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How Do Hedge Funds Manipulate The Stock Market?

How Do Hedge Funds Manipulate The Stock Market?
How hedge funds manipulate the market

Hedge funds have been manipulating the stock market for decades.

But it wasn’t until now that a community has risen to raise awareness of market injustices.

The shorting of both AMC and GameStop stock have uncovered a number of nefarious strategies used against retail investors.

What is the SEC doing to regulate these financial entities?

We’re here to find out.

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Overleveraging Borrowed Shares

overleveraged borrowed shares

Hedge funds have an incredible supply of short shares available to borrow.

This advantage has allowed them to manipulate a stock’s share price by initiating short-ladder attacks.

While supply and demand are pushing a stock’s price up, hedge funds short the stock using an insane amount of leverage.

This predatorial strategy has yet to be announced as illegal nor has it been addressed by the SEC.

Off Exchange Trading

Hedge funds and market makers are getting away with being able to trade and swap stock in foreign exchanges where the stock’s price isn’t required to be disclosed.

They’re taking retail orders and, in a way, manipulating the circulating supply by not reporting accurate transactions.

We’ve seen this happen with Barclays.

Stock market manipulation
Barclays CEO, Jes Staley – Hedge fund manipulation

Reports by Finra have been made public detailing multiple fines on Barclays for inaccurate books and records.

Barclays is one of Citadels clearing houses.

Off exchange trading where transactions aren’t displayed on the list market such as the NYSE is a massive problem the SEC is still trying to figure out.

Though the SEC is trying to implement the D-Limit order that will allow stocks to trade under IEX, they’re having trouble from hedge funds and market makers.

Citadel has sued the SEC on this matter, we have yet to receive a public update on the case.

Naked Shorting

AMC and GameStop have had an incredible amount of FTDs, or failure-to-delivers.

These are orders that have not been executed in options, and are usually a result of a ‘short party’ not owning or not having all of the underlying asset.

This has led retail investors to the educated assessment that synthetic shares are floating in the market; shares known as naked shares used to short a stock.

According to Investopedia, “Despite being made illegal after the 2008โ€“09 financial crisis, naked shorting continues to happen because of loopholes in rules and discrepancies between paper and electronic trading systems.”

Naked shorting has gone mainstream with CNBC’s Melissa Lee and Fox Business’s Charles Payne bringing light to this predatorial practice in the market.

Retail investors must use their voice to address these issues to the SEC.

The Use of Mainstream Media Outlets

According to The Fool, you should invest in this or that “instead”.

We’ve seen the headlines countless times.

The Motley Fool is a source that provides its subscribers with hand-picked stocks with potential gains.

With tremendous respect, stick to what you do.

The integrity of this company is to help investors pick winning stocks, not to divert them from a stock due to its potential upside that can cause hedge fund partners to lose billions of dollars.

And that’s exactly what happened.

No matter how many times mainstream media outlets tried to divert retail investors from buying AMC stock, it cost hedge funds a lot of money all year.

And at the same time, a lot of retail investors have a lot of unrealized gains.

This ladies and gentlemen is how the media has tried to manipulate the performance of a stock.

This influence can sway a new retail investor from adding to the surging volume of shares being purchased in the market.

To the new retail investor – make your financial decisions based on your own due diligence.

Not on what media sources get paid to write about.

Yahoo Finance & InvestorPlace

Platforms such as Yahoo Finance & InvestorPlace have also had their fair share of negative headlines to try and divert the public from skyrocketing AMC to the moon.

With InvestorPlace even throwing a jab at GME investors saying, “If You’ve Made Money On GameStop, You’re Not An Investing Genius”.

Perhaps not, but I’m pretty certain these investors are wealthier than the person who came up with that punchline.

These media sources have been discouraging new retail investors from investing in AMC since the beginning of the year although the stock is up year-to-date!

Manipulation In The Stock Market

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Robing Hood? Stock market manipulation

I’m sure you’ve all heard of the Robinhood scandal.

This is another form of manipulation in the stock market caused by the halt of buying power.

Robinhood prevented its users from buying stocks such as AMC and GME (GameStop) during GME’s bull run.

Although restrictions aren’t as tight anymore, we’re beginning to see trusted and beloved companies get exposed as hedge funds worst nightmares become a reality.

Today we’re seeing more people learn about how the stock market moves.

If more of the public is to understand how hedge funds pose a risk to our economy and businesses, we must expose these financial institutions for who they really are.

Read: Why new retail investors investing in AMC should avoid Robinhood

A House of Cards, r/superstonks (Reddit Post)

A Redditor just posted an insane amount of DD on Reddit.

This long form post discusses the transition from paper filled orders in the stock market to the use of computers going tracing back to the mid 80s.

The post reveals the beginning of issuing naked shares.

Weโ€™re also learning that a lot of transaction are being held by the actual institutions that are shorting these stocks.

Robinhood routes more than half of itโ€™s customers to Citadel.

This information has now been disclosed via the Washington Post.

You can read the full Reddit post here.

Treyโ€™s Trades does a quick breakdown on this DD as well.

The video is embedded for your viewing pleasure.

It costs retail investors nothing to hold, but it costs shorts and hedge funds money every day.

It’s only a matter of time before a squeeze occurs, no matter how manipulated the stock market gets.

Related: Citadel loses billions: Hedge funds are getting dragged down

Franknez.com fights The Fool, Yahoo Finance, and InvestorPlace

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Franknez.com is fighting for the community against malpractice from all news media shunning AMC and GameStop.

This platform will serve as a positive media outlet for the community and only spread factual documentation, and news related cited-sources.

I will not encourage retail investors to take a position in AMC.

However, I will outline the facts and evidence to help you make your own personal financial decision.

How can retail investors bring awareness to the community?

Retail investors can expose false information on social media to shine light on manipulation tactics driven by hedge fund partners.

Sharing factual and positive articles relating to the performance or analytics of a particular stock is another way the investing community can stay united.

Franknez.com is a platform for the community.

I am 100% pro retail-investors and I will continue to share DD that point towards an AMC short squeeze as well as any relevant information that exposes malpractice in efforts to raise awareness.

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SR 21-19: The Fed Is About to Impose Massive Margin Calls

SR 21-19 Margin Calls
SR 21-19 Margin Call Requirements

The Fed’s just published a letter under SR 21-19 to supervise and assess the actions that led to the Archegos default by examining financial institutions and their relationships to investment funds.

The Federal Reserve is issuing this guidance to limit risk management.

SR 21-19 is intended for banking organizations with large portfolios and relationships with investment funds, such as hedge funds.

Some of you in the community wanted me to explain what this letter means and so I’m going to be breaking it down for you today.

