Biden’s executive order 14032 replaced Trump’s executive order 13959 last year.
Executive order 13959 prohibited financial institutions to use Chinese securities as collateral, momentarily.
This propped up margin calls because of the large exposure our financial institutions have to Chinese securities.
When these securities were no longer accepted as collateral on January 27th, 2021, AMC stock surged.
The order was shortly amended (moved) to May 27th, 2021, where AMC stock had its second surge, reaching an all-time high of $72 per share only a few days after.
Biden then shortly passed executive order 14032 which gave institutions their collateral back for 365 days on June 2nd, 2021.
Well, those 365 days are coming to an end, and it seems June of 2022 could be a big month for AMC stock.
Let’s discuss it.
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No dates, only info
I’d like to make clear that the information provided in this article is merely only information backed by real government documents and data.
This excerpt is not to confirm a specific date where we can anticipate AMC stock to move up in price action, but rather acknowledge what’s happened in the past that could very well occur today.
Redditors were wondering whether there was a document that confirmed the replacement of executive order 13959.
And here it is – the order was replaced by executive order 14032.
One of the biggest differences between these two orders is that the previous executive order affected a total of 30 securities.
Executive order 14032 will affect more than 70 securities.
You can view the list of companies here.
Executive order 14032 is to go into effect on Friday June 3rd, 2022.
Will executive order 14032 trigger a short squeeze?
Given the nature of the rule, executive order 14032 will prohibit institutions to use Chinese securities as collateral, which will result in large margin calls.
When executive order 13959 disarmed institutions with this collateral in January of 2021, AMC surged to $20+ per share.
The order was amended as stocks surged resulting in sharp declines, giving institutions this collateral back.
The amended date moved to late May, where we saw AMC reach an all-time high of $72 per share.
Institutions were then given their collateral back on June 2nd for a period of 365 calendar days.
This collateral will no longer serve institutions on June 3rd until the order is amended again.
The expiration date in early June leads us to conclude we will see major short covering in heavily shorted securities such as AMC stock.
And because the list of Chinese securities being affected has increased, this means the amount of collateral that will be removed has also drastically increased.
If history repeats itself, this next surge will be massive.
That’s not even taking into consideration the next amended date.
Will this executive order lead to MOASS?
I’ve mentioned in previous articles I don’t think institutions will be held accountable for synthetics, but I hope I’m wrong.
One thing I do know is retail investors will need to keep an eye out on AMC’s short interest data to identify whether short sellers are calling it quits or sticking around longer.
No matter how high AMC’s price surges, the short interest data essentially provides investors with insight on how much fuel is left in a short squeeze play.
When AMC rose to $72 per share, the short interest had dropped to 16% from 20%.
AMC’s current short interest is 21.57%.
We’ve also seen that AMC short sellers have hit a record high number of shares on loan.
This means they owe more shares today, than they did AMC surged to $20 and $72 per share.
A third runup will be huge for AMC stock.
Only time will tell whether executive order 14032 is the catalyst or not.
AMC is going to reach a new ATH
I believe AMC is going to reach a new all-time high from its previous record high of $72 per share.
Simply because the data is there.
The data that told us AMC was going to $20, then $72, and now even higher, is still there.
It’s just taking longer than traders would like.
But despite how long it takes, you can’t change the data.
You can’t change the fact that short sellers now owe lenders more than ever before.
And at some point, these lenders will need their money back.
Executive order 14032 seems like a highly likely trigger for AMC stock.
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