Data shows retail investors aren’t selling their AMC or GME stock, yet both stocks continue to plummet.
Are their share prices being manipulated?
Retail investors have been at war with hedge funds since the buy button was deleted from purchasing ‘meme stocks’ back in January of 2021.
Regulators such as the SEC have been under fire as well.
The SEC announced they would be voting on hedge fund disclosures, the vote was approved 3-1.
Keep reading for the latest AMC and GameStop market data.
Welcome to Franknez.com – the blog where you can digest content on trending stock, crypto, and market news. Today we’re discussing market manipulation and anomalies in both AMC and GME stock.
Let’s get started!
I want to give a massive shoutout to the retail community who has been bringing light to this information.
Without you, the community wouldn’t be what it is.
AMC Market Data
The yellow you’re seeing in this market data by CheddarFlow is identifying the strength in buying and holding AMC stock.
The blue line you’re seeing is AMC’s trading price decline.
The price does not reflect the true demand for the stock; in other words, retail investors are not selling AMC stock.
So, why is AMC stock’s share price plummeting although retail investors continue to buy and hold the stock?
This anomaly seems to be blatant market manipulation.
Not only have hedge funds faced intense scrutiny for playing dirty, but many have defaulted or are losing money betting against AMC and GameStop.
Here’s what an accurate chart analysis of how this pattern should be in sync.
As you can see in this market data analysis, Peloton’s blue line (price) matches the yellow pattern of investors selling the stock.
This is an accurate representation of what a sell-off looks like when compared to the price of a stock.
When comparing Peloton’s market data vs AMC’s, we can clearly identify that AMC’s share price is being manipulated.
AMC shareholders are not selling their AMC stock, but rather hedge funds are using loopholes to drive the share price down.
What about GameStop (GME)?
We’re seeing the same market manipulation in GameStop as we are with AMC stock.
GME shareholders continue to buy and hold the stock as hedge funds manipulate the share price by tanking it.
Naturally, the demand seen by retail investors should be driving AMC’s and GameStop’s share price upwards, not downwards.
AMC and GME share price are synthetic
When comparing both AMC and GameStop’s data to Peloton’s sell-off, we can only conclude that AMC’s and GameStop’s share prices are synthetic.
They do not reflect the demand in the stock market nor the psychology and sentiment within the communities.
The ape community has always been right when it comes to the nefarious strategies used to suppress the share price of these stocks.
Both AMC and GME stock are heavily shorted at 20% short interest according to Ortex.
However, the short interest reported can certainly be much higher that what Ortex, S3, and Ameritrade are being given to report.
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What does this mean for retail investors?
Retail investors who own shares in both AMC and GME stock have been experiencing a slow bleed in the markets.
The drops seem to be synthetically produced and are out of retail’s control.
Raising awareness of this market manipulation is the best fighting chance retail investors have.
There’s a massive suppression preventing AMC and GME stock from running a natural course based solely on supply and demand.
All activists fighting for a fair market should remain headstrong in creating change.
Lifting this suppression will drive both these stock’s share price up inevitably forcing short sellers to close their positions.
Thanks to @therealdarkpool on Twitter for pulling up this data.
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