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Speaking of interesting things happening.

The ape community has attracted the attention of the SEC, mainstream media, and now the Federal Reserve.

It’s worth noting that progress is progress, no matter how slow or long it takes.

Why is SR 21-19 Significant?

SR 21-19 Margin Calls

This federal piece of document is significant for many reasons.

  1. It highlights lack of transparency in the markets.
  2. The letter acknowledges a relationship amongst financial entities and confirms strategic involvement.
  3. It expresses how overleveraging positions pose a major risk towards meeting debt obligations.
  4. And finally, SR 21-19 touches topic on providing proper margin terms to these institutions.

Reserve banks are being asked to distribute this letter to the supervised organizations in their districts and to appropriate supervisory staff.

The board is continuing to review firms’ weaknesses to take further action.

The Feds are looking for a solution that will mitigate risk and prevent hedge funds from defaulting, as seen with Archegos.

Archegos defaulted on March 26, 2021, causing over $10 billion in losses across several large banks.

Today we’re seeing Citadel has lost billions of dollars this year from shorting AMC stock.

The hedge fund has begun freezing any attempts for its clients to pull their investments out by issuing ultimatums that would make it impossible for the customer to return.

And on top of that, a hefty fee for withdrawing their investments.

New Margin Call Terms Are on The Horizon

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It is unclear what the margin call terms will be for these overleveraged financial institutions.

However, the letter states that they will be ensuring that these institutions receive the appropriate margin requirements.

They will either avoid inflexible and risk-insensitive margin terms or extend close-out periods.

Risk-insensitive meaning appropriately raising the margin requirements dependent upon how overleveraged a financial institution is.

Hedge funds shorting AMC and GME stock have amounted an overwhelming number of borrowed shares to short the stocks.

Yet these stocks have remained leveled due to the strength of retail investors.

The feds are about to impose massive margin requirements on overleveraged hedge funds.

Now, we won’t know how long this process will take.

What we do know is that the federal government isn’t taking hedge funds lightly anymore.

And if the appropriate margin terms are too high for hedge funds to maintain, then they’ll be forced to close short positions.

Getting To the Bottom of Synthetic Shares

AMC Synthetic Shares

Will the feds come across the millions of synthetic shares these overleveraged hedge funds have created?

It will be a massive surprise if they don’t.

See, the feds are requiring their supervisors to receive adequate information to fully understand the risks of the investment funds they are investigating.

This includes positions and counterparty concentrations, or a specific sector in which two financial entities are specifically focused on.

Failing to meet transparency will mean the feds will take action on setting conservative terms between the parties.

Identifying synthetic shares in the market is a rabbit hole the feds themselves will have to go down.

My suggestion is for the community to push the Department of Justice to investigate these synthetics.

Raising awareness to these problems in the market is key to sparking a MOASS.

2022 Is Going to Be an Interesting Year for Hedge Funds

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Hedge funds face more scrutiny than ever before in history.

They have created system risk and pose a threat to our businesses and economy.

Hedge funds never saw a community of activists fight them for a fair market.

Retail investors caused Archegos to default and Melvin Capital to lose billions of dollars resulting in a life-line from Citadel Securities.

Melvin Capital has stated that they’re out of the game.

However, financial institutions such as Citadel Securities and Bank of America Corp continue to short AMC stock.

With the feds now involved, 2022 is going to be an interesting year for both hedge funds and retail investors.

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What do you think of the SR 21-19 letter?

Could this federal document be the first step towards the uncovering of synthetics in the market?

Are we closer to margin calls than ever before?

Leave your thoughts below.

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Naked Shorting is Making it’s Way to Mainstream Media

Naked shorting AMC

The illegal practice of naked shorting has now publicly made it’s debut in the mainstream media. CNBC and FOX Business have both acknowledged the manipulation, and the AMC community is loving it.

Aside from that, Benzinga has just publicly announced the illicit activities. But, can they be trusted after several months of bashing the stock and our community?

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Hedge funds have been using illegal tactics such as naked shorting, to drive down the price of ‘meme stocks’.

Naked shorting became illegal back in 2008 when the economy collapsed. Retail investors are questioning why the SEC hasn’t stopped these illegal and unethical tactics on AMC or GameStop. So, what’s naked shorting anyway?

What is naked shorting?

Naked shorting is the illegal practice of trading a stock that is not available or does not exist.

Clearing houses are responsible for allowing or denying these transactions to execute, or go through.

Citadel is a hedge fund that has been shorting AMC Entertainment.

They are also a clearing house which means they hold accountability for allowing these illegal activities to occur in the first place.

The SEC needs to understand that hedge funds have too much power.

Their power must be divided.

CNBC on naked shorting / Melissa Lee

Melissa Lee has been the talk recently on social media regarding the mentioning of naked shorting.

It seems she accidentally let it out on live television.

Melissa Lee Naked Shorting AMC CNBC

I didn’t want to embed the video simply because of the noise. Sometimes noise is just irking you know?

Here’s the link to the video.

The community is speculating it was a mistake on Melissa Lee’s end but I don’t think so.

I personally think she was speaking freely.

The panel did not seem to like it though.

This clip came shortly after CNBC’s interview with Trey’s Trades.

The mention of naked shorts is incredibly helpful to the AMC community because it puts us on the radar at scale with what’s going on.

Retail investors have been filing reports since February regarding the illicit activities.

The question is why did it take the SEC several months to finally make a statement that they were looking into tightening restrictions on short sellers?

Jefferies Prime Brokerage blocks short sellers

Jefferies Prime Brokerage announced they will no longer allow the execution of short sells.

This gives retail investors the momentum they need to continue driving AMC’s share price through volume pressure.

As sources begin to block short sellers, it sends a message.

A message that these brokers will not support these unethical activities.

FOX Business on naked shorting

Charles Payne from FOX Business makes a great point when he questions why the SEC has allowed the illegal activities of naked shorting.

In this video you’ll find just how much FOX Business and its partners are against naked short selling.

Naked short selling was the cause of the last financial disaster in 2008 and could be the reckoning of the market today as well.

It’s amazing to see experts back up the community regarding naked shorting.

This is exactly what retail investors need in order to start seeing some change.

One of the biggest things the community wants to see happen is for margin calls to begin taking place.

Margin calls would essentially force short sellers to close their positions ending this once and for all.

And for the retail investors?

This would mean a short squeeze of a lifetime.

Benzinga Publishes Article On Naked Shorting

Benzinga is one of those mainstream media platforms that has been doing what The Fool and Yahoo Finance do best, and that’s lie to the public about the data our community has been sharing.

Well now Benzinga has published an article regarding naked shorting in AMC.

