on Twitter. Now it’s time for the community to see what measures are taken by our government leaders to protect its people.

In the transcript above, you can see the initial conversation between Gretchen (Robinhood COO), and Vlad Tenev (Robinhood CEO). Shortly after we see another transcript confirming the communication between Robinhood and Citadel..

Kenneth Griffin Lied about halts

Jim Swartwout is the President and CEO of Robinhood Securities. In the transcript above he states, “you wouldn’t believe the convo we had with Citadel, total mess.”

And get this, after 9 months of silence on Twitter, Citadel has gone on to lie again stating this is conspiracy theory. Although the transcripts show evidence in plain ol’ English.

The community is fighting for change. Citadel has yet to address their abuse of power through naked shorting and the usage of dark pools to mask bullish moves in the market.

Citadel’s Ken Griffin Lies Under Oath

Ken Griffin Lies Under Oath

Here is the footage of Ken Griffin lying about his team having any communication with Robinhood during the halts back in January.

The cat is out of the bag! Community, we must continue to fight for our rights for a fair market. The SEC has the power to liquidate these overleveraged hedge funds from their positions.

We must demand it. Only then will AMC and GME squeeze. This play, it’s your birthright.

Fox Business On Ken Griffin

In a recent interview with Trey’s Trades, Charles Payne and Trey discuss the matter.

Charles pull up some information confirming about 60% of AMC was traded through dark pools to which he asks Trey if it’s possible AMC’s share price potential could be higher if it did not trade through dark pools.

And of course the answer is that both AMC and GameStop could reach higher potentials if the market was being run based on supply and demand without any dark pool manipulation.

Ken Griffin Lied FOX BUSINESS

My favorite line is when Charles says, “diamonds are created over a long period of time though a whole lot of heat and a whole lot of pressure, are the apes up for it”.

This is why I’ve grown to really like Charles Payne. He’s using his platform to fight corruption in the markets.

Charles Payne has given apes the mainstream platform we need and I’m glad Trey is the ape in our community to pass the message.

Time To Get Loud

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This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for. Will you fight for what’s yours? Share this article with the community, tag our government leaders. It’s time for the MOASS.

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Original publication date: 9/27/2021

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