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The SEC Is Looking Into Citadel Securities’ Business Model

The SEC is looking into Citadel Securities Business Model
SEC has launched inquiry into Citadel that targets part of its business model

Ladies and gentlemen, we’re seeing more of these headlines on mainstream media. The SEC and other powerful leaders are looking into Citadel Securities, calling their business model “politically motivated“.

The crackdown is real. I read what both Gary Gensler’s colleagues and people of opposite views have had to say about the SEC’s chairman.

And they both said the same thing… He’s unpredictable, and someone not to underestimate.

I guess retail investors will have to find out for ourselves won’t we?

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GOP insiders are saying Biden, the SEC, and Warren have all launched a political vendetta against Citadel Securities.

Dems have been working towards implementing serious consequences for Citadel Securities after the Archegos incident.

It comes as no surprise that the party is pressing on.

It’s also important that we see beyond the political parties. Retail investors are fighting for a fair market.

Our community is so diverse that it in the end it doesn’t matter whether the party fighting against market manipulation is republican or democratic.

We need regulators and people with power to impose serious consequences on the market maker.

After several months of voicing your thoughts about the injustice in the markets, Citadel Securities is finally getting the smackdown.

“There’s A Movement Afoot, To Take Down His Empire”

Charlie Gasparino has always been quick to defend hedge funds betting against ‘meme stocks’.

You might know Gasparino for trolling the AMC community on Twitter.

He argues that PFOF (payment for order flow) works and traders get to trade at no commission for it but fails to understand why retail investors want to remove this practice.

Retail investors don’t want Citadel Securities – who’s a hedge fund, market maker, and dark pool, to process their orders.

Watch the short video below.

Fox Business Live Citadel Video

Retail investors want to eliminate the market manipulation that’s been occurring due to the overleveraged power Citadel Securities has over the retail investor.

In short retail investors want to:

  • Eliminating dark pool trading
  • Get rid of PFOF
  • Have regulators look into insider trading
  • Expose and hold those accountable for the restrictions of buying meme stocks earlier this year
  • Liquidate overleveraged hedge funds

Eliminating these threats from the market would allow both AMC and GameStop to naturally skyrocket based on the laws of supply and demand.

The end game? A massive short squeeze.

Here’s How Citadel Securities Has Abused Their Power In The Market

Citadel Securities is one of the top financial institutions shorting both AMC and GameStop.

And while shorting a stock may not be illegal, trading patterns from several technical analysts shows naked shorting has made itself present again after being deemed illegal due to the Great Recession of 2008.

Intraday trading does not align with the actual sentiment of retail investors.

Unprecedented short-ladder attacks from overleveraged borrowed shares have been a way to cheat in the game too.

Retail investors have every right to buy as much stock as they want.

Suppressing the stock’s price action through leverage from banks and other financial institutions to profit on the downside is the biggest manipulation to have been uncovered in the markets.

Dark Pool Trading Must Be Eliminated

AMC dark pool trading has been as high as 60% in the past few months and has traded higher other days.

This advantage allows hedge funds shorting the stock to drive the price down despite the massive buying pressure from retail investors.

These dark pools can mask the buying pressure from retail, allowing hedge funds to manipulate how the trade is recognized through its share price.

Gasparino fails to recognize that investors are fighting against this type of manipulation in the markets.

He fails to recognize that Citadel is able to process orders through their dark pool without having the incredible retail buying pressure move against them.

Betting against a fair market, and especially against these heavily shorted meme stocks is a sign of weakness.

Rather than covering their short positions, hedge funds, market makers, and the banks have all exposed themselves.

A few months ago I said that this wouldn’t get out of hand unless hedge funds allowed it to by not closing their short positions in AMC and GameStop.

I said it would only escalate and here we are! Everyone is looking at Citadel Securities’ Ken Griffin.

“Washington Is Aiming At Ken Griffin”

During the congressional hearing earlier this year, Citadel Securities CEO Ken Griffin was under intense scrutiny.

According to Gasparino, GOP sources are stating there’s a lot of insider talk about Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Gary Gensler going after Ken Griffin.

Citadel Securities processes almost half of all retail orders in the market.

The government is finally waking up to the excessive amount of power this market maker has.

If you’ve been reading FrankNez for quite some time now then you know how much I’ve preached the significance and power of your voice to make change happen.