Should retail investors trust them?

I certainly don’t, but I’m glad our message has gotten through and that’s what ultimately matters.

Naked short selling and FTDs

Naked shorting has been the cause of many fails-to-deliver that were in the pocket and needed to execute.

Because many synthetic shares have been floating around in the market, call options in the pocket that should have gone through never did.

Hedge funds have been cheating the system.

Any fine the SEC gives to these institutions is only an operating expense. The SEC must be investigated by the FBI.

What can the community do about the manipulation?

The community has to be loud. Share this information.

But don’t just share it, voice your opinion too because it matters more than you know.

Tag people in power, tag the news, get things trending.

This generation is the generation to make real change happen.

In 2020 we saw what happened when the community stood up against corruption.

We are powerful united.

Hedge funds must be margin called. And once they are, their power must be divided.

Sign the petition to margin call Citadel here.

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Citadel Loses Billions: Hedge Funds Are Getting Dragged Down

Hedges funds lose billions of dollars shorting AMC Entertainment stock
Hedge funds shorting AMC Entertainment and GameStop continue to lose billions

Hedge funds such as Citadel and Melvin Capital have lost billions of dollars, and fast.

They’re shorting a stock that is no longer on the brink of bankruptcy.

This company is AMC Entertainment and it’s revival is thanks to the millions of retail investors buying the stock.

Citadel is one of the largest hedge fund managers in the world.

And they’ve subsequently managed Melvin Capital to the ground.

Melvin Capital suffered a loss of over 50% its first quarter in 2021 due to shorting AMC Entertainment and GameStop.

At some point you’d expect your clearing house to raise awareness on your risk management right?

When you manage a group of hedge funds, you are responsible for the companies success, and failures.

What’s even more mind boggling is that short sellers continue to go against the tide despite suffering billions.

Citadel might just end up bankrupting some of its partners.

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AMC retail investors now have the lead in this war versus short sellers.

Newcomers are joining subcommunities and doing some detailed digging themselves.

Bigger personalities are talking about AMC Entertainment’s once in a lifetime opportunity.

What collectively started out as a small community back in January is now becoming mainstream.

There’s no going back.

This group of retail investors only know forward.

CNBC shames short sellers

Hedge funds lose billions of dollars shorting AMC Entertainment and GameStop stock

CNBC’s Jim Cramer has publicly thrown short sellers under the bus in a recent video disusing the power of the retail investor community.

“Anyone shorting AMC or GameStop is out of their mind. Wallstreetbets is too powerful, and trying to bet against them right now is just giving them more ammo”, Jim Cramer.

While you’re not wrong Jim, retail investors within the AMC community are known as apes, not wallstreetbets.

Jim Cramer is the host of Mad Money on CNBC and is a former hedge fund manager.

Investors shorting AMC and GameStop stock are estimated to have lost $754 million on Tuesday 5/25 alone, via ORTEX.

ORTEX Short Interest Data Software

ORTEX AMC Entertainment Stock short interest and data

ORTEX is a software that provides the most timely and accurate short interest available.

They provide users with intra day and historical data for days to cover, shares on loan, utilization rate, cost of borrow and free-float on loan.

More hedge funds under Citadel’s management will be incurring loses very soon if they haven’t already.

AMC Entertainment and GameStop stock are just getting started.

When Citadel needs capital to cover positions, who do you think they’re going to collect it from?

They’ve already liquidated accounts in both the stock and crypto markets. Up next, the hedge funds they manage.

Peter Hillerberg Ortex AMC short squeeze

“The sharp price increase can cause short position holders to try to close their positions by buying back the shares, causing additional demand which in turn can cause the share price to go up further.”

Peter hillerberg, co founder of ortex

Recently, hedge fund losses have amounted to more than $100 million on GameStop alone! This news was reported as of August, via WccFTech.

And although new hedge funds are taking short positions in both AMC and GameStop, I’m confident saying hedge fund losses will continue to skyrocket as more retail investors buy and hold these stonks.

AMC Entertainment defies Wall Street analyst predictions

AMC Entertainment’s stock is up more than 1,900% since January. A Wall Street analyst by the name of Rich Greenfield predicted AMC’s stock price would come down to $0.01 back in March.

AMC is currently trading around $40 and TA (technical analysis) charts show a healthy setup for AMC stock.

The Wall Street analyst was last seen blocking members of the AMC community online via.

Twitter after the humiliating prediction .

He has since made his profile on Twitter private.

Retail investors now own 80% of AMC Entertainment

Approximately 3.2 million retail investors currently own AMC Entertainment stock.

AMC Entertainment is the most traded stock in the market at the moment. New retail investors want a piece of the action.

May 28 – Hedge Fund Losses

While older members of the AMC community, known as apes, have gained massive profits recently, they continue to hold their positions.

As more retail investors discover that AMC has the perfect set up for a MOASS (mother of all short squeezes), hedge funds will subsequently lose several more billions of dollars in the coming weeks,

New retail investors buying the stock will have a lot to catch up on.

However, it won’t be very difficult.

AMC’s community is very unified and you can find help from individuals at any given time as well as DD (due diligence) from yours truly, Trey’s Trades, Roensch Capital, and ReviewDork to name a few.

AMC’s market cap: $426M to $20.84B

AMC Entertainment market cap

AMC Entertainment’s market cap has grown immensely since the start of 2020 up until now.

The companies market value has skyrocketed from $426 million to $20.98 billion dollars.

The truth is people want to keep the movie theater business alive.

Retail investors are sticking it to the man who celebrated the economy collapse of 2008.

All while taking the opportunity to make a life changing trade as AMC Entertainment boils for a short squeeze.

This AMC movement is more than just about making money now.

It’s about the power of unification, and the strength to fight corruption in our nation.

Read: How do hedge funds manipulate the stock market

A share recount threatens all short sellers

An AMC recount is a detailed investigation into who owns AMC Entertainment stock.

An AMC share recount will also expose how many illegal synthetic shares have been generated from naked shorting.

This process could last up to a month.

This process coming from a companies upper management could lead the SEC to take more serious action.

A margin call would force hedge funds and short sellers to close their positions resulting in astronomical loses.

For the retail investor holding AMC? A short squeeze.

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How Soon Will Hedge Funds Get Margin Called? (AMC)

How soon will hedge funds get margin called?
When will hedge funds get margin called? #AMCsqueeze #AMCstock

Retail investors all want to know. How soon will hedge funds get margin called? I’m going to be updating this article with new information as it becomes available so be sure to bookmark it.

If you’re investing in AMC or GameStop, this article will prove to be of value to you.

