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Stock manipulation? Just been following these stocks for a while and they have been fairly matching. Just want opinions as to what might be happening? ETFs being shorted? More knowledge is greatly appreciated!

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  41. Charting the path of a stock (26/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello everyone! I'm still pretty new to stock trading and I was wondering what you guys normally look at before finding your entry positions? I love learning new things so any advice you offer is greatly appreciated.   submitted by   /u/Jermac102 [link]   [comments]
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  42. Quick question with some background (19/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Assume that there’s a stock that has been shorted into oblivion and now here exist more shorted shares than actual total shares. Now the people who shorted the stock into oblivion need to buy back all the shares multiple times over. However, since the shares shorted were synthetic, there isn’t enough money to close out of the short positions. These people then go bankrupt and hand over the bill to the DTCC. Now there are rumours that the DTCC has insurance coverage up to $60 trillion, however there is no proof of that. So the only way the shorts could be covered is by printing more money. This could then lead to hyperinflation. Now that brings me to my question. How does one protect themselves against hyperinflation? I know about investing in real estate, commodities and treasury inflation protected securities but is there something else that can be used as a hedge against hyperinflation? Ps. Not here to discuss if the situation above is probable or not. For the sake of the conversation, let’s just assume that it’s very unlikely. Any advice is appreciated. Edit: a user pointed out that I’m talking about the devaluing of the currency and not hyperinflation. Still have the same question tho   submitted by   /u/BoomerBillionaires [link]   [comments]
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  43. ETF will reverse split: Don’t know if to sell or not (11/04/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hi, JP Morgan has reverse split half of their foreign ETFs, so the price of my position has doubled but I also know that this is considered to be a bad situation for stocks. But is this bad for ETFs, or more specifically BBJP? Historically, the ETF has traded between 22 ~ 24, though its hit an ATH over the last month. Not looking for financial advice, just opinions!   submitted by   /u/Merkypie [link]   [comments]
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  44. $TAL gonna keep going up and up, Institutions own 83% of the stock, was heavily shorted on Monday with 15% totals short. Regulatory scare last friday was a purposeful market manipulation that U.S. Investors were suckered into, but never fear ???????????? a (29/07/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
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  45. NUGT help needed (28/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I started trading During the pandemic peak. I made some good money on nugt. Now I’m loosing big time and need help. I recently thought it would be a good buy back when the capitol riots happened and the uncertainty of how the inauguration would go. I purchased 200 shares at $71.00 Since purchasing the stock has only went down. It spikes every once in a while but never gets back to where I am even or show a profit. I am currently down 4000$ on this position and need advice. Some people say that gold will spike once the inflation hits but the chart doesn’t look promising. Should I hold this or should I sell this and just take my loss on the chin. I have come to accept I am probably going to have to take the L but just didn’t know if anyone here may have some Opinions on what I should do. Any advice is greatly appreciated.   submitted by   /u/travist24 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Are international ETFs really worth it? (26/07/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I have a decent amount in VT, but after doing some reading, it seems like international funds always underperform in comparison to US funds over time. I understand the aspect of diversification is there but is it the lowered risk really that significant in comparison to just putting all my ETF holdings in US funds? Any and all opinions are appreciated!   submitted by   /u/chrism-6 [link]   [comments]
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  47. ETFs vs. Individual Stocks (23/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    What are the pros and cons of ETFs and Individual Stocks? Which do you prefer and why? If you've been investing for a long time, please feel free to share your personal experience and what successes and setbacks you've had with ETFs and/or Individual Stocks. I personally own more individual stocks, but I definitely want to dabble a bit more with ETFs for diversification purposes.   submitted by   /u/JayJay516 [link]   [comments]
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  48. Complaints about market manipulation and shorting (22/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Ever since the [redacted meme stock] event, I see a lot of complaints about market manipulation and shorting. Every time a stock is “supposed to go up” but isn't there are always people claiming the market makers and shorts are ruining it. The say the shorts are idiots and will soon get fucked. Did you know that retail investors can short stocks? It's not that hard to open up a margin account. Of course there are also put options but that has other variables and risks and not every stock has options. Have you ever thought maybe you're the idiot for buying a stock that's way up or overvalued instead of shorting it? Either don't take the risk of shorting or don't buy when a stock is inflated. Stop bitching about market manipulation and shorting. Maybe your stock isn’t going up because it has no revenue and already gained 200% on speculation the company has the next cure for cancer. This is just the aftermath of meme stocks and a huge bull run. People think they can make easy 100% gains consistently. Do your research on what you're buying before listening to erectsimp69 on Reddit. Do your research on how the market works if you want to be a successful investor long term unless you’re ok with just gambling.   submitted by   /u/whiterhinoqueef [link]   [comments]
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  49. Nexoptic NXO (11/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    This is a low volume stock, but this is not to pump the stock and only to ask questions about it. Sorry if this goes against the rules. For anyone not familiar with the company, they specialize in AI camera technology. Their main product uses AI to clear up images pixel by pixel to allow cameras to see clearly in all conditions. The technology seems very important and is shown to work, I could imagine this being very useful for many things but I’m mostly interested for the possibility’s it has for autonomous vehicles. My main question is where I can find more information about competitors, the company is still small (market cap 47m) so it is difficult to find information. To my knowledge they aren’t alone in this journey but are ahead of the pack. If anyone has any links or pointers as to where to look it would be greatly appreciated. If you are familiar with the company or technology, please start a discussion or leave your opinion. Happy trading!   submitted by   /u/carsonthecarsinogen [link]   [comments]
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