Everything we’ve endured as a community is beginning to payoff.

Hedge Funds Face Short Sale Disclosure From The SEC

SEC looking into Citadel

The SEC poses a threat to hedge funds through a rule that would enable them to receive short sale disclosure periodically.

The rule may go into effect as early as November. You can read more about it here.

Needless to say, there’s massive change happening in the markets whether we realize it or not.

This change has been happening over a period of 10 months now.

Market regulation that allows retail investors to participate in a fair market could very well be the catalyst for a short squeeze.

By eliminating suppressing forces in the market, we give AMC and GME stock an open runway to move up in a supply and demand play.

Massive buying pressure from retail could force short sellers to close their positions as the price begins to experience larger upswings again.

Apes will have to continue to fight for a fair market and hold the stock if we are to squeeze hedge funds from their positions.

What Other Regulation Do You Want To See In The Markets?

Leave a comment below. What are your thoughts on what’s occurring with Citadel Securities, and what other problems do you think regulators should address?

Have your thoughts changed about the competence of the SEC and Gary Gensler?

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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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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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Gary Gensler Under Fire By Retail Investors [Leak]

Gary Gensler Under Fire By Retail Investors. When Will The SEC Step In
Will Gary Gensler protect retail investors from naked shorting and dark pool abuse?

The heat has been turned up. All eyes are on #KenGriffinLied, Gary Gensler, FINRA, and other regulators.

Financial institutions are calling retail investors conspiracy theorists despite a variety of proof leaked across social media. Transcripts, real messages regarding the manipulation that occurred in the markets preventing investors from buying GameStop and AMC stock are beginning to wake up a sleeping giant.

Retail investors cannot be gaslighted. This attention has reached many finance and business personalities including Charles Payne of FOX Business. And he wants to get Ken Griffin or Vlad Tenev on his show.

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Citadel Securities Denies Allegations

Apes have been raising awareness of the manipulation tactics in the market caused by Citadel Securities, Citadel LLC, and Citadel Connect… yeah it’s the same company.

See, the problem is one branch is a market maker, one is a hedge fund, and the other is a dark pool.

Since Citadel is one of the biggest hedge funds and market makers, it gives retail a massive disadvantage because of how their orders are processed.

One company is shorting AMC and GME stock, the other is creating failure-to-delivers, and the third is hiding buying pressure through dark pool processing and trading.

Financial regulators such as the SEC and FINRA are supposed to be protecting retail investors from this very exact type of manipulation.

The AMC and GameStop community have been looking at Gary Gensler, Chairman and President of the SEC to act. And now, the world is looking too.

“Justice delayed is justice denied”

William E. Gladstone

#KenGriffinLied Files Lawsuit Against Flying Company

The AMC community has been flying banners all year. The community gathered to further spread trending Twitter hashtag “#KenGriffinLied” but was halted from doing so through a law suit.

#KenGriffinLied started trending on Twitter when transcripts of coversations between Citadel and Robinhood insiders took place regarding the halt of trading meme stocks earlier this year.

Ken Griffin under oath said his team had no communication with Robinhood’s team in regards to halting trades. The transcripts show there was communication a day prior to the halts.

You can view them here.

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Robinhood Sold AMC Portfolio Before Halts

More transcripts have come out regarding the communication between Robinhood and Citadel Securities.

Now that you’ve seen the transcripts between Citadel and Robinhood, the transcripts below will make sense. Two Citadel executives confirm the ‘closing only’ positions of AMC, GME, NOK, BB, and NAKD just to name a few.

Robinhood’s COO, Jim Swartwout said in an internal chat “I sold my AMC today. FYI – tomorrow morning we are moving GME to 100% – so you are aware.” This chat is dated from January 26, 2021. Just two days before trading was halted.

Robinhood sold GameStop stock on January 27, 2021 when it was up more than 1200% before halting trading for everyone else. This blatant manipulation has yet to be addressed by Gary Gensler and financial institutions.

When will the SEC step in to protect retail investors?

Robinhood sold AMC stock before halting trading
Robinhood sold AMC and GameStop stock before halting trades

The halting of ‘meme stocks’ occurred on Thursday, January 28, 2021 and trading resumed on Friday, February 5, 2021.