You’ve done an outstanding job. You’ve bought the rips and dips but most importantly, you’ve held on.

Lets go over the data that is currently available regarding margin calls and hedge funds. There are some incredible things happening behind the scenes that you need to know.

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What is a margin call?

I published a piece fully dedicated to what a margin call is in the stock market world some time ago.

In short, aย margin callย occurs when the value of an investors brokerage account falls below the brokerโ€™sย required amount.

This is when a broker demands that an investor deposits additional money into their account so that it meets the minimum requirement.

A margin call is usually an indicator that a security (asset) held in the margin account has decreased in value.

When a margin call occurs, the investor must either add funds to their account or liquidate (sell) some of their assets in that account.

Why does a margin call occur?

  • It may occur when an account runs low on funds usually as a result of a losing trade
  • A margin call occurs when a demand for additional capital is required to meet the minimum margin requirement
  • Brokers may force traders to sell assets, no matter the current market price, in order to meet the margin requirement if the trader does not deposit the funds

If you’re a new retail investor and have recently joined the ape community then you’ve more than likely heard the term margin call before.

A margin call is basically a 50/50% chance a short squeeze may occur on the spot.

However, even if hedge funds are able to keep enough capital in their margin accounts to keep them afloat, at some point they’ll have to cave in.

Hedge funds have lost billions of dollars and this game is only costing them more money each day that passes.

Bloomberg News on Gary Gensler / Margin Calls

Margin call hedge funds

In this video, Bloomberg News discusses Gary Gensler, the new SEC chairman’s concerns of overleveraging and manipulation in the stock market.

This five minute video is important to log because it demonstrates and acknowledges the concerns in the market.

Perhaps the SEC was incompetent in the past to say the least. But it looks like we might be looking at some change here community.

And although this particular video was published on May 6th, below are some things Gary Gensler is already proposing in order to protect retail investors and the overall market in general.

SR-NCSS-2021-002

SR-NSCC-2021-002 AMC automatic margin calls

This proposal from the SEC is massive if it gets approved.

The SEC has heard you and they’ve been looking into hedge funds overleveraging their positions in AMC stock and other ‘meme stocks’.

This proposal would allow an automatic margin call system to margin call hedge funds with overleveraged accounts.

This margin call system will essentially target short sellers on a daily basis and identify whether they are required to raise margin minimums or liquidate their positions.

SR-NSCC-2021-002 APPROVED 6/21/2021

SR-NSCC-2021-002 APPROVED margin calls
SR-NSCC-2021-002 Approved

Community, proposal 002 has been approved. These regulations have been placed in effect.

However, as long as short sellers are able to keep up with their margin requirements then this regulation is rather neutral.

A lot of these rules being put into place play in our favor the more money short sellers lose.

Total Return Swap AMC

The SEC and FINRA have gotten together to review the activity of ongoing overleveraging in the stock market.

Hedge funds could soon face total return swaps per Gary Gensler, SEC chairman.

In a total return swap, the payer (hedge fund) must pay the interest on the underlying assets, plus any appreciation in the market value of the asset.

This sounds a lot like shorts paying all short borrow fee owed on top of the market value of naked shares they’ve traded.

13-F filings and short selling disclosures

There’s a strong possibility that hedge funds also face 13-F filings. This filing will provide the SEC with insight on equity and dark pool disclosure.

Everything now seems to be falling right into place despite the continuous short laddering.

When will hedge funds get margin called?

Charles Schwab has recently raised margin requirements for both AMC and GME stock.

This means that if they are unable to keep the minimum cash required in their margin accounts, they’ll be required to liquidate some or all of their positions!

This would create massive price action to trend in an upwards position.

We know that short sellers are losing millions of dollars every day.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is simply a waiting game.

The point is going to come where they can no longer afford to be negative each day.

This movement is about to get on a whole other level of excitement.

The fundamentals to this AMC short squeeze have not changed.

All retail investors will have to do is hold until short sellers cave in and close their positions willingly, or brokers margin call them.

Charles Schwab raises margin requirements

Charles Schwab raises margin requirements

The broker is adjusting 100% margin requirements for AMC on all long positions, and 200% on short term positions.

As for GameStop, the margin requirement is 100% on all long positions and a whopping 300% on short term positions.

All this essentially means is that short sellers will be required to have more cash at hand as collateral.

So, not only are hedge funds losing a lot of money every day but are now being required to put enough cash into their accounts to cover their entire positions if need be!

You know what happens if they can’t cover right?

That’s right, margin call. Instant liquidation of their accounts resulting in the MOASS we’ve all been waiting for.

Margin calls will result in a short squeeze

At first we might experience what’s known as consecutive gamma squeezes.

These are usually triggered by high volume in the market due to expiring call options in the money or very high purchasing days.

As more short sellers and hedge funds with larger short positions in AMC stock begin to cover, we will begin to experience the beginning of a short squeeze.

A short squeeze could last several days to several weeks.

During this timeframe, the stocks price will continue to skyrocket as more short positions are closed.

It really does feel like we’re coming to an end here.

This new beginning is going to change millions of people’s lives.

NSCC-2021-010

Proposition NSCC-2021-010 allows the NSCC to act as a third party lender to oversee every transaction between lenders.

It prevents short sellers from using naked shorting strategies and from creating FTDs.

This is one of the biggest AMC news yet regarding the stock.

The NSCC is also requiring that short sellers have more cash at hand to limit overleveraging their positions.

This proposal can go into effect at any time but may take a few weeks in case something needs to be revised.

Once approved, AMC stock will surge past $40 leading back to higher levels of support.

When should I exit my position in AMC?

I wrote an AMC exit strategy guide to help the community make a strategized decision on how to sell when AMC squeezes.

I do want to relay that this is only my take on it.

Many of you already have your own exit strategies, I understand this.

Regardless, it’s there if you need it and would like insight from a different perspective.

And lastly . . .

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What Are Dark Pools in Stock Trading? (AMC)

What are dark pools in the stock market?
AMC Dark Pool

Dark pools are somewhat of a mystery to new retail investors. We hear about them a lot within the AMC community, especially through Trey’s Trades. We know that they allow hedge funds to make undocumented trades behind doors.

So what exactly are dark pools? And, is something being done about them? I want to expose this subject today.

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What is a dark pool?

A dark pool is basically a financial forum or platform for trading stocks or other securities. Dark pools are privately organized and are known to be an alternative trading system.

These ATS’s are seldomly regulated.

The concerns regarding dark pools and AMC Entertainment has been that we simply don’t know what these communities are hiding from the SEC. This slimy strategy is what’s known as backdoor buying and selling.

Why are dark pools used?