FINRA Bypassed The Market Manipulation

In another transcript, Citadel Securities Senior Vice President discusses with another Citadel executive on the need to inform FINRA of expectations around a plan for PCO symbols and to expect an increase in complain ‘impact’.

These PCO symbols were AMC, GME, NOK, and BB.

Who Is FINRA?

FINRA is a private American corporation that acts as a self-regulatory organization which regulates member brokerage firms and exchange markets.

Check out what their ‘about’ page says:

“FINRA is authorized by Congress to protect America’s investors by making sure the broker-dealer industry operates fairly and honestly. We oversee more than 624,000 brokers across the country—and analyze billions of daily market events.

We use innovative AI and machine learning technologies to keep a close eye on the market and provide essential support to investors, regulators, policymakers and other stakeholders.”

This could very well be the AI technology that Citadel uses to track and predict how investors trade in the market. This advantage could be used against retail investors given that Citadel and other hedge funds have been losing billions of dollars from ‘meme stocks’.

Regulators portray to the world that their jobs are to protect retail investors and to ensure the integrity of the markets.

However, they have proven to merely be a tool for someone else’s gain. I speculate lobbying.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere”

Martin Luther King

Who Oversees FINRA?

The SEC oversees FINRA as well as other financial institutions in the market. They are granted the power and authority through congress to make real change happen.

So why isn’t Gary Gensler taking action?

Missing Gary Gensler Have You Seen Me

Although we’d like to think the SEC is on the sidelines coming up with solutions, we have not heard from Gary Gensler in regards to the market manipulation that continues to occur with AMC and GameStop.

Mainstream media is finally shedding light on these problems. Now we just need our leaders to begin taking action towards a definitive solution.

What Do Retail Investors Want From The SEC?

Retail investors want a chance at a fair market where the stock they are invested in is not manipulated through naked shorting and dark pool trading.

  1. Eliminate dark pool trading
  2. Ban naked shorting / FTDs
  3. Liquidate/margin call overleveraged hedge funds

Hedge funds shorting AMC, GameStop, and other ‘meme stocks’ are preventing retail investors from participating in a fair market.

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen just stated, “there are issues relating to hedge funds and the possibility of leverage..”

You can read the full article here.

Hedge funds are also proving to be the cause of disaster in the markets and are a real threat to the American people.

These financial institutions have been the culprits of devastating economic recessions throughout history. The Feds have just as much of a role to play as the SEC does. The Feds are currently dealing with their own scandal too.

Policy makers are stepping down for illegally trading in securities and playing major roles in monetary policies.

The American people and those who stand by us are holding our leaders accountable. Gary Gensler and the SEC should have taken action many months ago. The next best time to take action is now.

“Injustice alone can shake down the pillars of the skies, and restore the reign of Chaos and Night”

Horace mann

Your Voice Is A Weapon

If you agree that what’s occurring in the markets is a form of injustice, speak out on it. Leave a comment below. Tag government leaders on social media, share this powerful message, make a RUCKUS.

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Fed’s Kaplan And Rosengren Resign In Market Manipulation Scandal

Kaplan and Rosengren resign from FED
Rosengren and Kaplan Resign

BREAKING NEWS: Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan, and Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren resign after trading in securities despite playing key roles in deciding U.S monetary policy, via REUTERS.

This news can explain why so much market manipulation has been allowed. Leaders have been allowing illicit activities to persist in the markets for their own financial gain.

How soon will retail investors be allowed to participate in a fair market?

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How The Fed Took Control Of The Economy

“The central bank is turning into a hedge fund”, says David Rosenberg. This statement alone is quite shocking. David said this about a year ago when the Feds began to pump more money into the markets.

AXIOS believes the market is now governed by an unelected and large independent group of technocrats that directs it by creating massive amounts of money and buying assets with it.

Will people be held accountable? Possibly to a certain degree. I believe we will see more people walk out with millions to billions of dollars instead of serving prison time.

Regardless, our country needs a new generation of delegates and people in power.

Both Kaplan and Rosengren are under high scrutiny for buying and selling millions of dollars in individual stocks. According to WSJ, 11 out of 12 Fed banks disclosed the financial profiles of their leaders.

Is The Fed Fit To Serve Its People?

Fed chairman Jerome Powell noted his displeasure with the trading controversy, saying “no one is happy about it”. Jerome vowed new rules would be put in place.

Both Kaplan and Rosengren said they would sell all their individual stock on September 30th. Kaplan and Rosengren both actively traded stocks and other investments while also helping to set monetary policy.

I mean, we can’t let two people give the Feds as a whole a bad rep, can we? Be sure to subscribe to the blog for more market and finance news.

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AMC Continues To Be The Most Shorted Stock In The Market

AMC continues to be the most shorted stock in the market
AMC stock continues to be heavily shorted

AMC Entertainment stock has caused havoc for short sellers shorting the stock. Hedge funds have proven to lose billions of dollars from the ongoing ‘meme’ stock frenzy.

Momentum stocks, as I like to call them, are more than just plays for money. Retail investors have conjured up a real movement for change.

And although mainstream financial news platforms say it’s over, it’s far from it. Hedge funds betting against AMC just borrowed more than 4 million shares to short the stock.

They just dug themselves a deeper hole.

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Is AMC Stock Shorted?

Short sellers just borrowed more than 1 million shares to short the stock. Although AMC has had major buying pressure all year, shorts continue to attack retail and the company.

The community wants to see chairman of the SEC, Gary Gensler, take action towards banning activities such as naked shorting, dark pool trading, and PFOF.

The SEC was created in 1929 after the infamous Stock Market Crash of 1929 to protect retail investors against the manipulation from hedge funds and short sellers. However, it was established in 1934 with the passage of the Securities Exchange Act, a law formerly governing the trade of securities.

Overleveraged positions in the markets have been the cause for economic meltdowns resulting in significant losses for the American people. Our government has always had the power to fix the biggest problems retail investors currently face.

Why no real regulation has truly protected retail investors is the big question. Talks of ongoing investigations have risen but actions will have to speak louder than words.

AMC’s stock price continues to be suppressed through overleveraged means only hedge funds and short sellers have access to. The ape community has sparked a movement towards fighting for a fair market and aren’t going anywhere until real change has occurred.

How Can We Appoint New Leaders In The SEC?

Members of the SEC are appointed by the President of The United States himself.

The SEC is headed by a five-member board of commissioners. Members are appointed by the president with the advice and consent of the United States Senate.

The president does not have the authority to remove members once they are confirmed. No more than three commissioners may belong to the same political party. The president appoints one board member to serve as chair.

Change will only happen if we the people voice our concerns publicly. We have the right and the power to overthrow any form of incompetent government.

We must let these powers know that we see them and understand that they have the power to make things right. There are more than 4 million of us in this community. Our voice is our strength.

Will AMC Continue To Run Up?

I’ve been in this community since early February and the sentiment has not changed. 80% of AMC’s float is now owned by retail investors and the movement keeps growing. The stock market is based on supply and demand, and so retail investors are in command.

Although AMC’s share price is being suppressed by heavy shorting in the market, AMC Entertainment stock will continue to run up as long as retail investors continue to buy the stock.

Which isn’t going to be a problem by the way. AMC is more than just a stock, it’s a movement.

Hedge Funds Will Continue To Face Mounting Losses

There are no signs of retail letting off the gas pedal. Investors in the ape community continue to buy the dips and hold their stock no matter the pressure.

Short sellers have already lost billions this year and continue to mount losses in liquidity and debt.

Betting on this stock, the company, and its massive community has been a terrible financial decision.

What Financial Institutions Are Shorting AMC Stock?

AMC Entertainment is currently being shorted by numerous hedge funds and financial institutions. Here’s a list:

  1. Simplex Trading LLC
  2. Susquehanna International Group LLP
  3. Citadel Advisors LLC
  4. 683 Capital Management LLC
  5. Anchorage Capital Group LLC
  6. Group One Trading LP
  7. Wolverine Trading LLC
  8. Bank of America Corp DE
  9. Millennium Management LLC
  10. Piction Mahoney Asset Management
companies shorting AMC stock
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AMC Has Changed Millions of Lives

AMC Entertainment has changed the lives of movie goers through the theatrical experience we’ve all missed since the lockdowns. The company has unintentionally sparked a movement greater than ourselves, resulting in the resurrection of the movie theater industry during the process.

And it’s changed the lives of millions of retail investors, netting significant profits to majority of its shareholders.

Whether you’re holding for a short squeeze or to be part of a community with a movement, you cannot deny AMC has attracted change. So, lets continue to be that change the world and our community needs.