Dark pools give hedge funds an advantage in the sense that they are able to conceal their moves. We can only speculate what type of information is being hid from the public here. Details within these dark pools are not accessible by the trading public.

This lack of transparency may allow dark pools to conceal information such as:

  • The illicit activity of naked shorting
  • Explanations behind millions of fails-to-delivers
  • Any discussion regarding malpractice in the market
  • Inaccurate filings and reports

Dark pools can very well be the place where short sellers get together to discuss strategies and the ruining of companies.

It could be the reason why we don’t know how many short sellers are shorting ‘meme stocks’ and other information that would otherwise prove a fair market for both institutions and retail investors.

Is the SEC looking into dark pools?

SEC dark pools gary gensler

In a recent article regarding the high possibilities of automated margin calls, I point out some research I found on Gary Gensler, Chairman of the SEC.

He publicly announces that the SEC has been observing hedge fund activities since January and are taking action to regulate these entities shorting AMC and other ‘meme stocks’.

One of Gary’s proposals states that hedge funds could face 13-F filings. These filings would provide the SEC with insight on equity as well as dark pool disclosure.

I trust we will begin to see this new chairman make the right calls. It’s time for change and our generation will be the ones to make it happen.

Dark pools could explain the low short borrow fee

Could dark pools be the explanation as to why the short borrow fee is so low for hedge funds shorting AMC and GameStop? Now, because so much information is in the shadows, this of course is only speculation.

According to Investopedia, dark pools can charge lower fees than exchanges because they are often housed within a large firm and not necessarily a bank.

dark pools Investopedia
via. Investopedia

Why do these large firms (hedge funds) have this much power in the first place? This advantage is completely deceitful and unruly. It really does make you look at the SEC and think why in the world has no one taken action sooner.

Are dark pools illegal?

Dark pools are not illegal but they are certainly unethical. Per the SEC, we can expect real regulation to surround these exchanges relatively soon.

Bloomberg Tradebook

bloomberg tradebook dark pool SEC

The Bloomberg Tradebook is a dark pool that is owned by Bloomberg LP. Bloomberg is a financial media company that has been trashing AMC Entertainment for quite some time now.

Bloomberg has published FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) articles in efforts to scare people out of their money. This raises questions regarding the ethics of these manipulators who gather behind close doors in order to stray the public from squeezing shorts out of their positions.

Other dark pool exchanges

Institutions such as Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs also offer private trading to their clients through the use of dark pools.

The main concern here is that the information that is made public to the SEC can easily be manipulated. Mainly to conceal foul play and inaccurate information.

The information that is available on Stonk-O-Tracker regarding AMC and dark pools is the percentage of trading within these forums/exchanges; which is usually relatively high.

How does this affect AMC stock?

AMC stock

These private exchanges may be illegally trading naked shares behind close doors refraining AMC’s stock price from further climbing. Although AMC is up nearly 3000% year-to-date, hedge funds continue to attack it through sell walls and short ladder attacks.

And since these private forums could potentially have been getting away with inaccurate reports, the possibility of foul play in the market is certainly there.

AMC Dark Pool Trading

Andrew Hiesinger, CEO of Quant Data took to Twitter to expose AMC’s current dark pool trading volume.

Quant Data provides retail investors with real-time options order flow, alerts, dark pool prints & levels, and news. There has been approximately 34 million shares exchanged in dark pools just in today’s trading day (8/18).

This equates to $1,268,475,800.46 in notional value, says Andrew.

Andrew Hiesinger AMC Dark Pool Data

64.21% of trading in dark pools won’t allow AMC’s stock price to reflect the actual price action. This primarily because this amount of trading is done behind closed doors where buy orders aren’t being reported.

This form of manipulation is clouding AMC’s real share price. #DarkPoolAbuse has been trending on Twitter.

Bookmark this article for updated news on dark pool abuse in AMC.

How can retail investors fight these predatory trading practices?

Retail investors have several advantages over hedge funds shorting AMC and other ‘meme stocks’. The community must stay the course if they are to squeeze these short sellers out of their positions.

Not only are hedge funds losing billions, but the SEC has finally begun to implement new regulations that could automate margin calls in overleveraged accounts. I’m personally not worried. These house of cards are falling at the times they should.

Read: 6 things retail investors holding AMC stock should know

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AMC Margin Call: The Squeeze is Inevitable

AMC Margin Call: The squeeze is inevitable 
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Lives are about to change for the new and seasoned holder in AMC stock. With a surge of retail investors in the stock, the SEC is finally cracking down on hedge funds. AMC community, you were loud and they heard you. Here’s why I think there’s an AMC margin call right around the corner.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – the blog that protects retail investors against FUD media. Today we’re discussing margin calls.

Lets get started!

I recently published an article exposing the ‘lobbied SEC’.

The lack of regulation on short positions in AMC has been ignored for too long.

Many of you shared this post on Twitter and used the hashtag #SECdoyourjob.

I’m confident they saw YOU. So thank you for standing up for change because you got their attention.

Everything is falling right into place for AMC Entertainment stock

everything is falling into place for AMC entertainment stock

Hedge funds betting against this stock are destined to lose. Here’s why:

  • AMC’s fundamentals are no longer fragile. Retail investors and institutions alike are buying the stock. AMC Entertainment is experiencing a surge in sales revenue now that the movie theater franchise is open.
  • Shorts betting against the stock have bitten more than they can chew by continuously shorting AMC stock through the use of synthetic shares.
  • Regulators are now taking the necessary precautions to ensure they don’t lose money as hedge funds continue betting against a soaring and bullish stock.

Retail investors now have the higher floor.

The CEO of AMC Entertainment is in touch with his shareholders.

Celebrities such as Chance the Rapper have publicly announced the opportunity of this investment.

And more people are learning how to invest in the stock market through the platforms such as Franknez.com and other subreddit communities.

Wanna know what hedge funds have? Absolutely no respect nor support in the public’s eye.

ICC-2021-007 proposal gets APPROVED

ICC-2021-007 proposal
SEC AMC

This is huge news for retail investors holding AMC.

This document is 9 pages long but I’ve done the DD to help you understand what this proposal means for AMC and how it can trigger a short squeeze.

Approved on 5/18

Many retail investors have been curious as to what this proposal means and why it’s such great news for AMC.

This article is going to provide you with a quick rundown of this new proposal and will be updated as new margin call news begin to develop.

1. Flexibility on margin requirements

This proposal provides brokers with flexibility on margin requirements for institutions (hedge funds) maintaining a position in risky plays, such as a short position in AMC.

If brokers feel a short position is too risky then they can raise the amount of equity required in an account.