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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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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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How Do Hedge Funds Manipulate The Stock Market?

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How Does The Media Manipulate The Stock Market?
Trusted and beloved sources show their true colors

We’ve recently seen a lot of misleading headlines in attempts to alter the course of the inevitable. Today we’re going to talk about AMC and how hedge fund partners are playing dirty to steer the public from the free trade. So, how exactly do hedge funds manipulate the stock market?

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The power of the media: MarketWatch removes AMC as the most shorted stock

The investing community knows AMC has been the most shorted stock in the market for quite some time now. However, on Wednesday February 24, it simply disappeared from MarketWatch’s website.

Stock Market Manipulation - MarketWatch

AMC was not assorted to a place on the list, the ticker was simply removed from the eyes of the curious retail investor.

You can see it for yourself here –> Link

And no, the ticker symbol all the way at the bottom is not AMC theaters.

Why MarketWatch removing AMC from the list is manipulation

It’s a no brainer hedge fund partners need to stick together. When AMC squeezes, hedge funds are going to lose a lot of money.

Retail investors know this. It’s the newcomers who are looking to invest in AMC that are going to be misguided. See, the more people invest in AMC means the more the share price is driven to the moon. Something hedge funds betting against AMC cannot afford.

According to The Fool – You should invest in this or that “instead”

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 it’s potential upside that can cause hedge fund partners to lose billions of dollars.

For quite some time now we’ve been seeing The Fool attempt to divert the public from getting in on AMC stock by pumping negative headlines.

This ladies and gentlemen is how the media can 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 we’re 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!

AMC’s average volume is now 57.5 million

AMC’s average volume is now a whopping 57.5 million. Retail investors have been holding and buying through red and green days.

The heavy volume is a sign retail investors continue to be bullish on AMC stock.

What is a short ladder attack?

A short-ladder attack is a strategy performed by short-sellers where they bid on the stock at a significantly lower sell price and purchase it from one another. Thus, driving the share price lower.

Retail investors have seen this tactic from hedge funds for quite some time now.

Manipulation in the stock market

Manipulation in the stock market - Robinhood
Robing Hood?

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.

The stock market is no longer their playground. We’re now seeing more people learn about how the stock market moves. This is revealing a lot of unethical behavior on the hedge funds side that should be deemed as illicit activity.

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 discuses 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. We’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 it’s customers to Citadel. This information has now been disclosed via the Washington Post.

You can read the full Reddit post here.

Trey’s Trades does a quick breakdown on this DD as well. The video is embedded for your viewing pleasure.

With all this in mind, manipulation in the stock market has been able to keep AMC’s share price below $20 for the longest time. AMC is currently consolidating at $36 per share.

I also included this DD on the post, “Why hasn’t AMC squeezed yet?“.

Barclays is fined for inaccurate books and records

Stock market manipulation
Barclays CEO, Jes Staley

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

Barclays is one of Citadels clearing houses. Although the fines won’t make a dent in their pocket, the unethical behavior of these clearing houses continue to be exposed.

This isn’t the first time Barclays has run into issues with fraud. There just simply hasn’t been a community to be loud about these investigations. Retail investors are now sharing this information and bringing light to all malpractice.

Positive news for retail investors

Melvin Capital hedge fund manipulation
Melvin Capital suffers a 49% loss its first quarter in 2021

With all this being said, retail investors should be aware that one the biggest hedge funds shorting AMC and GameStop have suffered a 49% loss their first quarter.

This ladies and gentlemen is justice. As long as both retail investors and shorts continue to hold, hedge funds such as Melvin Capital will continue seeing massive loses.

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

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.

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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.

Read: A message to the SEC on fails to deliver (AMC)

How can retail investors bring awareness to the community?

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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.

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

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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.

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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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CNBC’s Melissa Lee Speaks Out On Dark Pool Manipulation

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Melissa Lee Dark Pools – AMC & GameStop Stock

Melissa Lee is a reporter and news anchor for CNBC and is currently the host for Fast Money. Fast Money is a program that provides traders with information that is usually reserved for the Wall Street trading floor.

Melissa Lee has been highly appreciated by a very special group of retail investors in the AMC and GameStop community. For months now, these two groups have been uncovering the manipulation in the stock market.