2. Regulators request collateral

The proposal ensures regulators have some sort of collateral from all the shorting that’s been occurring.

Regulators want to make sure that hedge funds have enough cash reserves to meet their minimum equity requirement

Risk management is the biggest takeaway from this proposal.

Related: How high can AMC stock price skyrocket up to?

Margin calls everywhere

Regulators are going to start raising margins depending on how risky the plays are for certain institutions.

Their purpose is to limit the amount of leverage hedge funds are able to use.

The ICC does not want to be responsible for closing out closing hedge funds’ positions.

This is where we can begin to see shorts cover their positions.

If an accounts updated margin exceeds the accounts capital, the broker can either margin call them (cover some risk) or completely liquidate their positions until the margin no longer exceeds the capital.

Overleveraged accounts could get margin called

Margin call

Now, because hedge funds shorting AMC are betting against a bullish stock that only knows up, shorting the stock at the moment is ultra risky. Regulators are going to start demanding higher margin requirements as collateral.

Short sellers are sitting on nearly $1 billion dollars in loses, via REUTERS.

A margin call usually occurs when an investment suffers enough losses that the investors margin account goes below a certain amount.

If hedge funds shorting AMC fail to meet a margin call requirement then the broker can begin liquidating their assets without notice.

Regulators will only step in to liquidate accounts if hedge funds continue to take a nosedive in loses.

Furthermore, hedge funds are drowning every day retail investors hold the stock.

Expect a surge in price action and volatility

Retail investors can expect a surge in price action in AMC as well as volatility.

Hedge funds are still borrowing shares to short the stock meaning they have ammo in their arsenal to drive the price down during upticks.

Shorts are going to begin covering their positions as the stock continues to skyrocket and as margin requirements are increased.

A short squeeze is inevitable. Retail investors need to hold, stay the course, and be patient.

BREAKING NEWS: Charles Schwab margin calls short sellers shorting both AMC and GME stock

Citadel buys AMC stock

Citadel buys AMC stock

Citadel just recently bought AMC stock leaving many retail investors curious behind their motive.

Will they try to reduce their loses through a debit and credit scenario where they’re forced to close their positions but also break even from a squeeze?

Or is their motive to sell and disrupt AMC’s short squeeze? Citadel’s motives will become clear as this squeeze begins to unfold.

Why do I think Citadel is going long on AMC?

The entire market is crashing. These institutions are beginning to deleverage. Pretty soon there’s going to be margin calls liquidating accounts left and right. I think Citadel bought AMC long in order to keep the stocks value. They know they’re losing and they know AMC is now a value play.

A margin call will ensure they have no money left so I personally think AMC is Citadels collateral, or emergency fund post squeeze.

Related: What is margin call in stocks? AMC saga

AMC margin call news

The purpose of this post was primarily to explain the ICC-2021-007 proposal in simple ape language for the community.

Be sure to bookmark this article as it will be a foundation to more AMC margin call news and updates.

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Hedge Funds Face Short Sale Disclosure From The SEC

Short Sale Disclosure
Short Sale Disclosure is big news for retail investors

In today’s market news, the SEC is imposing a new rule that would force money managers to periodically disclose short sale reports.

Hedge funds have already begun to retaliate against the rule as it would give away their ‘trading strategies‘. But hedge funds have also been overleveraging their positions in plays such as AMC and GameStop.

How will this rule make an impact on both these short squeeze plays? I want to discuss why this is very positive news for AMC, GameStop, and other ‘meme stocks’.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – I think it’s safe to say most of you have no faith in the SEC. However, I feel like it’s important for us to intentionally look towards regulators to create real change. We cannot be loud and in the end expect nothing out of it. If we’re going to be loud, expect change to be the result of your efforts. Demand it.

Let’s get started!

Gears Have Begun To Move

Why does change take long? Change usually requires a specific amount of energy to begin manifesting in present time.

The energy it takes to change the color of your living room walls will take more time than the energy that is needed to change a lightbulb in your restroom.

Apes have been asking for massive change; monumental change in the markets.

The change we yearn does not happen with a flick of a switch. The change we’re looking to make will affect millions upon millions of people, even after our stories here on earth are done.

For a movement to make history, massive amounts of action and energy are required. Hence the length of real change to become present.

The community has made itself known to real entities with legal power to make change happen. I’ve been saying it for months now, your voice is a powerful weapon against the corruption in this world.

And because of your boldness and your courage, the gears towards monumental change in the markets have begun to move.

What Does Short Sale Disclosure Mean?

A short sale disclosure would allow the SEC to have full disclosure of the amount of shares that hedge funds are borrowing from other institutions to short stocks in the market.

Here’s where it gets interesting.

We know that hedge funds have been overleveraging their positions through phantom shares, or naked shares (non-existent), due to failure-to-deliver data, dark pool trading percentage, and anomalies in intraday charts that push the price down regardless of buyers outweighing sellers.

A short sale disclosure would mean hedge funds by law will be required to show regulators the powerplant behind the curtains if they are to continue these type of operations.

And hedge funds are nervous. We’ve seen hedge funds beg the OCC to delay liquidation, and are now seeing pushback regarding this new short sale disclosure rule.

Short Sale Disclosure Could Eliminate Naked Shorting In The Markets

At least theoretically right? Hedge funds are able to report information to regulators that essentially lands on a ‘safe zone’ type of filing.

Often times market manipulation is overlooked due to the misinformation that is being reported.

A short sale disclosure puts immense pressure on hedge funds. It could prevent them from engaging in illegal shorting strategies.

Failing to do so could open the possibility to regulators suspending these strategies in general. I don’t doubt that in the fight for a fair market this could become a reality.

A short sale disclosure could be seen as a type of audit to monitor hedge fund activities. The anomalies in the market have gotten the attention of Gary Gensler, chairman of the SEC.

And as I mentioned earlier, it takes a lot of energy and time to get the gears moving.

The short sale disclosure rule could be proposed by November next month, via Bloomberg intel.

Community, this is very optimistic news. We can’t keep attacking the very people who can actually impose regulations on this powerful adversary.

We are a very intelligent community. Let’s not self-sabotage our opportunity to make a real and positive impact in the markets.

Could Short Sale Disclosure Trigger Margin Calls?

If buying power is exceeded, or overleveraged, it’s possible hedge funds could face margin calls. Margin requirements could be raised and accounts may get liquidated depending on the short sale disclosure information.

It may sound simple but know that the markets are far from simple. Hedge funds will not go down without a fight.

But if you’ve seen Ken Griffin recently, it looks like the boss battle is almost over.

How Will This New Rule Affect ‘Meme Stocks’?

Take away massive shorting in the markets and you’ll get the real picture of what a real supply and demand market looks like.