The facts are AMC and GME stock should have naturally risen to higher prices. Hedge funds have been able to suppress the stock price by naked shorting it in dark pools (unregulated trading exchanges using synthetic shares).

And now the seeds the community planted early this year are bearing fruit. We’ve been heard.

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SEC Is Looking Into Dark Pools

Melissa Lee took to twitter to share an important piece of information related to dark pools and stock market manipulation. She shared a video of Gary Gensler, Chairman of the SEC, in an interview with CNBC.

“SEC IS looking into dark pools and how so much retail volume is being sent to wholesalers/ off exchange”. Click play on this video, MUST WATCH. Shoutout to Bruce Wayne on Twitter for sharing this.

Gary Gensler is asked what will the SEC do about Reddit and TikTokers promoting stocks and crypto within the community. He says, “it’s trying to foster good debate and dialogue just like on this program here, about investing, and the retail engagement is positive“.

In other words, the SEC has absolutely no concerns with us retail investors. They’re priorities at the moment are looking into hedge funds cheating the markets.

“We’re taking a real close look at market structure”. In THIS SPECIFIC VIDEO shared on Reddit (a little longer), one commentator even stutters in disbelief of the conversation that just took place.

This is a massive win for retail investors holding AMC, GME, SNDL, and BB stock. These heavily shorted companies should begin to see an upwards trend in price action very soon.

Prohibiting FTDs And Naked Shorting

The NSCC has been working with the Feds and SEC to regulate and prevent FTDs and naked shorting from occurring in the market. Proposal NSCC-2021-010 will allow AMC and GameStop to run their course without interruption.

I’ve been saying for months now that our community has the power to make change happen. If you’ve ever shared a TA video, an article, voiced your opinion on social media, and have fought for the community, you made this happen.

And I’m confident once AMC and GameStop squeeze the community will only grow bigger. 2021 is the year the ape community was established. We’re not going anywhere, we will be here for one another when opportunities present themselves.

And when justice is required, we will take action.

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Why New Retail Investors Should Avoid Investing With Robinhood

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There’s been a surge of new retail investors questioning why they should ditch Robinhood or avoid it. Seasoned retail investors holding AMC stock have been guiding newcomers in order to help them prepare and maximize their profits for when AMC squeezes. I’m going to go through a number of reasons why new retail investors investing in AMC should avoid Robinhood.

If you hold AMC stock in Robinhood or are thinking of investing in AMC then this article is perfect for you.

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If you’re new to the AMC community be sure to read the articles on the side of this page under ‘Top Posts & Pages’ to catch up on everything there is to know about AMC’s short squeeze, market manipulation, and the stocks data.

Robinhood app origin

Vlad Tenev Robinhood
Vlad Tenev, Robinhood

Robinhood is an American financial services company that was founded in April 2013 by Vladimir Tenev and Baiju Bhatt. Robinhood is headquartered in Menlo Park, California. The app was introduced in March of 2015 and offered commission-free trades of stock and other funds to its users making it an extremely attractive choice for new retail investors.

Robinhood for the most part had a very positive and outlook and following since its inception. So what happened to this beloved company and why are retail investors investing in AMC Entertainment staying clear from this trading application?

Robinhood halts GameStop
Robinhood halts trading

Lets get you caught up.

Robinhood restricts purchasing of GameStop and AMC stock

Thursday, January 28th, 2021 – Robinhood halts purchasing of GameStop, AMC, and BlackBerry stock.

On Thursday, January 28th Robinhood announced it would restrict retail investors from trading in GameStop, AMC, and even BlackBerry stock.

This single handedly move would leave new retail investors baffled with their beloved trading application.

The catch with Robinhood trading halt

Robinhood AMC GameStop

What left retail investors more puzzled was the fact that Robinhood halted the purchasing of ‘meme’ stocks but not the selling of them. This halt affected GameStop’s momentum. The act of selling would play in hedge funds’ favor.

Retail investors were quick to make their concerns public and went as far as to connecting the dots on their own. The Reddit community suspected foul play and the information that was discovered only confirmed more market manipulation.

The connection between Robinhood, Citadel, and Melvin Capital

Connection between Robinhood, Citadel, and Robinhood

The Reddit community discovered that Citadel is Robinhood’s clearing house. This means that this hedge fund shorting AMC and GameStop stock has direct access to processing retail investors transactions. Citadel lends money to Melvin Capital who shorts these stocks.

Both Citadel and Melvin Capital have denied having anything to do with Robinhood’s decision to halt trading but this connection has severed the bond between Robinhood and it’s users investing in AMC and GameStop stock.

Hedge funds lost billions of dollars when GameStop squeezed and are currently losing millions of dollars every day from holding AMC.

Read: When do shorts have to cover their positions? (AMC)

Robinhood protects hedge funds

Vlad Tenev has denied the idea that halting trading was done in order to protect its hedge fund affiliates.

It’s from this simple statement that retail investors lost all respect for the Robinhood CEO. Robinhood stands for taking from the rich and distributing the wealth amongst the poor.

Robinhood’s ethics shattered its trust with the Reddit community by proving otherwise.

Read: How do hedge funds manipulate the stock market?

When a public figure messes up big time, the first step towards correcting your mistake is to be honest about it.

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Has the SEC done anything to regulate the manipulation?

SEC

In short, no. Members of the SEC have more than likely been lobbied to ease regulations.

The AMC community has recently gotten together and shared their concerns via Twitter generating the hashtag, #SECdoyourjob.

I wrote an in-depth article on the SEC which many in the community have shared and tagged them directly. You can check it out here.

Since the publish of this article, we’ve actually seen the SEC raise some concern regarding the excessive shorting hedge funds continue to practice on both AMC and GameStop stock. We’re making progress apes.

Warren Buffett expresses his concerns about Robinhood

Warren Buffett warns new retail investors the potential of losing a lot of money through Robinhood calling it a gambling app.

Graham Stephen goes more into detail about what Warren had to say during his annual conference and also provides insight on Robinhood’s cancellation.

Robinhood just got cancelled

Robinhood just got cancelled – Graham Stephen

This video goes into other details as to why Robinhood is losing its reputation other than the reasons mentioned on this article.

Why should retail investors investing in AMC ditch Robinhood?

AMC Entertainment stock has the perfect setup for a short squeeze. The biggest concern the AMC community has is that Robinhood is going to halt trading AMC stock once it moons.

If this happens, say goodbye to the opportunity of a lifetime.

What broker should I invest with instead?

There a numerous broker accounts you can use. I personally use Vanguard. Some of you may know Vanguard from being one of the biggest AMC shareholders in the market. They’ve been adding to their position all year and have proven to be an outstanding broker.

Here’s a list of other brokers you can use to invest in AMC:

  • Fidelity
  • Charles Schwab
  • ETrade
  • TD Ameritrade
Robinhood Vanguard

I published an article on how to invest in stock market step by step using Vanguard. If you know friends or family who are curious about investing but haven’t pulled the trigger, link them to save you the time teaching them.

How to transfer stocks out of your Robinhood Account

If you hold AMC stock in a Robinhood account and are afraid they might restrict you when AMC squeezes, you can transfer your stocks out of Robinhood using their Automated Customer Account Transfers Service (ACATS) to other brokerages.

Note: If you transfer all of your assets over to another brokerage, Robinhood will close your account.

Is there a fee to transfer stocks out of Robinhood?

Yes. Robinhood charges its users a $75 fee to transfer your assets out of Robinhood.

How long does it take for my assets to transfer out of Robinhood?

Robinhood users are experiencing up to 4 days for their assets to transfer out of their broker account. The time it takes for your assets to show up on your new brokerage account may vary.

What you can do to speed up the process is setup you new brokerage account ahead of time in order to avoid delays.

What if I miss AMC’s short squeeze?

Analysts such as Trey’s Trades are anticipating AMC’s short squeeze can last several days to even several weeks.

If you’re nervous about transferring your assets here are other solutions:

  1. Open an additional position with a different brokerage.
  2. Transfer some assets into a new brokerage.

AMC’s short squeeze is still unfolding. The stock has the perfect setup and we’re finally beginning to see things play out in the retail investors favor.

Although we can’t calculate for certain the date the squeeze will occur, the data does seem to advise it’s close.

AMC short squeeze prediction

AMC short squeeze prediction

Although a short squeeze can happen at any moment, my instincts are telling me we have anywhere between August-October to see this come to fruition.

We know that hedge funds are able to prolong closing their positions while lowering their short borrow fee rate. They’re also very good at manipulating the stock price using dark pools.

Read: How soon will we see an AMC short squeeze?

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