If you analyze the technical chart data of AMC and GameStop you’ll find that the price moves down when it should not be moving down.

You cannot compare how massive buyers are compared to sellers in both these plays, yet we see the price of these stocks get driven down when supply and demand should be narrating a different story.

Hedge funds have been manipulating AMC and GameStop’s price action to benefit financial institutions in a market that’s better-tailored for one player.

This is why the SEC is also implementing the Market Structure Modernization rule. Market plumbing has drawn big attention from politicians, investors, and regulators alike.

The SEC will be targeting PFOF and the market dominance of financial firms, including Robinhood and Citadel Securities.

This would be massive! Retail investors do not trust Citadel to process their securities.

Eliminating the flow of transactions to this financial firm could mean a massive difference in FTDs, and even dark pool trading!

However, this rule could come by April. Change takes time.

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

I published this article explaining why I believe AMC will rebound soon. The data has to do with short interest and volume patterns.

A lot of you have shared this article recently and I actually appreciate you for doing so.

I know all too well what it feels like to just want this play to simply pop. Every single one of us has this in common.

Time is on our side, don’t forget to enjoy the present.

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Here’s Why People Are Buying AMC Stock: Investors Guide

Here's why people are buying AMC stock
Why are people buying AMC stock?

By now you’ve probably heard all the hype surrounding AMC Entertainment. If you’ve been following me for a while then you know I’ve been covering AMC since the beginning of February.

It is absolutely amazing to see more and more people begin to invest in the stock market. You can bookmark this step by step guide on how to invest in the stock market in case you haven’t opened your brokerage account yet.

My goal is to help guide you in your journey to becoming financially free.

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Why are people investing in AMC stock?

Why are people buy AMC

People have the chance of a lifetime.

AMC was forced to close its doors to the world when the pandemic hit. AMC Entertainment suffered huge losses and hedge funds began doubling up on their short positions in attempts to bankrupt the company. Their goal was to get rid of the most respected movie theater franchise of all time, profit, and wash their hands clean.

Retail investors gathered on subreddit communities and decided to buy the stock and drive the price up; like they did with GameStop. This teamwork caused a gamma squeeze driving the price action from $2 up to $20. This allowed AMC Entertainment to raise enough capital for bankruptcy to no longer be on the table.

Since then, AMC Entertainment has been able to raise more than $2 billion dollars from life long partners. These partners have supported AMC since the inception of the company 100 years ago.

Retail investors saved AMC and are now looking to squeeze short sellers out of their positions.

AMC is currently the heaviest shorted stock in the market

Analysts discovered that AMC has a massive short squeeze potential. A short squeeze is a massive move up in price action. Short squeezes are violent and may produce 100%, 1,000%, and 10,000%+ gains.

What we discovered is that hedge funds shorting AMC Entertainment were overleveraging their positions. Meaning they were borrowing shares from brokers at an interest to drive the price down.

Short selling is the process of borrowing a share, selling it much lower, and profiting the difference when they pay back their lender. Short sellers usually bet on the price of a stock to tumble.

Here’s an example of short selling

AMC’s stock price was around $30 back in the booming party economy of 2016. Say short sellers borrowed 10 shares of AMC for $300 betting it would drop. Shorts would then sell the stock at the market value of $300 (you and I purchase it at $30) and wait for it to drop in due time. If the stock price fell to $25 per share then the short seller could buy back those 10 shares, profit the difference ($50) and give back the 10 shares they borrowed back to the lender.

AMC stock is going up, what happens then?

AMC stock is going up

Here is what’s attracted millions of retail investors and huge institutions such as Wells Fargo, Vanguard, Morgan Stanley and many more to AMC Entertainment.

AMC stock is no longer on the brink of bankruptcy and it is having an extremely healthy bullish run. The reason we’ve seen consolidation and red days is due to the massive amount of short ladder attacks conducted from short sellers and hedge funds.

A short ladder attack is a method used by short sellers where they transact synthetic shares amongst one another to drive the price of a stock down. This is only one of many ways we’ve seen foul play in the stock market.

Hedge funds shorting AMC are losing millions of dollars every day they don’t close their positions

Now here’s where it gets interesting. What happens to short sellers when a stock they’re shorting is going up instead of down?

The fee to borrow the share from their lender goes up and they’re pressured with two options.

  1. Pay the short borrow fee and continue to hold your short position in hopes the stock price will go back down, or
  2. Close your position, take your profit or loss, and possibly go long instead

Now, hedge funds such as Citadel and Melvin Capital have been quite stubborn. They’ve continued to overleverage their short position in AMC Entertainment to drive the price action down.

However, the AMC community isn’t leaving. It’s personal now and they’re willing to buy and hold the stock until shorts are squeezed out of their positions. Analysts have figured out that retail investors can continue to drive the price action up with enough volume in the stock.

Recently, there’s been a surge of new retail investors buying AMC stock. Short sellers keep tackling the upticks every time AMC soars. However, retail investors continue to buy the dips causing consolidation. AMC stock is currently trading around $40.78. The stock has been on discount recently but it continues to go up.

The data shows a MOASS

AMC Moass

MOASS, mother of all short squeezes.

Brokers have never seen this much shorting occur in a single stock in the existence of the stock market. The data predicts a short squeeze unprecedented like anything we’ve ever seen historically.

This is primarily due to the amount of synthetic shares and overleveraged positions that must be covered during a margin call. A margin call could force shorts out of their position resulting in a short squeeze.

How high can AMC’s stock price go up to? There’s no ceiling. However, more data will be released as the stock begins to squeeze.

Related: How high can AMC stock price skyrocket up to?

Markets are being liquidated

Massive institutions have begun to liquidate assets in both the stock market and crypto market. Retail investors cannot cause the extreme price drop we’re seeing in both markets.

I speculate institutions are building capital to prepare for margin calls or raised margin requirements.

Proposal ICC-007 APPROVED

This proposal provides brokers with the flexibility to raise margin requirements on investors holding risky investments, such as a short position in AMC.

Brokers need collateral. If short sellers cannot meet the margin requirement then they will be forced to liquidate their entire positions, resulting in several gamma squeezes and inevitably a short squeeze.

If margin requirements are raised then shorts will have to either deleverage their positions (gamma squeezes), or fund their accounts with capital. Is this massive selloff in both the stock market and crypto market related to potential AMC margin calls and regulations? I think so.

Read: How soon will hedge funds get margin called? (AMC)

An abundant opportunity

amc money

The reason why retail investors are buying AMC stock is for the opportunity of a lifetime. Not only is the public starting to invest but big institutions on retail investors’ side known as ‘whales’ are bulking up on the stock.

“Beware of the stock” (paid) articles

Platforms such as the Fool, MarketWatch and InvestorPlace are hedge fund affiliates. Retail investors encourage newcomers to do their own due diligence oppose to reading FUD articles (fear, uncertainty, and doubt).

Is it too late to buy AMC stock?

That depends. Look at AMC’s current share price. If it squeezes to $100, $1,000, or even $10,000+ would the trade have been worth it if you bought today at it’s current share price? You decide.

More info on AMC stock

Here’s where you can find more helpful information regarding AMC stocks’ data & predictions, technical analysis.

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On the very top right part of my blog you can see my top 6 articles at the moment are on various AMC posts. These posts go further into detail with DD (due diligence) surrounding AMC stock and the short squeeze data.

Related: Charles Schwab raises margin requirements for AMC and GME stock

Best YouTubers covering AMC Entertainment stock

Trey’s Trades

Credit will be given where it’s due. Trey’s Trades is the man, the leader of this AMC movement. Nothing but tremendous respect for this brother. Take the time to watch his videos, I promise you you will not regret it.

Roensch Capital

For less entertaining but otherwise very valuable information on AMC stock, watch Roensch Capital. RC provides commentary on chart analysis.

ReviewDork

I was quick to connect with Gabe from ReviewDork. His videos are honest, genuine, and entertaining to watch. This channel is currently one of my favorites covering AMC and I know you’ll enjoy Gabe’s videos as well.


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Media Tries To Scare People Out of Their Money: AMC Saga

Media tries to scare people out of their money: AMC saga

The media doesn’t want you to know this because their partners are going to lose a lot of money. AMC Entertainment is the #1 stock in the market right now.

AMC stock is currently up over 2000% this year and hedge funds have lost billions of dollars due to heavily shorting the stock.

While hedge funds such as Citadel and Melvin Capital were profiting with the aim to bankrupt AMC Entertainment, new movie titles are breaking pandemic records netting millions in revenue.

One thing short sellers must understand is that they cannot remove the theatrical experience people yearn for when a new movie comes out.

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Welcome to Franknez.com – the media continues to target new retail investors looking to make real change in their lives. Lets dive into why they don’t want you to buy AMC Entertainment stock.

Lets get started!

Why doesn’t the media want the public investing in AMC?

Articles spreading fear, uncertainty, and doubt (FUD) are produced by the media who are affiliate partners to wealthy hedge funds.

The media fails to mention that AMC Entertainment is a ticking time bomb for a short squeeze. And no, AMC did not squeeze at $70 per share like the media has said it has. That was a gamma squeeze mounting up from momentum.

What is a short squeeze?

A short squeeze occurs when a stocks share price skyrockets up to astronomical numbers.

When a short squeeze occurs, hedge funds lose billions of dollars and may go bankrupt (most get bailed). Unfortunately, these hedge funds take money from pensions and other retirement accounts in order to cover their positions.

AMC has a short squeeze score of 99.93 out of 100 via. Fintel.

AMC short squeeze score fintel

AMC’s short squeeze score fluctuates from time to time and has been in the 80s and 90s for quite some time and has even reached 100/100.

The media won’t mention the extremely high probability of a short squeeze because their job is to write what they get paid to write about. And that’s to write in the favor of its hedge fund partners.

What will an AMC short squeeze mean for retail investors?

If you bought AMC stock back in February, you’re more than likely up several thousands to tens of thousands of dollars or more depending on your position.

AMC stock is up more than 1900% due to high buying pressure from the ape community. Fundamentals have had little to no effect on the actual share price of the stock, although if the market was truly based on fundamentals, AMC should have been at the current share price since the beginning of the year.

The media has attempted to mislead the public by announcing the stock squeezed or doesn’t have a squeeze play setup.

However, AMC’s stock has not squeezed and its short interest data proves AMC has the perfect setup for a short squeeze.

Short sellers have not covered their positions yet. The momentum we’re seeing in AMC is a combination of an increase in retail investors buying the stock, and positive AMC Entertainment news regarding the success of new movie titles and earnings.

These positive news have gotten new retail investors who may not be part of the ape community to buy the stock.

Is it too late to buy AMC Entertainment stock?

An AMC short squeeze essentially has no ceiling. Technical analysists predict AMC’s share price can squeeze up to the thousands of dollars per share and even reach crypto price numbers.

The reason being is that hedge funds have overleveraged their positions so much that when it comes time to close out their debt, closing out their positions will massively increase buying pressure and inevitably skyrocketing AMC to the moon.

We don’t know how many counterfeit shares hedge funds have been borrowing, but we do know that they have been heavily involved in the illegal practice of naked shorting. This strategy is essentially borrowing and trading shares they don’t own to drive the price down.

If you plan on buying AMC stock I strongly suggest you get involved with the community who is spreading this knowledge. The motive is very simple. Retail investors known as ‘apes’ are buying the stock when the price drops, and holding it through lows and gains.

The goal is financial freedom and our movie theaters back.

Why is the media trying to manipulate you?

Hedge funds understand that we are about to go through one of the biggest transfers of wealth in history.

They will do everything in their power to disrupt the community of retail investors sharing DD (due diligence), and mislead the public using bogus headlines. The media cannot scare people out of their money. The community is smarter and stronger than that.

How to prepare for the greatest wealth transfer in history

Forbes published a very good article last year that has key points to what’s occurring today with AMC Entertainment and the stock market.

They mention one-third of Americans will be hit hard by the recession, one-third will barely be able to maintain their lifestyle, and one-third of Americans will get richer.

Forbes warns that the stock market is artificially inflated with the printing of money and automated deposits from retirement accounts. “Hedge funds will sell short and take those dollars”.

Shorts will take pension money in order to begin covering their short positions. Ladies and gentlemen, AMC is the most shorted stock in the market and hedge funds have yet to cover.

The stock market and crypto market are tanking due to hedge funds liquidating (or taking profits) from their positions. I know people who’ve lost their entire 401k’s back in 2008. People are now getting back at the culprits with this trade.

The greatest transfer of wealth in history is about to take place.

How can the public become aware?

Share this post, share the knowledge. There’s a lot of amazing content creators in the community covering this on YouTube.

I’ve published several articles to help new retail investors joining the fight for their financial freedom become educated with what’s occurring.

If you’ve never invested in the stock market before, you’ll have to open a brokerage account and fund it first. Once you set this up it’s relatively easy to purchase your first shares in the market.

Read: How to invest in the stock market (step by step) for beginners

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This movement has given meaning to my blog’s tagline. It all makes so much sense now. Finance, Knowledge, Freedom. This is what I stand for.

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